Garlic Mustard

Scientific name : Alliaria petiolata
Other names: Dansk: Almindelig Løgkarse , Deutsch: Knoblauchrauke , Esperanto: Oficina aliario , Español: Hierba del ajo , Eesti: Salukõdrik , Suomi: Litulaukka , Français: Alliaire officinale , Magyar: Kányazsombor , Italiano: Alliaria , Lietuviškai: Česnakūnė , Latviešu: Ārstniecības ķiplocene , Nederlands: Look-zonder-look , Polski: Czosnaczek Pospolity , Português: Erva-alheira , Русский: Чесночница лекарственная , Svenska: Löktrav , Türkçe: Sarmısak otu

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In folk medicine, garlic mustard was used often because of its strong flavor, but today the plant is rarely used as medication. For eating in the wild, garlic mustard is still recommended as the finely chopped leaves provide a strong ...
Author: Bruno P. Kremer


Garlic Mustard
Garlic Mustard
Garlic Mustard
Garlic Mustard
Garlic Mustard


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