Ground-Ivy

Scientific name : Glechoma hederacea
Other names: Dansk: Almindelig Korsknap , Deutsch: Gundermann , Español: Hiedra terrestre , Eesti: Harilik maajalg , Suomi: Maahumala , Français: Lierre terrestre , Italiano: Ellera terrestre comune , 日本語: カキドオシ , Lietuviškai: Šliaužiančioji tramažolė , Latviešu: Efeju sētložņa , Nederlands: Hondsdraf , Norsk: Vårkorsknapp , Polski: Bluszczyk kurdybanek , Português: Hera Ground , Русский: Будра плющевидная , Slovenský: Zádušník brečtanovitý , Slovenščina: bršljanasta grenkuljica , Svenska: Jordreva , Türkçe: Yer sarmaşığı

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Because of its tannin and bitter substances content, ground-ivy produces an unpleasant scent when rubbed. The plant was traditionally used against diarrhea, poor appetite, and indigestion. An infusion (2-3 teaspoons crushed herb per one cup of water, let stand for ...
Author: Bruno P. Kremer

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