Illustrations of Herbs mentioned in recipes

The following are illustrations of Herbs mentioned in the foregoing recipes, placed in alphabetical order:--

Motherwort (BW) Leonurus Cardiaca (Motherwort).
Angelica (BW) Angelica Archangelica (Garden Angelica).
Barberry (BW)Berberis vulgaris (Common Barberry, English).
Eupatorium (BW) Eupatorium cannabinum (Hemp Agrimony).
Fumitory (BW) Fumaria officinalis (Common Fumitory).
Gentian (BW) Gentiana Pneumonanthe (March Gentian, English).
Avens (BW) Geum urbanum (Common Wood Avens, Herb Bennet).
Alchemilla (BW). Alchemilla Arvensis (Field Ladies' Mantle).
Hyssop (BW) Hyssopus officinalis (Common Hyssop).
Elecampane (BW) Inula Helenium (Elecampane).
Origanum (BW) Origanum vulgare (Common Marjoram). (The name underneath the plant is wrong.)
Rosemary (BW) Rosmarinus officinalis (Common Rosemary). (The name underneath the plant is wrong.)
Dock (BW) Rumex crispus (Yellow Dock).
Nettle (BW) Urtica dioica (Stinging Nettle).
Burnet (BW) Sanguisorba officinalis (Great Burnet).
Scabiosa (BW) Scabiosa succisa (Devil's Bit.)
Pellitory (BW) Parietaria officinalis (Common Pellitory of the Wall).
Balm (BW) Melissa Officinalis (Balm).
Mullein (BW) Verbascum Thapsus (Great Mullein).
Vervain (BW) Verbena officinalis (Common Vervain, Blue Vervain).

Health from British Wild Herbs was written by Richard Lawrence Hool, N.A.M.H., in 1918.