Ligusticum wallaichii

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Ligusticum wallaichii

Chinese medicine
An annual herb, the root of which is analgesic, sedative, tonic and cardiotonic; it is used for anaemia, blood toxicity, hypertension, menstrual disorders and postpartum pain.
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Flower petals taste like candy, while sweet, fragrant fruit fall from the tree when ripe in late fall.
For an authentic Bhutanese meal, unwind at a patio table set amidst fragrant fruit trees at this restored three-storey, timber building and indulge in traditional Bhutanese delicacies such as ema datshi (chillies in cheese), ezzy (red chilli chutney) and jasha maru (minced chicken curry with chillies).
This is a wine where the three varities bring so much to the party - the crunchy, fragrant fruit from the grenache, deep gamey notes from the mataro (mourvedre in France) and finally, the structure, spice and deep hue from the shiraz (syrah in France).
This fragrant fruit is loaded with antioxidants (including vitamin C) and B vitamins, especially B6.
Found throughout the Amazon basin, the flesh of this fragrant fruit is often used in desserts and sweets because of its chocolatey pineapple flavor.
The appearance of the golden, fragrant fruit heralds, in the few weeks a year that you still wear a light sweater in the evening, that the season of shibshib , airco and sweltering heat is on its way; however, for now, the weather is balmy and wonderful.
A medium straw yellow, it has an earthiness to complement its scented and fragrant fruit.
IMAGINE having your own ballroom to entertain guests, or taking nature walks in your private serenity park full of fragrant fruit trees and flower gardens.
He then tantalized a customer with his fragrant fruit.
and having gained its summit, enjoyed a most enchanting view; a vast expanse of green meadows and strawberry fields; a meandering river gliding through, saluting in its various turnings the swelling, green, turfy knolls, embellished with parterres of flowers and fruitful strawberry beds; flocks of turkeys strolling about them; herds of deer prancing in the meads or bounding over the hills; companies of young, innocent Cherokee virgins, some busy gathering the rich fragrant fruit, others having already filled their baskets, lay reclined under the shade of floriferous and fragrant native bowers of Magnolia, Azalea Philadelphus, perfumed Calycanthus, sweet Yellow Jassamine and cerulean Glycenefrutescens.
They get on so well together, those two; the creamy fragrant fruit and the sweet comforting taste of caramelised cane sugar.