In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- There was a patch of stinging nettles and she wouldn't go through them.
- For example, the caterpillar of the small tortoiseshell butterfly will eat only stinging nettles, white admirals feed solely upon honeysuckle, and goldfinches eat only seed.
- I do not suffer from those conditions, but years ago we carefully picked wild stinging nettles with clippers, dropping the nettles into a large paper sack.
- At least there I don't have to dodge overgrown thorn bushes and stinging nettles.
- Waist-high weeds including stinging nettles line the track and reeds grow beside the row of trees, suggesting a murky dark line of water lies beneath them.
- The roots of the stinging nettle contain a complex mixture of water and alcohol-soluble compounds including lectins, phenols, sterols, and lignans.
- This one makes for easy drinking despite the crushed stinging nettle and bramble flavours.
- I heard that stinging nettles could be used to help palsy, and thought immediately of her.
- The creation of the road, however, has made an opening for other kinds of plants, including fescue, bent grasses, myriad leaf, a stinging nettle, western dock, and the colorful fireweed.
- The herb stinging nettle is believed to slow your body's production of the inflammatory chemical histamine, but without dry mouth and the other side effects of prescription antihistamines.
- I have circumvented a nasty patch of stinging nettles.
- Milkweed provides food for monarch butterfly larvae and stinging nettles host caterpillars of the red admiral butterfly.
- There are several big holes in the grassy area around the playground, large stinging nettles and thistles, loose nuts and bolts on the park's railings and uneven ground.
- Then there is quintessential British cuisine, like beans on toast, roast beef and Yorkshire puddings, and other things which seem exclusive only to the UK, such as stinging nettles and drizzly Sundays.
- A further deterrent is the prevalence of wood nettle and stinging nettle, which have acid-tipped hairs on their stems and leaves.
- Those edible ‘weeds’ include chickweed, lambs quarters and stinging nettles.
- Most people are aware of the blood cleansing properties of the stinging nettle, but apparently it's not advised for inclusion in the diet of anyone with blood pressure problems or anyone suffering from diabetes.
- If you are looking for something a little more DIY, go to a health-food store that offers bulk herbs, get some chickweed, stinging nettle and calendula, and brew yourself up a tea.
- As they pushed through a tangle of stinging nettles and brambles, they made sure to keep heading in the right direction.
- In his pasture, edible weeds like dandelion, chicory, quack grass and even stinging nettles are allowed to thrive.
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