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- Bistort: Correspondences
- Polygonum bistorta Folk Names: Bragonwort, Easter Giant, English Serpentary, Osterick, Passions, Patience Fock, Red Legs, Snakeweed, Sweet Dock Gender: Feminine Planet: Saturn Element: Earth Deity: Power: Psychic Powers, Fertility...
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- Plaintain: Correspondences
- Plantago spp. Folk Names: Cuckoo's Bread, English-man's Foot, The Leaf of Patrich, Patrick's Dock, Ripple Grass, St. Paterick's Leaf, Slan-lus, Snakebite, Snakeweed, Waybread, Weybroed, White Man's Foot Gender: Feminine Planet: Venus Element: Earth Deity:...
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Suggested News Resources
- Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: "The Creeping Doom" Review
- "The Creeping Doom" offered another fun-filled storyline featuring two returning -- and surprisingly well-matched -- baddies, the Creep and Snakeweed.
- 100 years ago: Summer flowers rapidly appearing
- There is another very common flower now out, the pink spike of the bistort, known in this district as the “patience dock” and by the farmers “snakeweed,” on account of its trailing roots.
- Lewis County herb farmer bids fond farewell to West Virginia
- She said her Comfrey Comfort salve - infused with plantain (sometimes called snake weed), witch hazel, violet leaves and more - helps with arthritis and prevents bruising after a fall. She said her lavender spray helps relax people.
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