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Lovage: Correspondences
Levisticum officinale Folk Names: Chineese Lovage, Cornish Lovage, Italian Lovage, Italian Parsley, Lavose, Love Herbs, Love Rod, Love Root, Loving Herbs, Lubestico, Sea Parsley Gender: Masculine Planet: Sun Element: Fire Deity: Power: Love...
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HEALTH: Love your lovage!
Described as tasting like a cross between celery and parsley with hints of curry and aniseed, lovage was once famed as an aphrodisiac – apt for Valentine's Day. (The name lovage stems from 'love ache'; 'ache' being the medieval name for parsley and ...
On stage: Lettice & Lovage and Marriage to an Older Woman.
What happens when a bit of harmless Mary Queen of Scots cosplay results in a near beheading?
'Lettice and Lovage' comes to Castle Hill on Crane Estate
WHAT: The comedy Lettice and Lovage, a play about the misadventures of a hilarious tour guide and a historic house, will be performed in the Great House of Castle Hill on the Crane Estate during the month of March.
Castle Hill presents 'Lettice and Lovage'
The Trustees will host a production of “Lettice and Lovage,” the story of a hilarious tour guide in a historic house, originally written for “Downton Abbey” actress Maggie Smith.
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