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15 species 20 species Adans Africa ancient Greek ancient Greek name anthelmintic aromatic Asclepiadaceae Asia astringent Australia Balsam Bark Benth bitter botanist Brazil British America California Canada Canada and eastern Clover Codex Compositae demulcent diaphoretic diuretic East Indies eastern U. S. edible emmenagogue Europe and Asia febrifuge Fern Florida Fruit esculent Gaertn gardens Gray Herba herbs Indian Jacq known species leaves Lily Marsh Mediterranean region Mexico Michx Moench north temperate zone northern Asia Nutt officinalis Old World Papilionaceae Perennial herbs plant Pursh Radix Rhizome root Roxb Salisb Scapose Scrophulariaceae Seeds showy flowers shrubby shrubs Southeastern U. S. Southern Europe southern U. S. species Sweet Texas Thistle tonic Trees or shrubs tropical America tropical Asia tropical regions Umbelliferae vernacular vulgaris vulnerary Walt warmer regions West Indies White widely cult Wild Willd Wood yellow flowers yield
Page 13 - Pharmacopasial name. — Calamus. Other common names. — Sweet cane, sweet grass, sweet myrtle, sweet rush, sweet sedge, sweet segg, sweetroot, cinnamon-sedge, myrtle-flag, myrtle-grass, myrtle-sedge, beewort. Habitat and range. — This plant frequents wet and muddy places and borders of streams from Nova Scotia to Minnesota, southward to Florida and Texas, also occurring in Europe and Asia. It is usually partly immersed in water...