Dracunculus


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Related to Dracunculus: Dracunculus vulgaris, Dracunculus medinensis
  • noun

Synonyms for Dracunculus

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Clinical Manifestations, Disability and Use of Folk Medicine in Dracunculus Infection in Nigeria.
The word tarragon comes from the French word esdragon, meaning "little dragon," which is also the meaning of dracunculus, its Latin species name.
133] Dracunculus vulgaris Schott [230] Helicodiceros muscivorus (L.
Its elegant green leaves and fragrant primrose spathes, or modified leaves, are in stark contrast to the putrid whiff from the dragon arum, dracunculus vulgaris.
Dracunculiasis (guinea worm) Worm Dracunculus ingested by Cyclops (a crustacean).
Makes 3/4 cup) Tarragon, or Dracunculus, meaning little dragon, is appropriately named because its long leaves have the shape of a little dragon's tongue.
Table 1: Herbal Preparations for the Treatment of Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth FC-Cidal Dysbiocide Candibactin-AR Candibactin-BR Proprietary Proprietary 1 capsule, 408 1 capsule, 400 blend, 500 mg: blend, 950 mg mg contains: mg contains: 1 capsule per 2 capsules Tinospora Antheum Thymus vulgaris Coptis cordifolia graveoiens chinensis Equisetum Stemona Origanum Berberis arvense sessilifolia vulgare aquifolium Salvia officinalis Pau d'arco Artemisia Melissa Berberine HCI absinthium officinalis Thymus vulgaris Brucea javanica Scutellaria baicalensis Urtica dioica Pulsatilla Phellodendron chinensis chinense Artemisia Hedyotis Zingiber dracunculus diffusa officinale Olea europaea Picrasma Glycyrrhiza excelsa uralensis Acacia catechu Rheum officinale Achillea millefolium