By Alice Henkel
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They are placed in circles around the stem, forming thick, blunt, terminal spikes. (Fig. —The dried leaves and flowering tops are the parts directed to be used by the United States Pharmacopoeia. com carefully dried in the shade. Dried peppermint leaves and tops bring about 3 1/2 to 41/2 cents a pound. The pungent odor of peppermint is familiar, as is likewise the agreeable taste, burning at first and followed by a feeling of coolness in the mouth. It is a well-known remedy for stomach and intestinal troubles.
Tussilago farfara L. —Coughwort, assfoot, horsefoot, foalfoot, bull'sfoot, horsehoof, colt-herb, clayweed, cleats, dove-dock, dummyweed, ginger, gingerroot, hoofs, sowfoot, British tobacco, gowan. —Coltsfoot has been naturalized in this country from Europe, and is found along brooks and in wet places and moist clayey soil along roadsides from Nova Scotia and New Brunswick to Massachusetts, New York, and Minnesota. —In spring the white-woolly, scaly flowering stalks with their yellow blossoms are the first to appear, the leaves not being produced until the seed has formed or at least toward the latter part of the flowering stage.
COMMON SPEEDWELL. Veronica officinalis L. —Paul's betony, ground-hele, fluellin, upland speedwell. —This little herb frequents dry fields and woods from Nova Scotia to Michigan and south to North Carolina and Tennessee. It also occurs in Europe and Asia. —The common speedwell creeps over the ground by means of rather woody stems rooting at the joints and sends up branches from 3 to 10 inches in height. It is hairy all over. The leaves are opposite to each other on the stem, on short stalks, grayish green and soft hairy, oblong or oval in shape, and about one-half to an inch in length; they are blunt at the apex, with margins saw toothed and narrowing into the stalks.
American Medicinal Leaves And Herbs by Alice Henkel