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  • MF2612
    MF2612
    Chinese Milkvetch

    This plant's root is widely and safely used in Chinese medicine but is related to species from North America, including Missouri milkvetch and woolly loco which are poisonous.

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  • MF2628
    MF2628
    Skullcap

    This plant is of interest to herbalists as a tincture to treat nervous disorders, and contains scutellarin, a flavonoid compound with confirmed sedative and antispasmodic qualities.

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  • MF2605
    MF2605
    Beebalm/Monarda

    Monarda species are in the mint family and have a square stem and pleasant fragrance. Historically, all have been used medicinally.

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  • MF2631
    MF2631
    Stinging Nettle

    Young shoots are a great source of vitamins and minerals. Use blanched in salads, in tea and boiled as a vegetable. Good source of iron.

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  • MF2616
    MF2616
    Licorice

    Licorice has demonstrated anti-inflammatory effects and is protective against gastric ulcers. It can increase water retention and cause high blood pressure.

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