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Latin NameCommon NameEdibility RatingMedicinal Rating
Dictamnus albusBurning Bush, Gasplant, White Dittany,23
Viscum albumMistletoe, European mistletoe13
Paeonia officinalisPeony, Common peony12
Aethusa cynapiumFool's Parsley11
Centella asiaticaGotu Kola, Spadeleaf25
Senecio vulgarisGroundsel12
Convallaria majalisLily Of The Valley, European lily of the valley13
Cannabis sativaHemp, Marijuana44
Artemisia vulgarisMugwort, Common wormwood, Felon Herb, Chrysanthemum Weed, Wild Wormwood23
Scutellaria laterifloraVirginian Skullcap, Blue skullcap03
Ailanthus altissimaTree Of Heaven13
Valeriana officinalisValerian, Garden valerian23
Taxus baccataYew, English yew, Common Yew34
Aniba rosaeodoraBrazilian Rosewood, Rosewood-oil tree23
Artocarpus altilisBreadfruit54
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