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Univesal Viewer Copy. They are found under the false name of "cumin seeds" dna sdes breads and cheeses such as Munster. Originally from Asia, this tree with gray-brown bark is very small, dark green leaves and flowers in small groups at the ends of branches. Native to India and cultivated in southern Europe and California, lemon is one of the most useful fruits in natural medicine.
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Blue-black when ripe, the berries are appreciated as a condiment in sauerkraut and sausage. They are also widely used in the liquor, in particular for the production of gin.
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The multiple results obtained by its use allow it to be ranked in the top 10 essential oils used by the informed consumer. The island of Madagascar is home to many medicinal species The Ravintsara is distinguished by its size and dense foliage adorned with red berries. Suited to the dry Mediterranean scrubland, rosemary twig stands for linear leaves, which smell of camphor evokes incense.
Thyme, known since ancient times and also called farigoule This small shrub grows wild in Mediterranean countries.
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Latin name: Carum carvi Botanical family: Apiaceae Origin: Germany, the Balkans, Egypt, Holland, Scandinavia Distilled part: Seed Aromatic molecules: L-carvone, limonene Frequently on the sunny slopes, flowers in umbels of Caraway seeds produce elongated, the characteristic flavor.
See also. Cajeput Originally from Asia, this tree with gray-brown bark is very small, dark green leaves and flowers in small groups at the ends of branches.