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Synonyms for fumitory

delicate European herb with greyish leaves and spikes of purplish flowers

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The microscopy images of 50/50 emulsions prepared with pectin from common fumitory in vitro culture are shown in Figure 6.
A review on ethnobotany, phytochemistry and pharmacology of Fumaria indica (Fumitory).
More probably, in my view, it indicates buildings that had not yet had time to become 'deep overgrown | with hemlock or rank fumitory', blending into the natural landscape, as older ruins do.
1 FUMARIACEAE (Fumitory Family) Corydalis curvisiliqua Engelm.
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sativa (Black seed)s, a cup of watercress or mustard seeds, half a cup of pomegranate peel, and half a cup of fumitory. Grind the mixture to powder.
Contains: bilberry extract (25% anthocyanosides), noni, milk thistle, echinacea (purpurea and angustifolia), goldenseal, shiitake, white willow (bark), garlic, grapeseed extract, black walnut (hull and leaf), raspberry, fumitory, gentian, tea tree oil, galbanum oil, lavender oil (plant and flower), oregano oil
This is Corydalis flexuosa, a close relative of the wild fumitory and, despite how the flowers appear, of all our favourite poppies.
Enchanter' nightshade is actually my second favourite British plant name - my favourite is purple ramping fumitory, a rare plant, which sounds as if it is permanently angry.
Common bitters used typically 10-30 minutes before a meal, include ginger (Zingiber officinale) rhizome, dandelion (Taraxacum officinalis), fumitory (Fumaria officianlis) leaf, wormwood (Artemisia spp.), gentian (Gentiana spp.) root, candytuft (Iberis amara) and artichoke (Cynara scolymus) leaf.