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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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There is one unit to let at The Bulrushes, an acknowledged premium office development which was completed in 2007 to provide high-specification offices, while at Merchant Court Gavin Black & Partners is marketing five units.
be appearing in the calendar but Red Button's man in the bulrushes has acquired the shot of Hettie bobbing to the surOn another occasion, this time at dusk, three of the team set off half naked with a photographer up the Avon in a motorboat to get some atmospheric shots.
Cast banks and deep dropoffs (some over 40 feet) as well as bulrushes.
Contributors of these essays start with unpacking the story of Moses in the bulrushes and progressing to stories of trial and quest (for example, Jason and the theft of the golden fleece), myth and monstrosity (Perseus and Medusa), the culture hero (Gesar of Ling), and heroes on a journey (Harry Potter).
Unlike walking down an arborous forest path, paddling down a watercourse offers kayakers opportunities to observe and delight in arresting natural wetland scenes that the common hiker or long-distance biker is not privy to: a variety of smooth golden grasses, triangular sedges with inconspicuous flowers, reed-like leaves of cattails and the velvety cylindrical spikes of bulrushes.
Hunting sora and Virginia rails in September among the bulrushes along the coast is a great way to get your bird dog some early work.
Bewildering ingredients such as reindeer moss, sea buckthorn berries, pine needles and bulrushes appear alongside pure, clean flavours of yoghurt, buttermilk, home-made vinegars and nuts to make up a menu that's unlike anything else on earth.
If the 'cream of British angling' attract groupies, I didn't see them, but, then, they may have been hiding in bulrushes.
A solitary waterhen swam among the few remaining reeds and bulrushes.
The stage design has captivating picture book qualities; as a magical world has been created consisting of giant bulrushes and enormous trees - convincing everyone they've miraculously shrunk to the size of woodland animals.
The festival continues this week with the highlight being a performance in Central Park on Friday evening by Le Jardin Flambee which will see the park transformed into a flaming installation complete with blazing bulrushes and fiery trees.