Achillea millefolium

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Synonyms for Achillea millefolium

ubiquitous strong-scented mat-forming Eurasian herb of wasteland, hedgerow or pasture having narrow serrate leaves and small usually white florets

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Scientific name Plant part Therapeutic area: A15 Achillea millefolium L.
Achillea millefolium was named after Achilles who used the plant to stem the bleeding of his warrior's injuries.
The DM content of analyzed plants varied between 198 g/kg for Achillea millefolium and 235 g/kg for Teucrium flavum.
On the other hand, the aforementioned compounds can be found in some of the herbs including Thymus vulgaris (Thyme) and Achillea millefolium (Yarrow) (4,5).
Achillea millefolium "Summer Pastels" can also be depended on to self-sow and once it returns in mid spring, it sends up multiples of suckers, spreading itself out in leaps and bounds.
Following an introduction to plant morphology and identification via macroscopic methods, descriptions for some 150 species from Achillea millefolium L.
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Those species that were seeded frequently, yet present infrequently ("ineffectively seeded") includes a mixture of eight native grasses and forbs: Andropogon scoparius, Achillea millefolium, Agropyron riparium, Agropyron caninum, Ratibida columnifera, Bouteloua graeilis, Sporobulus eryptandrus, and Festuca ovina.
The most common NRF species are Ambrosia psilostachya (western ragweed), Vernonia baldwinii (western ironweed), Achillea millefolium (yarrow), and Oxalis dillenii (woodsorrel).
The product also contains Achillea Millefolium Extract, which has a long history as a medicinal herb due to its noted astringent effects.
Keywords; Achillea millefolium Phenolic derivatives Anti-inflammatory activity Vascular cells
The most abundant species in the herbaceous vegetation was Achillea millefolium, which occurred in 46 plots, followed by Tussilago farfara and Taraxacum officinale (both in 41 plots).
BEGIN A PURPLE LOW-WATER BORDER Plant these drought-tolerant perennials in hues of purple and lilac to make a fine display this summer: Achillea millefolium 'Lavender Beauty', Cistus x purpureas, lavender, Phlomis tuberosa, salvia, and Verbena bonariensis.