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- Galangal: Correspondences
- Alpina officinalis or A. galanga Folk Names: Chewing John, China Root, Colic Root, East India Catarrh Root, Galingal, Galingale, Gargaut, India Root, Kaempferia Galanga, Low John the Conqueror, Rhizoma Galangae Gender: Masculine Planet: Mars Element: Fire...
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- Herbal extract for the control of fruit flies
- Galingale extract makes an effective pesticide. A study shows that galingale extract can provide 99.
- Cyperus fuscus L. Brown Galingale
- Brown Galingale. Native. Vulnerable.
- Ŕ la carte Menu Starters
- Chicken soup with galingale, lemon grass, coriander and fresh. Chilli lime juice. Ł 5.
- Asian Journal of Food and Agro-Industry
- However the headspace vapors of galingale oil exhibited weaker inhibitory effect (MIQ = 25. µL).
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- Brown Galingale (C)/perus fuscus). DESCRIPTION: A small, often spreading, annual rush-like plant.
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- Nature Trust (Malta) concerned about valley degradation
- fresh tractor tracks could be seen on the sensitive valley bed, which is home to restricted watercourse vegetation communities, including species such as the Blue Speedwell Veronica anagallis-aquatica, and the Compact Galingale Cyperus longus.
- Guernsey - A year in wildflowers
- This month the red-brown spikes of the Channel Island native Galingale flower can be spotted in damp meadows such as those around L'Ancresse Bay in the north of the island.
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- galangal; galanga root; galingale Definition in the Food Dictionary at
- galangal; galanga root; galingale [guh-LANG-guhl] A rhizome with a hot, ginger- peppery flavor, galangal is used primarily as a seasoning.
- galingale - definition of galingale by the Free Online Dictionary
- Any of various sedges of the genus Cyperus, especially C. longus of Europe, having rough-edged leaves, reddish spikelets, and aromatic roots.
- Galingale | Define Galingale at Dictionary.com
- Galingale definition, any sedge of the genus Cyperus, esp. an Old World species, C. longus, having aromatic roots.
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