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Chicory: Correspondences
Cichorium intybus Folk Names: Succory, Wild Cherry, Wild Succory Gender: Masculine Planet: Sun Element: Air Deity: Power: Removing Obstacles, Invisibility, Favors, Frugality...
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Joe Mosby: Chicory adds longevity, versatility to food plots
That's why it's called succory – a form of "comfort." With a taste not unlike chocolate, sliced, dried, or ground chicory root is added to boiled water to make "coffee" (or more often added to coffee) but contains no caffeine.
Top ten sun creams: Enjoy the rays but not the burn
Organic plant extracts including white tea, succory, dock-cress, rhodiola, venuceane and glycofilm plus caneloupe melon extract mean it's ideal for anti-oxidant protection.
Opportunities lie ahead as anti-pollution trend continues
One such brand tapping into this trend is Clarins, which even has its own range of 'anti-pollution plants', containing succory dock-cress, white tea, and moringa.
Useful Family Recipes for Curing Diseases of Man and Beast 1845 part 5 of 6
Succory is another term for chicory. Plantain is a weed that grows between the cracks in sidewalks. It is not a form of a banana as you might think.
Nature Journal: Chicory more than a noxious weed

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