Ammi majus

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Ammi majus (ämˑ·mē mäˑ·js),

n part used: seeds; uses: prevent fertilization in females, diuretic, tonic, calm digestive system, angina, asthma, toothache, psoriasis, vitiligo; precautions: dizziness, nausea, headache, appetite loss, sleeping disorders, and pruritus. Also called
bishop's weed, akkerscherm, ameo bastardo, ameus, ammi commun, bishop's flower, bishopsweed, bullwort, false queen's anne lace, ghurair, groot akkerscherm, grosse knoropelmohre, khillah, laceflower, large bullwort, rindomolo, and
toothpick ammi.
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The comparative photosensitizing properties of Ammi majus and Ammi visnaga in goslings.
Physicians at that time noted that soon after eating Ammi majus, a weed that grows on the banks of the Nile, people became prone to sunburn.
Ammi majus and daucus carota (wild carrot) are two members of the lovely umbel family that make flat heads of tiny flowers just right for "filling in" between heavier flowers.
9) Acquired ankyloblepharon has been reported in humans after various medical conditions, (10-12) dogs with ophthalmia neonatorum, (6) cats with herpesvirus infections, (13) and geese and ducks after photosensitization by Ammi majus.
You'll get plenty of summer pickings from calendula, cornflowers, larkspur, Nigella and Ammi majus.
A highly scented shrub rose with good disease resistance from rose breeder Harkness, it looked outstanding amongst some billowy romantic planting of Pimpinella Major rosea and Ammi Majus, both types of cow parsley.
A GLOBE of BishopOs flower or Ammi majus are one of SarahOs favourite summer arrangements, which she hangs in her sweet pea tunnel.
The selection includes Scabious 'Oxford Blue', Ammi majus 'Graceland' Cosmidium burridgeanum 'Philippine', Nigella bucharica 'Blue Stars', Orlaya grandiflora, Amberboa muricata and Calendula 'Sherbet Fizz'.
Ammi majus (false bishop's weeds) Lots of white lacy flowers and ferny foliage, this will manage a bit of shade.