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- Life-everlasting: Correspondences
- Anaphalis spp; Gnaphalium uliginosum Folk Names: Chafe Weed, Everlasting, Field Blossom, Indian Posy, Old Field Balsam, Sweet Scented Life Everlasting, White Balsam Gender: Planet: Element: Deity: Power: Longevity, Health, Healing...
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- Variations in the Root System of the Common Everlasting
- It has been observed that the root system of the common everlasting ( Gnaphalium polycephalum) has a different behavior when it is grown in different habitats.
- CYPSELA MORPHOLOGY OF GNAPHALIUM L. AND ITS ALLIED
- Gnaphalium and Pseudognaphalium as they share common cypsela features Gnaphalium L. (s.l.
- John F. Pruski Guy L. Nesom
- is based on an illegitimate later homonym (Gnaphalium spicatum. Lam. name for Gnaphalium spicatum Lam.
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- Gnaphalium. By Arthur Hill Grimmer, M. D.
- Gnaphalium is a remedy with but a fragmentary proving. Its sphere of action is wide in painful states and its power effective.
- Gnaphalium - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Gnaphalium is a genus of flowering plants in the daisy family, Asteraceae. It contains about 120 species, which are commonly called cudweeds.
- GNAPHALIUM POLYCEPHALUM :: homeopathyandmore.com
- Homeopathy and More Forum - GNAPHALIUM POLYCEPHALUM.
- Gnaphalium - Homeopathic Remedies
- Overview of Gnaphalium (Gnaph) as a homeopathic remedy.
- PLANTS Profile for Gnaphalium (cudweed) | USDA PLANTS
- A PLANTS profile of Gnaphalium (cudweed) from the USDA PLANTS database.
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