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pain reliever, exhaustion, insomnia, fatigue

Vervain (Verbena Officinalis)

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This herb is used to treat exhaustion, fatigue, fever, insomnia. It makes a good pain reliever. For magic, it can be used in cleansing baths, attraction spells, wealth and protection spells as well.

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HERB OF THE MONTH
VERVAIN (Verbena officinalis). Vervain is a very old companion of the human race.
VOLATILE CONSTITUENTS FROM THE AERIAL PARTS OF
Pharmacy, Shaheed Beheshti University of Medical Sciences. Abstract. The volatile constituents of the aerial parts of vervain (Verbena officinalis L.
The Role of Herbal Medicine in Women's Health
(Dioscorea villosa), Skullcap (Scutellaria lateriflora), Vervain (Verbena officinalis) .
SINUPRET
vervain (Verbena officinalis, Verbenaceae) herb, and gentian (Genti- ana lutea, Gentianaceae) root.
Effects of Differential Extraction of Verbena officinalis on Rat Models
Mar 12, 2007 Vervain, Verbena officinalis L.

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Plant now for a heavenly scented spring
It is best grown in a pot and given a bit of winter protection, and should on no account be confused with lemon balm, Melissa officinalis, a perennial which is, in my book, an intolerable (and boring-looking) thuggy self-seeder.

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Verbena officinalis - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Verbena officinalis, the Common Vervain or Common Verbena, is a perennial herb native to Europe. It grows up to a metre/yard high, with an upright habitus.
Vervain (Verbena officinalis)
Erowid Vervain (Verbena officinalis) Vault : Legal Status
Jul 7, 2004 Vervain (Verbena officinalis) is uncontrolled in the United States.
Herbs-Treat and Taste: VERVAIN( VERBENA OFFICINALIS
Jan 21, 2011 There are different types of vervain that grow around the world.
Vervain
The most commonly used species is European vervain (Verbena officinalis), though blue vervain (V. hastata) and V.