In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
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- This is a soothing cream formulated from the fresh root of the wild black bryony to bring relief.
- Cases of an allergic contact dermatitis from black bryony have been described by the researchers.
- Wash the black bryony and remove the lower hard part.
- Along the coastal line and in the internal part as far as the foot of the mount of Cumae it is easy to find: buntings, camomile, rosemary, ilexes, strawberry-trees, lentisk, junipers, black bryonies, and butcher's brooms.
- A rather undistinguished twining plant with shiny heart- or arrow-shaped leaves and small, green 6-petalled flowers, black bryony grows in woods and hedges.
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