Metabolic profiling of the flower bud and rachis of Tussilago farfara
with antitussive and expectorant effects on mice.
s.l., Tussilago farfara
L.) were found in all four sites (A1, A2, B1 and B2).
I found myself in the Swiss Italian Alps feeling very much at home, with Bellis perennis, vervain (Verbena vervain), coltsfoot (Tussilago farfara
), horsetail (Equisetum arvens) and many more medicinal weeds and herbs growing wild everywhere off the cobbled paths.
Weber ex Wiggers Common Dandelion Tussilago farfara
In der estnischen Schriftsprache, im nordestnischen und im Mulgi-Dialekt ist paiseleht eine ganz andere Pflanze, namlich der 'Huflattich (Tussilago farfara
(Anacardiaceae) 99 113 13 Salvia Tussilago farfara
Green bristle grass Torilis arvensis (Huds.) Link Spreading hedge-parsley Tussilago farfara
Nine species matured in the second year of life in both wild and cultivated conditions: Achillea millefolium, Asciepias syriaca, Tussilago farfara
, Rumex c rispus (again), Echinacea tennesseensis, Solidago nemoralis, S.
One of the most common dishes in this area is a sort of mixture of Chukchi cabbage with a small quantity of coltsfoot (Tussilago farfara
) and other bitter plants, such as mountain sorrel (Oxyria digyna), Arctic sorrel (Rumex arcticus), and Nelson's saxifrage (Saxifraga nelsoniana), to which seal fat and caviar is added, and the mixture is then left to ferment.
There are, however, exceptions: models consistent with published seed dispersal data for Tussilago farfara
show that even in the absence of occasional dispersal events, T.
The plant called belokopytnik (202) is not a 'grass', but a 'herb'; this is the standard Russian common name for Tussilago farfara
, colt's foot.
Coltsfoot (Tussilago farfara
): The leaves of this low-growing perennial act as a bronchial decongestant and expectorant, and also help stabilize mast cells of the respiratory tract and reduce lung-tissue inflammation.