bulrush


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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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americanus, which was found to flower from day 31 (6 of the bulrush stems were flowering).
7 MPa while the bamboo bulrush wheatstraw blend's E dropped from 3.
The dominant vegetation types consisted of pickleweed, brass buttons, fat hen and alkali bulrush (Table 1, see Fig.
Most Hall's bulrush plants at this site were under water, but there were a few fertile culms just above the surface (Figure 2).
that we were on, lost amongst towheads of bulrush and cottonwood.
Northeastern Bulrush (Scirpus ancistrochaetus) Last April, the Service's Conte NWR added a 278-acre (112-hectare) site in Putney, Vermont, to protect a population of the endangered northeastern bulrush.
Nutria (the Spanish word for "otter") use their powerful front legs to dig into the dense mat of muck and bulrush roots that form Blackwater's marshes.
Northeastern bulrush, Scirpus ancistrochaetus Schuyler, is a perennial emergent sedge (Schuyler, 1962) typically found in small, seasonal, palustrine wetlands which are frequently isolated in the landscape.
In southeastern and southwestern Australia, Cumbungi or Bulrush, Typha species, is often mentioned as an Aboriginal food and fibre source.
This highly skilled hunter, father and grandfather, taught his children and grandchildren how to harvest young bulrush shoots from a canoe, how to roast wild rhubarb, how to scrape the sap from popular trees and to fill up on many other natural nutrients in early spring to rebuild the body after the long northern winter.
In a heated conversation, Rawlings says to her: "'Vic, it seems to me you guard everything you do like you were protecting baby Moses from the Pharaoh, and when I learn of it by accident you grudgingly hand me a bulrush or two.