Herbs detail

LINDEN

Common Name Linden, Large-Leaved Lime Scientific Name Tilia platyphyllos Scop. History Linden is tree species with long life, high latitude and tiny leaf and is native to all over Europe. Linden most found in the old mature woods. It grew by its own or in agriculture and is widely used due to its medicinal properties. …

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LEMON VERBENA

Common Name Lemon Verbena Scientific Name Lippia citriodora History The plant of Lemon Verbena with scientific name of Lippia Citriodora from Verbenaceae family is a native plant to Chile, Peru, Argentina.This plant entered in Iran and in some parts of this country cultivated by companies of medicinal plants producer at the first time, due to …

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HYSSOP

Common Name Hyssop Scientific Name Hyssopus officinalis L. History Hyssop is an evergreen and perennial herb of the Lamiaceae family that its leaves are small and linear and its flowers are purple-blue. Hyssop is native to Mediterranean countries and mild regions of Asia but it is now widely cultivated around the world and is often …

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HIBISCUS

Common Name Roselle, Hibiscus, Sour tea   Scientific Name Hibiscus sabdariffa L. History Hibiscus that is also called red tea or Meccan tea is native to India to Malaysia and had been carried to Africa years ago. It was grown in Brazil in 17th century and in Guatemala before 1840 for food use. It was planted by Dr. …

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GREEN TEA

Common Name Green Tea Scientific Name Camellia sinensis History Green tea is made from tea leaves. Green tea leaves consumption dates back to over 3000 years ago in south-western China. Most likely, it has been used for chewing and eating at the first place and gradually it’s started to be used as a drug and …

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GREEN CUMIN

Common Name  Cumin Scientific Name Cuminum cyminum L. History Cumin is known among people since ancient times. It’s originated from Iran and the Mediterranean region. It was also known to Greek and Roman people while being used in Morocco, too. However; cumin, during the middle ages, has lost its popularity in Europe except in Spain. …

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GINSENG

Common Name Canadian Ginseng, American ginseng Scientific Name Panax quinquefolius L. History Ginseng is a low growth, shadow friend and perennial plant, from the Araliaceae family. English word of Ginseng takes from Chinese expression (Ren Shen). Ren means (person) and Shen means (plant root). This name refers to fork-shaped root of Ginseng that is like …

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GINGER

Common Name Ginger Scientific Name Zingiber officinale Roscoe History The origin of ginger is the tropical region of Asia and the type of ginger that grows in India has the most genetic variation. This plant was exported to Europe from India during the first century AD and its application was recognized as cooking in the …

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FUMITORY

Common Name Fumitory Scientific Name Fumaria officinalis L. History Fumitory is a perennial and herbaceous plant from Fumariaceae family and its height is 30-70 cm. Fumitory`s origin is Morocco and the Iberian Peninsula. The dispersal of fumitory is in Asia and Africa. This plant is distributed in large parts of India to a height of …

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