willow herb


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willow herb

n.

wil′low herb`


n.
any plant of the genus Epilobium, of the evening primrose family. Compare fireweed.
[1570–80]
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Annora Brown, Water Willow Herb, 1959, watercolour and casein, Glenbow Museum, 59.
The Wildlife in Action prize went to Annie Charnley of Newcastle for her photograph of a Large White butterfly and willow herb at Bamburgh in Northumberland, which she titled: "Not a Care in the World.
Ymhen dyddiau dywewdodd wrth fy nhad mai planhigyn o Seland Newydd oedd wedi ei adnabod a'r enw New Zealand Willow Herb, ac mae'n debyg ei fod wedi dod drosodd mewn balast llong i'r cei yn Nhrefor, a rywsut ar un o'r tryciau a gariai'r cerrig, ac i ben y mynydd ac wedi egino yno - gwyrth os bu un erioed.
Extracts of Alpine willow herb and pomegranate are meant to promote a fresh, matte appearance and I liked the no-shine finish and the dewy appearance it gave my skin.
Contains antibacterial tea tree, calming witch hazel and soothing Canadian willow herb to help deep-cleanse blocked pores and heal spotty skin.
30am and the stream banks were riot of colour - the frothy ivory lace of cow parsley; deep blush pink of campions and great willow herb - (also called by the old-fashioned name of codlins and cream - codlin was an apple) and Indian balsam; snow white splashes of bindweed and the sunshine yellow of ragwort.
Willow herb tea or preparation are available and relatively popular in the European market, and claimed to be effective inter alia because of their anti-inflammatory activity.
Gram-negative and gram-positive antibacterial properties of the whole plant extract of willow herb (Epilobium angustifolium).
Developed with pediatric dermatologists, it is formulated with oat essence, willow herb and zinc oxide.
Extracts of willow herb and strawberry fruit contribute to the clean, fresh scent.
Papaya, honey and willow herb get to work on revitalising skin.