There are about 300 species of this plant and Crete encounter 9 them, of which 5 endemic. It is an evergreen shrub, it reaches a height of the 30 -60 cm. Stem upright with small elongated leaves that have a lot of transparent specks. If you rub the flowers, emitted a strong smell of resin. It blooms from June to September. Therapeutically used the aboveground parts of the plant. Well-known is that St. John's wort oil…
Alchemilla (Alchemilla vulgaris, Family rosacea) renowned for its balance of hormonal changes, for the help in many gynecological problems. See detail
The achillea (or achillaia) It is often a bushy plant that grows at the edges of provincial roads mainly in Europe and the West with leaves that resemble those of the fern flowers come out in batches (pink or white) – From antiquity was popular herb for treating specific illnesses and injuries, Hence the narratives for the use of Achilles in…
Botanical name: Crataegus monogyha – The Hawthorn monogynos, Crataegus laevigata – Smooth Hawthorn, Crataegus oxyacantha – The Hawthorn Oxyakanthos. It is known by the names moyrtzia, trikoykia, moymoytzelia, koydoymilia.
Botanical name: Alchemilla the common (Alchemilla vulgaris)
The Alchemilla belongs to the family of rodwdwn (Rosaceae). Originally from Europe and flourishes in meadows, pasture and Gardens.
It is hardy plant, has yellow green flowers size 3 – 5 mm. It blooms from May to September and the height reaches 40 cm.
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