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A reed, the pollen of which is astringent, diuretic, fibrinolytic, haemostatic, vasotonic
Used for Dysmenorrhea, hepatitis, postpartum pain, traumatic hemorrhage, spermatorrhea

bulrush

ornithogalumconicum subsp. conicum.
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He said: "Attempts at clearing the pond by hand-pulling the bullrush with young volunteers became too difficult.
My favorite feature on the Bullrush is the full-sized plier jaws, which can handle virtually the same heavy-duty chores as my large multitools.
Developed by owner P&G with BeGreen Packaging, Fusion ProGlide's new outer pack and tray use a fibre material containing bamboo, sugarcane and bullrush that stays strong under compression, but still looks good on shelf.
BullRush Chocolates owner Nadine Porter said officials had monitored the world-record attempt, which took six people to build it using special moulds and dark coverture chocolate.
I'm just glad that I got the plane to Tenerife and didn't have to float across on a bullrush boat.
There are a host of recent winners lining up here and among those at the bottom of the weights, Solar System, Bullrush and GVA Ireland would appear to hold leading chances.
These nets are the handiwork of the `gins', as the native women are called, and are generally made of the fibres of the `corryong' tree, or of the bullrush and `wongul' roots.
Much of the Mississippi River ecosystem involves aquatic rooted plants, like bullrush, arrowhead, and wild celery.
root of rush or reed for nets, eaten warnpa a farinaceous root growing on the banks of rivers, nutritious part eaten; string, nets made from tough part warupu farinaceous root of a flag, food, string, net wodlalla water rush wollogolin bullrush wollogolin Bulrush wonga Typha angustifolia wongal Typha roots wongal `bulrush and wongul roots' woorpert bulrush, prob.
By 1869, the Mormons set out to drain the ancient swamps along the river that had provided Southern Paiutes with abundant fish, waterfowl, cattail and bullrush roots and greens, honey dew, and a dozen other plant foods.
Michael Johnson, 30, of Bullrush Drive, Wirral, who admitted cannabis production, will be sentenced next week.