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Scientific Name Index

Lactuca sativa, 229-232 Lagenaria lagenaria, 233 Lagenaria leucantha, 233 Lagenaria siceraria, 233-236 Lagenaria vulgaris, 233 Larix cedrus fide, 84 Laurus cassia, 104 Laurus cinnamomum, 104, 108 Laurus nobilis, 237-240 Lawsonia alba, 241 Lawsonia inermis, 241-244 Lens culinaris, 245-246 Lens esculenta, 245 Lens lens, 245 Lentilla lens, 245 Leontodon dens-leonis, 453 Leontodon glaucescens, 453 Leontodon officinalis, 453 Leontodon parvulum, 453 Leontodon taraxacum, 453 Leontodon vulgare, 453 Leuconymphaea alba, 303 Ligusticum cuminum, 155 Lilium candidum, 247-249 Linum usitatissimum, 250-255 Liquidambar orientalis, 256 -258 Lithocarpus benzoin, 444 Lolium arvense, 259 Lolium robustum, 259 Lolium temulentum, 259 Lychnis githago, 8 Lycium barbarum, 260 Lycium europaeum, 260 Lycium mediterraneuum, 260 Lycium orientale, 260

Saffron crocus sativus l iridaceae

Your shoots are an orchard of pomegranates with all choicest fruits, henna with nard, nard and saffron, calamus and cinnamon, with all trees of frankincense, myrrh and aloes, with all chief spices. Your skin is a paradise of pomegranates, with the choicest fruits, henna plants along with spikenard plants spikenard and saffron, cane and cinnamon, along with all sorts of trees of frankincense, myrrh and aloes, along with all the finest perfumes.

Quinones

Quinones are a group of over 1,200 naturally occurring compounds. Many quinones have been reported to possess antibacterial and fungicidal properties. Quinone-rich plants have also been used as dyes (for example, henna), and as laxatives (rhubarb root, aloe resin, senna leaf, and Cascara sagrada bark). In this section, we discuss two anticancer quinones, emodin and hypericin.

Notes Sea Blite

There are so few ethnobotanical data on the many species of this genus (ten in Israel alone) that I have taken the generic approach here. Zohary lists two quotes of place names in 1 Chronicles that he thinks trace back to the Hebrew shahor, Ashhur (1 Chronicles 4 5) and Sheharaih (1 Chronicles 8 26). Saline deserts are also mentioned three times as mlehah but nowhere is the plant mentioned by the plant's name, although it is one of the most frequent components of this characteristic vegetation type (ZOH). Yemeni extract a black dye from stems of S. monoica mixed with henna (GHA). The KAB common names apply either to Suaeda fruticosa and or Suaeda monoica. DEP entries apply to S. fruticosa, S. maritima, and S. nudiflora.

Botanical Names

Lannea grandis 361 Lansium domesticum 361 Lantana aculeata 362 Lantana camara 362 Laportea crenulata 362 Larix americana 362 Larix decidua 362, 363 Larix europea 363 Larix griffithiana 362 Larix griffithii 362 Larix laricina 362 Lasia aculeata 363 Lasia spinosa 363 Lasiosiphon eriocephalus 292, 363 Lasiosiphon glaucus 292 Lathyrus aphaca 363 Lathyrus sativus 363 Lathyrus sphaericus 363 Lathyrus tingitanus 363 Launaea asplenifolia 49 Launaea chondrilloides 364 Launaea mucronata 364 Launaea pinnatifida 364 Launaea sarmentosa 364 Laurus nobilis 364, 656 Lavandula angustifolia 364 Lavandula bipinnata 162 Lavandula bipinnata 365 Lavandula burmanni 365 Lavandula officinalis 364 Lavandula spica 364 Lavandula stoechas 103, 365 Lawsonia inermis 366 Ledebouria hyacinthina 590 Leea aequata 366, 711 Leea crispa 367 Leea hirta 366 Leea indica 367 Leea macrophylla 367 Lens culinaris 367 Lens esculenta 367 Leonotis nepetaefolia 368 Leonurus cardiaca 10, 368 Lepidagathis cristata 369 Lepidagathis...

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