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  • MF2634
    MF2634
    Yarrow

    The native or wild white flowering yarrow is approved for use in Europe for loss of appetite, upset stomach, and liver and gallbladder complaints.

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  • MF2610
    MF2610
    Calendula

    Historically, calendula blossoms were used to color broth, rice and other foods as a substitute for saffron, but is now primarily used as skin cream, oil or lotion.

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  • MF2633
    MF2633
    White Sage

    This sage is different than the common garden sage, which is known for its culinary and medicinal uses. White sage is often used in ceremonies, but rarely used internally.

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  • MF2614
    MF2614
    Feverfew

    Recently laboratory research and clinical trials have shown the usefulness of this plant as a preventative treatment for migraine headaches. Fresh leaves may cause dermatitis.

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  • MF718
    MF718
    Iron Chlorosis in Trees

    Symptoms, causes and treatment for iron chlorosis: If a tree's leaves turn yellow, this may mean a tree is not able to absorb enough iron from soil, due to high soil pH. Spraying iron solutions on tree leaves can help temporarily, and reducing soil pH helps in the longer term. 4-page.

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