Illustrations of Herbs mentioned in recipes
The following are illustrations of Herbs mentioned in the foregoing recipes, placed in alphabetical order:--
[image:30760 hspace=1] Leonurus Cardiaca (Motherwort).
[image:30748 hspace=1] Angelica Archangelica (Garden Angelica).
[image:30751 hspace=1] Berberis vulgaris (Common Barberry, English).
[image:30755 hspace=1] Eupatorium cannabinum (Hemp Agrimony).
[image:30757 hspace=1] Fumaria officinalis (Common Fumitory).
[image:30758 hspace=1] Gentiana Pneumonanthe (March Gentian, English).
[image:30749 hspace=1] Geum urbanum (Common Wood Avens, Herb Bennet).
[image:30747 hspace=1] Alchemilla Arvensis (Field Ladies' Mantle).
[image:30759 hspace=1] Hyssopus officinalis (Common Hyssop).
[image:30754 hspace=1] Inula Helenium (Elecampane).
[image:30763 hspace=1] Origanum vulgare (Common Marjoram). (The name underneath the plant is wrong.)
[image:30766 hspace=1] Rosmarinus officinalis (Common Rosemary). (The name underneath the plant is wrong.)
[image:30753 hspace=1] Rumex crispus (Yellow Dock).
[image:30762 hspace=1] Urtica dioica (Stinging Nettle).
[image:30752 hspace=1] Sanguisorba officinalis (Great Burnet).
[image:30767 hspace=1] Scabiosa succisa (Devil's Bit.)
[image:30764 hspace=1] Parietaria officinalis (Common Pellitory of the Wall).
[image:30750 hspace=1] Melissa Officinalis (Balm).
[image:30761 hspace=1] Verbascum Thapsus (Great Mullein).
[image:30768 hspace=1] Verbena officinalis (Common Vervain, Blue Vervain).
Health from British Wild Herbs was written by Richard Lawrence Hool, N.A.M.H., in 1918.