Queen Anne's lace


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Queen Anne's lace,

n Latin name:
Daucus carota; parts used: leaves, seeds, roots; uses: hepatoprotectant, antibacterial, tonsillitis, intestinal parasites, skin conditions; precautions: pregnancy, lactation, cardiac depression, high blood pressure medications, cardiac glycosides, CNS depressants, diuretics. Also called
bee's nest, bird's nest, carrot, devil's plague, mother's die, oil of carrot, philatron, or
wild carrot.

Queen Anne's lace

daucus carota, ammimajus.
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I have my preferences, but I've never found one that wasn't edible, even the wild Queen Anne's Lace root.
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Alma Greer Townsend of Parsons, provided antique jars, including the rare square coffee jars and blue Mason jars filled with Queen Anne's lace and Gerbera daisies that were used throughout the wedding venue.
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Holly Burroughs, pianist An intricate metal arbor adorned with antique hydrangea, Latin Lady roses, orchids, agapanthus, garden roses, and clusters of Queen Anne's lace framed the couple as they exchanged their vows.
Queen Anne's lace or Devil's plague--these two common names for the wild carrot (Daucus carota) reveal its dual nature.
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