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Senna (Cassia Acutifolia)

A plant of the legume family, with yellow flowers. An infusion of it"s leaves have been traditionally used as a laxative, to eliminate bad breath emanating from the stomach and to help eradicate intestinal worms. Once used as a flavouring for "Covent Garden Purl". It's widely available in health food shops. See 'Alternative Medicine'; 'Covent Garden Purl'

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