coltsfoot


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Related to coltsfoot: elecampane, mullein
  • noun

Synonyms for coltsfoot

tufted evergreen perennial herb having spikes of tiny white flowers and glossy green round to heart-shaped leaves that become coppery to maroon or purplish in fall

perennial herb with large rounded leaves resembling a colt's foot and yellow flowers appearing before the leaves do

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COMPARISON OF COMMON NON-NICOTINE SMOKING HERBS Herb Availability in wild How prepared Coltsfoot Common in wet areas Dry the first year in Eastern U.
Swanston, of Coltsfoot Gardens, Gateshead, pleaded guilty to five counts of fraud and two of theft and was jailed for 34 weeks.
IN reply to Derek Nash's query about the caterpillar in his photo (Your View, July 12), it is the caterpillar of the Cinnabar moth and feeds on yellow flowered plants like groundsel, coltsfoot and ragwort in July and August.
Coltsfoot, a plant (above) used to treat sore throats and asthma that has been shown to cause cancer and liver damage, goes by many other names.
For example, for coltsfoot Tussilago farfara used for medicinal purposes, the most known representamen are succulent green leaves, seen in summertime, despite the fact that its blooms are among the first to appear in spring.
The "Dirty Dozen" supplements included aconite, bitter orange, chaparral, colloidal silver, coltsfoot, comfrey, country mallow, germanium, greater celandine, kava, lobelia and yohimbe.
The dozen are aconite, bitter orange, chaparral, colloidal silver, coltsfoot, comfrey, country mallow, germanium, greater celandine, kava, lobelia, and yohimbe.
Other legal, non-prescription remedies that can sicken or kill are aconite, chaparral, colloidal silver, coltsfoot, comfrey, germanium, greater celandine, kava and lobelia.
In November, Morris & Son swooped on Stockley's Sweets, a manufacturer of traditional confectionery such as boiled sweets, fudge, cinder toffee and Coltsfoot Rock.
Cardioactive Herbs Broom tops Cactus Granti florus fruit Coltsfoot leaf Devil's claw Dogbane root Figwort Foxglove Fumitory Ginger Ginseng Golden seal Hawthorn Immortal root Kola Lily of the valley Linden flower Mistletoe leaf Motherwort Pleurisy root Prickly ash bark * Box 2.
However, in extreme cases in GMNP, persistent invasive plants, including coltsfoot (Tussilago farfara) and Canada thistle (Cirsium arvense), as well as native grasses (e.
Another scheme is replacing tobacco with herbs like coltsfoot, a common plant similar to a dandelion in appearance that smokers describe as tasting a bit like oregano.
At times, one may come across spaces of extreme visual minimalism past those descriptions, such as the unsophisticated five-story Khruschevka buildings, junked cars by the pavements, and lovely wastelands drowning in amethyst sally-blooms, broken bricks, and outbreaks of coltsfoot bushes.
Q I want to garden organically but my plot is covered with perennial weeds such as coltsfoot and dock.