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1 Identified by Fée and Desfontaines with the Hypericum androsæmum of Linnæus, the Common tutsan, or Park leaves. Littré gives as the synonym the Hypericum perforatum of Linnæus, the Perforated St. John's wort; which last is also preferred by Sprengel. Fuchsius and Mathioli think that it is the Hypericum montanum of Linnæus.
2 See B. xxvi. c. 53.
3 It is considered to be identical with the Ascyron.
4 "Man's blood." See c. 10 of this Book.
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