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Fumaria Officinalis'

Fumaria Officinalis'

24 May 2018
Its Latin name is 'Fumaria Officinalis'. It is derived from the Latin word 'fumus' meaning 'the smell of the ground'. It is in the poppy family. Its homeland is Southern Europe, North Africa, and Turkestan. It grows in natural conditions in almost every region of our country. It cannot carry its bluish-green, multi-forked leaves, and it seems to bend towards the ground. It is an annual plant that grows easily in gardens, fields, and grassy areas.

White, pink or purple flowers bloom between May and July. The flowers are in bunches, gathered like bunches at the ends of the branches. Its fruits are small, spherical, and single-seeded.

The use of chamomile dates back to the Ancient Egyptians, Mesopotamia, and Roman empires. There are about fifty known species. It is also known as jaundice grass, ground flower, fox coriander, ground gall, and chicken foot grass in various regions.

The collection period is from May to October. Its roots, flowers, and leaves are dried differently. In order not to reduce the quality of the beneficial oils in the composition of the plant, it must be dried by a specialist under suitable conditions.

From the herbaceous plant; Buffalo tea, tincture, and cream are produced.

When stored in a closed glass jar in a dim, cool, and dry environment, it has a lifespan of 1 year.

[1] Herbal Therapy in Turkey_Prof.Dr.Turhan BAYTOP (p344)

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