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  1. photo GUALTÉRIAGUALTÉRIAArticle
    Gaultheria procumbens Descrição : Planta da família das Ericaceae. Também conhecida como pirola e chá do canadá. Planta aromática e suave ao tato, seus falhos crescem eretos a partir de caulesRead more
  2. photo Cranberry Seed (Vaccinium Macrocarpon) Carrier Oil Profile, BenefitsCranberry Seed (Vaccinium Macrocarpon) Carrier Oil Profile, BenefitsTreatment
    Multi-Species Mating Disruption in Cranberries (Ericales: Ericaceae): Early Evidence Using a Flowable Emulsion. Get your herbs and oils at a place you can trust! Starwest Botanicals not only utilizesRead more
  3. Remedios con arándano agrio para infecciones urinarias y másTreatment
    es Vaccinium macrocarpon, debido al tamaño y la jugosidad de sus frutos. Pertenece a la familia Ericaceae o del brezo. El arbusto posee unas hermosas flores de color rosa que se transforman en unas bayasRead more
  4. Matoberry? Outras solanáceas: Maria PretinhaArticle
    , especialmente no Hemisfério Norte, temos principalmente Rosaceae (amoras, morangos, framboesas, rosa canina) e Ericaceae (mirtilos, cramberry) e Grossulariaceae (gooseberry, groselhas). A maior parteRead more
  5. photo Matoberry? Outras solanáceas: Maria PretinhaMatoberry? Outras solanáceas: Maria PretinhaArticle
    botânicas, especialmente no Hemisfério Norte, temos principalmente Rosaceae (amoras, morangos, framboesas, rosa canina) e Ericaceae (mirtilos, cramberry) e Grossulariaceae (gooseberry, groselhas). A maiorRead more
  6. photo Carrier Oil Profiles, BenefitsCarrier Oil Profiles, BenefitsTreatment
    : No known contraindications, but care should be taken as with all oils. Science and Research Multi-Species Mating Disruption in Cranberries (Ericales: Ericaceae): Early Evidence Using a Flowable EmulsionRead more

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Ericaceae

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The Ericaceae are a family of flowering plants, commonly known as the heath or heather family, found most commonly in acid and infertile growing conditions. The family is large, with roughly 4000 species spread across 126 genera, making it the 14th-most-speciose family of flowering plants. The many well-known and economically important members of the Ericaceae include the cranberry, blueberry,...More