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Related to jacobaea vulgaris: tansy ragwort, Senecio jacobaea, Common Ragwort


n Latin name:
Senecio jacoboea; parts used: seeds, leaves, flowers; uses: menstrual complaints; topically applied to stings and skin ulcers; precautions: no internal use in pregnancy, lactation or for children, hepatotoxicity, liver conditions, toxic if ingested. Also called
cankerwort, cocashweed, coughweed, dog standard, false valerian, golden ragwort, golden senecio, liferoot, ragweed, St. James wort, staggerwort, stammerwort, stinking nanny, squaw weed, or


seneciojacobea, S. latifolius, S. tetrotsus.

tansy ragwort