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Mugwort (tanacetum vulgare)

A European perennial, used to add flavour to stews, stuffings and sweets. Also known as Batchelor"s Buttons, Bitter Buttons, Golden Buttons, Hind Heel, Parsley Fern, Stinking Willy and Tansy. In medieval times it was also used to flavour ale.

It can be used by trained herbalists to expel roundworm and threadworm.

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