bugleweed


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Synonyms for bugleweed

a mildly narcotic and astringent aromatic herb having small whitish flowers

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Motherwort (Leonuris) and bugleweed (Lycopus) are two plant antithyroid drugs.
uniflorus; Northern water horehound or bugleweed; Seasonal pool, creek banks, meadows; Infrequent; C = 5; BSUH 17919.
* Foods/supplements that may reduce thyroid function or the effects of thyroxine include high dose iodine/ kelp/seaweed, isoflavones, lemon balm, bugleweed, red rice yeast extract, SAMe, carnitine, celery seed.
These included lilac bushes, forsythia bushes, lilies, bugleweed, chives, hens and chicks, a few spring bulbs and some round rocks, along with pine bark for the ground cover.
ex Barton (Virginia bugleweed; TAC 4324) is a native mint that occurs in low, wet, moist areas in the Panhandle, WCT, Lampasas Cut Plain, and the Edwards Plateau (Diggs ct al.
COMMON NAME SCIENTIFIC NAME Bugleweed or carpet bugle Ajuga reptans Wild ginger Asarum spp.
Lamium (dead nettle) and ajuga (bugleweed) collaborate nicely in providing lovely blooms and an enthusiastic, but not invasive, carpet.