from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. small genus of low perennial herbs having yellow rhizomes and white or yellow flowers.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A small genus of plants, natural order Ranunculaceæ, natives of the north temperate zone, consisting of low smooth perennials with divided root-leaves and small white flowers on scapes.
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- n. small genus of low perennial herbs having yellow rhizomes and white or yellow flowers
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Ingredients include: Indigo naturalis (widely used as a natural flaky skin treatment), isatis tinctoria, psoralea fruit, coptis chinensis, phellodendron amurense, sophora flavescens (another commonly used herbal skin treatment) and centella asiatica (has been proven to promote healing).
FORMULA NUMBER 23: Cranberry Bladder Defense: cranberry extract, uva ursi extract, fu ling, echinacea, coptis, polyporus, marshmallow, alisma; use for bladder infections from heat, with scanty, dark painful urination.
On the opener spots beneath the trees the ground is covered to a depth of two or three feet with mosses of indescribable freshness and beauty, a few dwarf conifers often planted on their rich furred bosses, together with pyrola, coptis, and Solomon's-seal.
The small white flower above is from the goldthread plant, coptis groenlandica.
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