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An herb that is rich in tannins, which is astringent and haemostatic. It is used internally for diarrhoea and heavy menses, and topically for cuts
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To gain relief from the itching, try Stellaria (also called chickweed cream, from Nelsons on 020-7495-2404).
Stellaria media (Chickweed): Applied externally as a poultice or salve, it has been used to treat wounds, cuts, itching and irritation.
This work established that the Stellaria kimberlite, originally discovered in 2002, is a linear dyke-like feature of insufficient size to justify further evaluation.
Monday in the small community room of the Stellaria Building, 150 Shelton McMurphey Blvd.
The most common exotics species occurring in the roadside fields were Alliaria petiolata, Cichorium intybus, Daucus carota, Lactuca serriola, Lamium purpureum, Lespedeza cuneata, Lysimachia nummularia, Pastinaca sativa, Plantago lanceolata, Securigera varia, Stellaria media, Trifolium spp.
You can tell chickweed by its tiny, white, star-shaped flowers, which give it its botanical name, Stellaria media.
This program will include ground geophysical surveying, indicator mineral sampling and further drilling to investigate the diamondiferous Stellaria kimberlite, which the joint venture discovered in 2002.
In anticipation of more stringent FDA requirements for gluten-free food producers, organic foods distributor Hummingbird Wholesale recently decided to make its certified commercial kitchen at its Stellaria facility in Eugene gluten-free.
Stellaria prostrata Baldwin ex Elliott, prostrate starwort, 2801.
The program includes ground geophysical surveying, indicator mineral sampling and further drilling to investigate the diamondiferous Stellaria kimberlite that the joint venture discovered in 2002.
The HATCH incubator for downtown Springfield, for example, serves micro-enterprises and the Hummingbird Incubator Kitchen at the Stellaria Building in Eugene focuses on gluten-free food-related businesses.