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1 See B. xix. c. 48.
2 Or "horse parsley."
3 Or strangury. No medicinal use is made of this plant in modern times.
4 Or "mountain parsley," see B. xix. c. 48.
5 Or "marsh-parsley," see B. xix. c. 37. It is possessed of certain energetic properties, more appreciated by the ancient physicians than in modern pharmacy.
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