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Bugleweed

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The name bugleweed is a common name which can refer to several unrelated plants: Ajuga, especially. Ajuga reptans, the most common species in the British ...

Bugleweed - Explore Cornell - Home Gardening - Flower Growing ...

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Bugleweed. Herbaceous Perennial Flower, Ground Cover. Ajuga reptans. Lamiaceae Family. This low-growing, creeping evergreen groundcover is one of the ...

Health Benefits of Bugleweed - Organic Facts

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Some of the most interesting health benefits of bugleweed include its ability to improve respiratory conditions, regulate sleep patterns, protect the heart, balance  ...

Bugleweed, Ajuga | Landscaping Ideas and Hardscape Design ...

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The bugleweed has colorful leaves and can be used as an alternative groundcover for a lawn in shady areas.

Bugleweed Herb Benefits - Annies Remedy

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Bugleweed is useful in many heart and vascular system disorders ,hyperthyroid conditions and breast pain.

Bugleweed - Side Effects, Medical Uses and Benefits

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Information on the Medicinal Herb Bugleweed (Lycopus virginicus) and Its Side Effects, Health Benefits and Traditional Uses in Herbal Medicine.

A Modern Herbal | Bugleweed - Botanical.com

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Illustration and a description of Bugleweed, with details of its constituents, medicinal action and uses.

Carpet Bugle Plants: Growing Ajuga Bugleweed In The Garden

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Mar 18, 2015 ... The flowers of bugleweed are normally bluish to purple but they can be found in white as well. And in addition to the traditional green foliage, ...

Bugleweed - Herbal Encyclopedia

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A perennial member of the mint family, bugleweed is common throughout North America, thriving close to water and growing to about two feet in height. It has a ...

Lycopus.—Bugleweed. | Henriette's Herbal Homepage

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Related entries: Leonurus. The whole herb of Lycopus virginicus, Linné. Nat. Ord. —Labiatae. COMMON NAMES: Bugleweed, Sweet bugle, Water bugle, etc.

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Bugleweed Uses, Benefits & Side Effects - Drugs.com Herbal ...

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Learn about the uses and potential benefits of Bugleweed including dosage guidelines, side effects, interactions and safety/efficacy ratings.

BUGLEWEED: Uses, Side Effects, Interactions and Warnings - WebMD

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Find patient medical information for BUGLEWEED on WebMD including its uses, effectiveness, side effects and safety, interactions, user ratings and products ...

Bugleweed – Mountain Rose Herbs

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Not to be confused with Carpet bugle or common bugle (Ajuga virginicus), bugleweed is a marshland native to Europe and naturalized to the United States in ...