Cistus is a type of evergreen shrubs originating in the Mediterranean region. Most often it can be found in Portugal and Spain, although these plants are also found in Turkey, Morocco, and the Canary Islands.
Elderberries (Sambucus nigra L.) are native to Europe and North America and have a long history of use in herbalism. Common names of the plant include elder, elderberry, black elder, European elder, European elderberry, and European black elderberry.
Stinging Nettle (Urtica dioica L.) often known as common nettle, stinging or nettle leaf, or just a nettle or stinger. It is a perennial flowering plant that has been used in herbalism for ages. It prefers shady, wet thickets and forests, it covers roadside ditches, meadows, and fields. Today, Stinging Nettle can be found all over the world.
Senna (Senna alexandrina) is a small shrub naturally occurring in North Africa and the Indian Peninsula, where the largest crops of this plant in the world are still found today. The plant has been used in India for thousands of years. That herb is also known under the names Egyptian senna, Tinnevelly senna, East Indian senna.
Burdock (Arctium lappa L.) is a plant native to Eurasia, it belongs to the sunflower family. It has large, heart-shaped leaves and small, purple flowers. Burdock is cultivated for its root used as an ingredient for many Japanese dishes.
Wormwood (Artemisa absinthium L.) is indigenous to the temperate climate zones of Europe, Africa, and Asia. Today, it occurs throughout Europe and Asia in areas of temperate climate, moreover, in North and South America. It can be found in fields and balks, on the edges of roads and the forests. Other common names of the plant include absinthium, absinthe...
Marsh Labrador (Rhododendron tomentosum / Ledum palustre) is a shrub from the heather family growing up to 150 cm in height. The other names of the plant includes James' Tea, Ledi Palustris Herba, Ledum palustre, Ledum Silvestre, Marsh Citrus, Moth Herb, Rhododendron palustre, Sumpfporst, Swamp Tea, Wild Rosemary.
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Greater Celandine (Chelidonium majus L.) can be found growing wild in almost all European countries, West Asia, North Africa, and North America. It can be found along the roads, on the banks of rivers, in forests and parks. The plant is commonly known as greater celandine, nipplewort, swallowwort, or tetterwort.
Valerian (Valeriana officinalis L.) is a native plant in Europe, Asia and North America. Most often it can be found on the banks of water, wet meadows and in moist forests. Other names used for this plant include garden valerian, garden heliotrope, setwall and all-heal.
Nigella Sativa is also known as black caraway, nigella, kalojeere, and kalonji. It is an annual plant from the glaucoma family derived from the southern part of the Europe. Already in ancient times it was used as a spice and spread to Western Asia, where it is grown because of its taste. In the wild, it covers roadside and fallow lands.
Yarrow (Achillea millefolium L.) originates from Europe and has adapted to the regions of North America as well as other moderate regions. Yarrow plant is also known as carpenter's weed, blood wort, knight's milfoil, old man's pepper.