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heal-all

(hēl′ôl′)
n. Botany

heal-all

Herbal medicine
A perennial of the mint family that contains alkaloids, bitter principles and volatile oils; it is astringent, and may be used as a throat gargle. It is rarely used by herbalists due to its uncertain efficacy.
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Proximate and ultimate sources of within-individual variation in seed mass in Prunella vulgaris (Lamiaceae).
Cirsium longespinosum 2 en 35; Sinapis arvensis + en 36; Artemisia verlotiorum + en 39; Malva sylvestris +, Equisetum ramosissimum 1en 40; Heracleum montanum + en 42; Prunella vulgaris + en 43; Lotus corniculatus + en 47.