Hedera helix


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Noun1.Hedera helix - Old World vine with lobed evergreen leaves and black berrylike fruitsHedera helix - Old World vine with lobed evergreen leaves and black berrylike fruits
genus Hedera, Hedera - Old World woody vines
vine - a plant with a weak stem that derives support from climbing, twining, or creeping along a surface
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The active ingredients in the cream's composition include Calamintha (effective during upsets of the immune system and oncological diseases), Birch Extract (has powerful antiviral properties), Hedera helix (helps with burns, calluses, skin infection, inflammation, parasites, etc.
Dry extracts from Hedera helix Linne, Araliaceae leaves are well established in the treatment of acute and chronic diseases of the respiratory tract associated with coughing.
Products based on Hedera Helix became very popular as a natural option to expectorate phlegm, and the trend continued in 2014 and 2015.
Hedera helix, the common English ivy, is a rampant climber but very useful for hiding eyesores in the garden.
To our knowledge there is a single physiological study with Hedera helix which shows that "juvenile" foliage resembles shade leaves, while leaves from adult plants resemble sun leaves in a common garden experiment (Bauer & Bauer, 1980).
If a tree is rotten, the weight of a mature ivy could be the last straw, but a healthy tree has nothing to fear from its close TRUTHS John encounter with Hedera helix.
Dringwr cyfarwydd ydi'r eiddew neu'r iorwg, fel mae ei enw Lladin yn awgrymu - Hedera helix, ac mi all dyfu cymaint chan troedfedd.
Of the 28 species tested, Hemigraphis alternata (purple waffle plant), Hedera helix (English ivy), Hoya carnosa (variegated wax plant), and Asparagus densiflorus (Asparagus fern) had the highest removal rates for all of the VOCs introduced.
Muin Vine Fiveleaf Vitis vinifera Parthenocusus quinquefolia Gorr Ivy Elm Hedera helix Ulmus americana nGetal Broom Cattail Genista spp.