farfara

far·fa·ra

(far'far-ă),
The dried leaves of Tussilago farfara (family Compositae); a demulcent.
[L. farfarus, coltsfoot]
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INCI: Tussilago farfara flower extract (and) achillea millefolium extract (and) cinchona succirubra bark extract (and) water (and) butylene glycol
Meantime, the Syrian army brought back security to the villages of Farfara, Tal Ahmad, Kherbat Noura, Tafihyeh, and Khazna after heavy clashes with the militants.
SANA reporter said the army established full control over the villages of Farfara, Tal Ahmad, Kherbat Noura, Tafihyeh, and Khazna, in addition to the silos of al-Tawarij in Hasaka's northeastern countryside.
Three more herbs that increase ciliary transport of mucus are Tussilago farfara (coltsfoot), Fructus foeniculi (fennel), and Fructus anisi (anise) (3) Coltsfoot is a common respiratory herb.
In 1992 the Commonwealth Drugs and Poisons Scheduling Standing Committee (now National Drugs and Poisons Schedule Committee) scheduled a number of herbs containing pyrrolizidine alkaloids, restricting the use of such herbs as Borago off, Pulmonaria spp, Senecio spp, Tussilago farfara and Symphytum off (which, based on lack of scientific evidence, was later rescheduled to allow its use topically).
Examples include Prunus serrotina, Tilea europa and Tussilago farfara.
For example, for coltsfoot Tussilago farfara used for medicinal purposes, the most known representamen are succulent green leaves, seen in summertime, despite the fact that its blooms are among the first to appear in spring.
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Skin Softener ingredients: water, butylene glycol, biosaccharide gum-1, tussilago farfara (coltsfoot) flower extract, sodium PCA, royal jelly extract, aloe barbadensis leaf juice, trehalose, panax ginseng root extract, placental protein, methylparaben, sodium citrate, dipotassium glycyrrhizate, arctostaphylos uva ursi leaf extract, urea, glycerin, yeast extract, hydrolyzed egg shell membrane, and magnesium ascorbyl phosphate.