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Related to grindelia: Grindelia robusta, Grindelia squarrosa


The dried leaves and flowering tops of Grindelia camporum, grindelia humilius, and G. squarrosa (family Compositae); used as an expectorant; a fluid extract has been used externally to treat rhus poisoning.
[David H. Grindel, German botanist, 1776-1836]
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1988 y Munoz, 2004), que corresponderian a las mismas especies de plantas que crecen en la actualidad en el valle de Azapa, como son los arbustos lenosos, tipo asteraceas (Pluchea, Tessaria, Grindelia, Trixis, etc.) y Equisetum, lo que indicaria un clima semejante al actual.
ingrami was collected include Bouteloua curtipendula, Croton monathogynus, Dalea gattingeri, Echinacea tennesseensis, Grindelia lancelata, Hedyotis spp., Leavenworthia spp., Manfreda virginica, Nostoc commune, and Rattibida pinnatta.
Clear preferences were found, being Senecio filaginoides and Lycium chilense the most preferred items, and Sporobolus rigens and Atriplex lampa the less preferred, and Schinus johnstonii and Grindelia chiloensis, intermediate.
These include plants such as elecampane (Inula helenium), white horehound (Marrubium vulgare), thyme (Thymus vulgaris), hyssop (Hyssopus officinalis), mullein (Verbascum thapsus), grindelia (Grindelia camporum), and polygala (Polygala tenuifolia).
Sulphur nauseous Colias Clouded Chrysothamnus philodice Godart Sulphur viscidiflorus, Grindelia squarrosa Danaus Monarch Helianthus Asclepias plexippus (L.) annuus speciosus (LFP) Epargyreus Silver- Dipsacus clarus (Cramer) spotted sylvestrus Skipper Epidemia Purplish Achillea helloides Copper millefolium, (Bois.) Apocynum androsaemifolium, Solidago occidentalis.
Vegetative propagation of Grindelia chiloensis (Asteraceae).
Grindelia camporum; Mojave seablite, Suaeda moquinii; and cattle saltbush, Atriplex polycarpa) were seeded into a fallowed, mustard-dominated (London rocket, Sisymbrium irio) site.
There are many herbs that can help manage asthma, such as nettle, camomile and grindelia. Herbalists will make up formulas specific to your symptom picture.
corrugata), and Ash Meadows gumplant (Grindelia fraxino-pratensis); a threatened invertebrate, the Ash Meadows naucorid; and four endangered fishes, the Devils Hole pupfish, Warm Springs pupfish (Cyprinodon nevadensis pectoralis), Ash Meadows Amargosa pupfish (C.
virgata) and the San Francisco gum plant (Grindelia maritima).