clubmoss


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clubmoss

clubmoss

A mossy fern-like plant almost resembling a little pine tree. Used to enhance memory and is powerful enough to help people with Alzheimer’s disease. Promotes acetylcholine, the neurotransmitter responsible for the brain speed and memory.
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"In the past these clubmosses were prized for the Lycopodium powder which was made from their spores," said Forestry Commission Wales conservation ranger Alan Enoch.
Braun: fan clubmoss. Rare: extensive colonies in two secondary wood sites in preserve; not collected; &; C = 2.
From the revised list of collected plants, 18% of plants are not included, mostly the sedges or grasses from the genera Agrostis, Phleum, Festuca, Poa, Carex as well as--bryophytes, ferns and clubmosses. Probably he was not sure about the correct identification of these tricky species.
caroliniana (Linnaeus) Pichi Sermolli--CAROLINA CLUBMOSS. Synonym is Pseudolycopodiella caroliniana (Linnaeus) Holub in Flora of North America (1993).
Brain Health Ingredients: Clubmoss extract standardized to .5% huperzine A, pueraria, epimedium, reishi, wild jujube seed, schisandra, salvia miltiorrhiza, lycii berry, fo ti caulis
These grey sandstones, containing fossils of the clubmoss root Stigmaria, are low-angle cross-stratified or parallel laminated, and overlie >0.5m of dark grey, often coaly mudstone.
Poaceae is consistently represented with small values (0.6-6%) but Populus, Larix (larch), Cyperaceae, Ericales, Filicales (ferns and fern allies), and Lycopodium annotinum (stiff clubmoss) were sporadically recovered in the modern samples.
After five winters and Aprils In the unaccustomed light The groundlings have turned pale, Wondering what and where They are, having outlasted One more dazzling summer: Clubmoss and vine maple, Bittercress, maidenhair, Rush, sweet-after-death.
Un ohonyn nhw oedd y cnwpfwsogl mawr (Huperzia selago; fir clubmoss) a'r llall oedd y cnwpfwsogl Alpaidd (Diaphasiastrum alpinum; alpine clubmoss).
The area supports nesting curlew and lapwing, short eared and long eared owls, a range of plants and animals, including lesser skullcap and stag's-horn clubmoss, the green hairstreak butterfly, both red and black grouse and nightjar.
trisrachyum (Pursh) Holub., Blue Ground-cedar; Deep-root Clubmoss * xSR [Lycopodium tristachywn]
Shining clubmoss; rare [1]; 50 feet west of southern end of alluvial plain [2]; BSUH 7973.