Eupatorium perfoliatum


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Related to Eupatorium perfoliatum: Gelsemium sempervirens, Euphrasia officinalis
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Noun1.Eupatorium perfoliatum - perennial herb of southeastern United States having white-rayed flower headsEupatorium perfoliatum - perennial herb of southeastern United States having white-rayed flower heads; formerly used as in folk medicine
Eupatorium, genus Eupatorium - large genus of chiefly tropical herbs having heads of white or purplish flowers
herb, herbaceous plant - a plant lacking a permanent woody stem; many are flowering garden plants or potherbs; some having medicinal properties; some are pests
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I can only dream about the result if they were grown with spotted bee-balm Monarda punctata, Joe Pye Weed, Eutrochium purpureum, Hummingbird Mints (Agastache species and hybrids) like Blue Fortune, and Common Boneset, Eupatorium perfoliatum. It would be a backyard pollinator heaven -- TNS BEST POLLINATOR: Hoary Mountain Mint is also considered one of the best pollinators in the world.
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Species present there included Apios tuberosa, Asclepias incarnata, Eupatorium perfoliatum, Lobelia cardinalis, L.
China, Natrum muriaticum, Arsenicum album, and Eupatorium perfoliatum.
The reduction of these dominant species in the dune ridge plots has likely increased opportunity for other species, such as madders (Galium spp.), evening primrose (Oen0thera biennis L.), and boneset (Eupatorium perfoliatum L.).
In 2001 in Sao Paulo, Brazil, researcher Renan Marino conducted a trial using the homoepathic medicine, Eupatorium perfoliatum 30C, in a single dose, to protect residents against the development of Dengue Fever.
Scientific name Popular name(s) Uses Eupatorium perfoliatum Bonest Used by American Indians as a laxative and tonic.