Black Eyed Susan Medicinal Uses
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- BLACK-EYED SUSAN
- Name Scientific Name Bergemot, Bee Balm Monarda fistulosa Black
- June-Sept pink/lavender. M/D. F/P.
- it contains antibiotic 'properties.
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- A Book for Black-Eyed Susan. Author: Judy Young. Illustrator: Doris Ettlinger.
- prairie garden HEHO rev.pub
- ox-eye. Ratibida pinnata yellow coneflower. Rudbeckia hirta black-eyed Susan.
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- Black-Eyed Susan
- The juice squeezed from the roots was used for earaches. The seeds of most Black-Eyed Susans are poisonous, so steer clear of the seed for any herbal uses.
- Medicinal Plants-Black-Eyed Susan
- Black-Eyed Susan- Click for Full Image Uses and Parts Used Black-Eyed Susan has been found to have immuno-stimulant activity similar to Echinacea.
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