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  1. AlsinaArticle
    Stellaria media Essa planta originária da Europa é considerada uma erva daninham, rica em ferro pode ser usada como laxante. Descrição : Planta da Família das caryophyllaceae, tambêm conhecidaRead more
  2. Ervas Daninhas na Cozinha (Em espanhol)Recipe
    ) Sonchus oleraceus / Cerraja (Serralha) Stellaria media / Capiquí Taraxacum officinale / Diente de león (Dente de Leão) Typha spp. / Totora (Taboa) Urtica dioica/urens / Ortiga (Urtiga)Read more
  3. Remedios con álsine o pamplina para adelgazar, piel y másTreatment
    El álsine o pamplina pertenece a la familia Caryophyllaceae o del clavel. Existen unas 25 especies de Stellaria. Es originaria de Europa y se ha adaptado en todo el mundo a suelos fértiles y ricosRead more
  4. photo Pele e cabelos saudáveis à base de ervas medicinaisPele e cabelos saudáveis à base de ervas medicinaisTreatment
    , queimaduras de sol , vermelhidão e pele irritada. Morugem ( Stellaria media ) - Refrescante e calmante para a pele . Alivia todo o tipo de irritação, como eczema, psoríase, picadas de insetosRead more
  5. photo It’s Easy To Be Weedy: 6 Backyard Greens To Chow Down OnIt’s Easy To Be Weedy: 6 Backyard Greens To Chow Down OnArticle
    -in for your favorite dolmas recipe! Chickweed ( Stellaria media ) Chickens think that this vitamin C-packed ground cover is the bee’s knees, and considering that it’s reminiscent of fresh alfalfaRead more
  6. photo 12 Natural Remedies For Eczema, Rashes and a Range of Persistent Skin Conditions12 Natural Remedies For Eczema, Rashes and a Range of Persistent Skin ConditionsTreatment
    extremely helpful: licorice (Glycyrrhia glabra), Chickweed (Stellaria media), marigold (Calendula officinalis). 5. Burdock Root You can reduce inflammations and destroy inulin, which has been linkedRead more

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Stellaria

Stellaria is a genus of about 90-120 species flowering plants in the family Caryophyllaceae, with a cosmopolitan distribution. Common names include stitchwort and chickweed.Chickweeds are used as food plants by the larvae of some Lepidoptera species including Angle Shades, Heart and Dart, Riband Wave, Setaceous Hebrew Character and the Coleophora case-bearers C. coenosipennella (feeds...More