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Fleabane

Correct spelling for fleabane

Medical definition of fleabane:

Erigeron.

Usage examples for fleabane:

  • Only a few flowers of autumn were visible, such as the fleabane and red gillyflower, autumn colchicums in the ravine, and under the beeches bracken and tufts of northern heather. "Fairy Tales of the Slav Peasants and Herdsmen, – Alexander Chodsko"
  • Our fleabane is a troublesome weed at times, but good husbandry has little to dread from it. "A Year in the Fields, – John Burroughs"
  • The sap of the Marsh Mallow was combined together with seeds of Fleabane and the white of an hen's egg, to make a paste which was so adhesive that the hands when coated with it were safe from harm through holding for a few moments the glowing iron. "Herbal Simples Approved for Modern Uses of Cure, – William Thomas Fernie"
  • Fleabane bound to the forehead is a great helpe to cure one of the frensie," while " the distilled water of thyme applyed with vinegar of Roses to the forehead easeth the rage of Frensye." "The Old English Herbals, – Eleanour Sinclair Rohde"

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