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Usnea spp. is a lichen (part algae, part fungi) that can be found growing on conifers, oaks, and fruits trees throughout the northern hemisphere.
Arctostaphylos uva ursi is a low-growing, evergreen shrub native to mountainous regions throughout the northern hemisphere. Uva ursi is a member of the Ericaceae family with thick leaves and clusters of urn-shaped flowers.
The oak's botanical name quercus comes from the Celtic words quer (fine) and cuez (tree). It is a member of the Fagaceae plant family.
White willow is a low-growing deciduous tree with long, green, tapering leaves and grey-brown bark.
The tree’s reddish-brown bark has traditionally been employed for its wellness-supporting properties. Wild cherry tree bark was first used by indigenous populations and was later adopted into traditional folk herbalism.
Wormwood has a long association with both bitterness and liquor, being an ingredient in Pernod, vermouth, absinthe and other alcoholic spirits.
In Greek mythology, Achilles used yarrow to treat the wounds of his fellow soldiers.
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