…Bitter in Germany is an old ancient remedy which has been popular in Sweden for centuries, and is believed to have been originally formulated by Swiss…
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…in France speedwell became known as Thé d’Europe (Europe Tea), it was also a popular substitute for tea in Denmark, Germany and Sweden.
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…native to Northern Hemisphere including Russia, Germany, Finland and Sweden, The trees can reach a height of 20 metres. The leaves are very…
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…other impurities. Cleavers is still used in this way today in parts of Sweden. The Romans made use of cleavers it was a popular vegetable and salad…
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