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- Bedstraw, Fragrant: Correspondences
- Galium triflorum Folk Names: Cleavers, Madder's Cousin Gender: Feminine Planet: Venus Element: Water Deity: Power: Love...
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- Herbal Healer: What is lady's bedstraw?
- Among several herbs carrying the popular name bedstraw, Galium verum—or lady's bedstraw—wields a coumarin scent that possesses the power to repel fleas. All of these plants were used to stuff mattresses, but the wealthy—the lords and ladies of Merry ...
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