Chickweed (Common)

Scientific name : Stellaria media
Other names: Azərbaycanca: Adi cincilim , Български: Врабчови чревца , Català: Morró , Dansk: Almindelig Fuglegræs , Deutsch: Vogelmiere (Gewöhnliche) , Español: Alsine , Eesti: Vesihein , Suomi: Pihatähtimö , Français: Mouron des oiseaux , Magyar: Tyúkhúr , Íslenska: Haugarfi , Italiano: Centocchio comune , 日本語: ハコベ#主な種 , 한국어: 별꽃 , Lietuviškai: Daržinė žliūgė , Latviešu: Parastā virza , Nederlands: Vogelmuur , Norsk: Vassarve , Polski: Gwiazdnica pospolita , Português: Morugem , Română: Răcovină , Русский: Звездчатка средняя , Svenska: Våtarv

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Chickweed has been used since the Stone Age, and continues to be used today. The plant blooms continuously throughout the year and can produce up to five generations in one year. Sebastian Kneipp notably recommended a home brew to fight ...
Author: Bruno P. Kremer

Stellaria media
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Chickweed (Common)
Chickweed (Common)


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