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Synonyms for boneset

European herb having small white, pink or purple flowers

perennial herb of southeastern United States having white-rayed flower heads

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Late Boneset, Late-Flowering Thoroughwort; Old-field along SR 32; Infrequent; C = 0; BSUH 18765.
Potentially liver-damaging chemicals are found in similar plants, and although the levels in boneset are minimal, the precaution of restricting amounts is still advised.
In 1992 biologist Emily Baxter of James Madison University, studying wildflowers, ferns, and shrubs native to Shenandoah's Big Meadows, found that 35 plant species, including formerly abundant beardtongue, boneset, fireweed, Angelica, Monarda, and sumac, had disappeared since 1975.
For example, he meticulously lists the wild plants discovered by Nathan in a field: "There are evening primrose, senna, asters, verbena, elecampane, gay feather, spiderflower, goldenrod, cone flowers, bottle gentian, ironweed, queen-of-the-meadow, boneset, yarrow, cornflowers, false foxglove, turtleheads, and sunflowers" (182).
Tall boneset, tall thoroughwort; Gravel lot and adjacent field; Infrequent; C = 1; BSUH 17295.
Many plants have aesthetic qualities such as milkweed, goldenrod, Joe Pye weed and boneset.
Joe Pye Weed has lost its colon Boneset is past its prime.
Tod Thoring in Arroyo Grande makes a cryptolepsis compound which consists of cryptolepsis, smilax, and boneset, as well as a cryptolepsis, artemisia and teasel cream, which are quite effective for this purpose.
It's a tonic, antiseptic, and aids liver function when combined with Indian physic and boneset.
Sold in the UK as Boneset Herbal Compound, regularly drinking this tea will help to prevent arthritic problems developing.
BONESET (EUPATORIUM PERFOLIATUM) Flu, aches, colds Boneset was always kept in every American household in the nineteenth century.
The Dogtown site was dominated by sheepweed (Croton texensis), the Friendship site by ragweed (Ambrosia psilostachya) and the Liberty Grove site by late flowering boneset.
In the Middle Ages it was called Boneset or Knitbone.
Enjoy the sight of crops of Queen Anne's Lace, yarrow, seven different species of goldenrod, fall asters, Boneset, Joe Pye Weed, Oxeye Daisies and Black Eyed Susan.