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http://www.austincountyems.com/piknik/1086 Native to Central Europe, Avens grows in forests and forest edges but can be found in bushes, hedges, and walls. It is a perennial herb that grows up to one foot and 18 inches. It flowers from June to August. The flowers have both male and female organs and are pollinated by bees. It is self-fertile.
http://makse.com/?kremel=japanese-dating-app-iphone&fd8=6a Avens contains Essential Oil, Glycoside Gein, Tannin, Tannic Acid, Flavones, Eugenol, and Bitter Substances.
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check out this site Avens has antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties. It is an astringent and local anesthetic and can be used against:
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Nausea And Vomiting,
Poorly Healing Wounds,
Avens’ edible parts are the roots and leaves and can be consumed as condiments and drinks. The young leaves are cooked and used as a spice in stews and soups and also ale flavoring, the roots are also cooked or boiled to make a beverage. Avens is a substitute for cloves because of the mild cinnamon flavor.
Usually found in the woods, Avens is an astringent that can treat mouth and throat problems. It can also be used as a medicated wash to treat many skin infections.
Avens is safe when used in small amounts as a food flavoring. There isn’t enough information to know if it is safe when used in larger medicinal amounts.
F. Chittendon. RHS Dictionary of Plants plus Supplement. 1956
Comprehensive listing of species and how to grow them. Somewhat outdated, it has been replaces in 1992 by a new dictionary (see ).
Grieve. A Modern Herbal.
Not so modern (1930’s?) but lots of information, mainly temperate plants.
Mabey. R. Food for Free.
Edible wild plants found in Britain. Fairly comprehensive, very few pictures and rather optimistic on the desirability of some of the plants.
Ceres. Free for All.
Edible wild plants in Britain. Small booklet, nothing special.
Launert. E. Edible and Medicinal Plants.
Covers plants in Europe. a drawing of each plant, quite a bit of interesting information.
Loewenfeld. C. and Back. P. Britain’s Wild Larder.
A handy pocket guide.
Triska. Dr. Hamlyn Encyclopaedia of Plants.
Very interesting reading, giving some details of plant uses and quite a lot of folk-lore.
Clapham, Tootin and Warburg. Flora of the British Isles.
A very comprehensive flora, the standard reference book but it has no pictures.
Lust. J. The Herb Book.
Lots of information tightly crammed into a fairly small book.
De. Bray. L. The Wild Garden.
Komarov. V. L. Flora of the USSR.
An immense (25 or more large volumes) and not yet completed translation of the Russian flora. Full of information on plant uses and habitats but heavy going for casual readers.
Yanovsky. E. Food Plants of the N. American Indians. Publication no. 237.
A comprehensive but very terse guide. Not for the casual reader.
Mills. S. Y. The Dictionary of Modern Herbalism.
An excellent small herbal.
Facciola. S. Cornucopia – A Source Book of Edible Plants.
Excellent. Contains a very wide range of conventional and unconventional food plants (including tropical) and where they can be obtained (mainly N. American nurseries but also research institutes and a lot of other nurseries from around the world.
Huxley. A. The New RHS Dictionary of Gardening. 1992.
Excellent and very comprehensive, though it contains a number of silly mistakes. Readable yet also very detailed.
Bown. D. Encyclopaedia of Herbs and their Uses.
A very well presented and informative book on herbs from around the globe. Plenty in it for both the casual reader and the serious student. Just one main quibble is the silly way of having two separate entries for each plant.
Genders. R. Scented Flora of the World.
An excellent, comprehensive book on scented plants giving a few other plant uses and brief cultivation details. There are no illustrations.
Chevallier. A. The Encyclopedia of Medicinal Plants
An excellent guide to over 500 of the more well known medicinal herbs from around the world.
Karalliedde. L. and Gawarammana. I. Traditional Herbal Medicines
A guide to the safer use of herbal medicines.
Дудченко Л. Г., Козьяков А. С., Кривенко В. В. Пряно-ароматические и пряно-вкусовые растения: Справочник / Отв. ред. К. М. Сытник. — К.: Наукова думка, 1989. — 304 с. — 100 000 экз. — ISBN 5-12-000483-0
Универсальная энциклопедия лекарственных растений / сост. И. Н. Путырский, В. Н. Прохоров. — М.: Махаон, 2000. — С. 114—115. — 15 000 экз. — ISBN 5-88215-969-5
Губанов И. А. и др. 738. Geum urbanum L. — Гравилат городской // Иллюстрированный определитель растений Средней России. В 3 т. — М.: Т-во науч. изд. КМК, Ин-т технолог. иссл., 2003. — Т. 2. Покрытосеменные (двудольные: раздельнолепестные). — С. 374. — ISBN 9-87317-128-9