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Definition of Coltsfoot

Coltsfoot
Coltsfoot Colts"foot`, n. (Bot.) A perennial herb (Tussilago Farfara), whose leaves and rootstock are sometimes employed in medicine. Butterbur coltsfoot (Bot.), a European plant (Petasites vulgaris).

Meaning of Coltsfoot from wikipedia

- Coltsfoot Rock is a confectionery product created from coltsfoot extract by the UK confectioners Stockley's Sweets, based in Oswaldtwistle, Lancashire...
- Coltsfoot is the common name for several plants in the family Asteraceae: Homogyne alpina, a plant species native to Europe Petasites, a plant genus native...
- Tussilago farfara, commonly known as coltsfoot, is a plant in the groundsel tribe in the daisy family Asteraceae, native to Europe and parts of western...
- sunflower family, Asteraceae, that are commonly referred to as butterburs and coltsfoots. They are perennial plants with thick, creeping underground rhizomes and...
- Puccinia poarum,, the coltsfoot gall rust or meadow gr**** rust, is a plant pathogen. This fungal parasite forms a yellow to orange gall, 1–2 cm in diameter...
- also known as butterbur, giant butterbur, great butterbur and sweet-coltsfoot, is an herbaceous perennial plant in the family Asteraceae. It is native...
- Homogyne alpina, Alpine coltsfoot or purple colt's-foot, is a rhizomatous herb in the family Asteraceae, which is often used as an ornamental plant. In...
- Petasites frigidus, the Arctic sweet coltsfoot or Arctic butterbur, is a species of Petasites native to Arctic to cool temperate regions of the Northern...
- Coltsfoot Green is a small hamlet within the village of Wickhambrook, Suffolk, England. It constitutes one of its eleven village greens and consists of...
- & herbal sources of pyrrolizidine alkaloids such as Borage, Boneset, Coltsfoot, T'u-san-chi, Comfrey, Heliotrope (sunflower seeds), Gordolobo, Germander...
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