Parietaria judaica


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Parietaria judaica

(par-i?e-tar'e-a joo-da'i-ka) [L., Jew's pellitory],

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The scientific name for a weed found primarily in southern Europe and the Mediterranean. Allergens derived from the pollen of this weed are a common cause of seasonal allergies. Synonym: pellitory-of-the-wall
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