BENEFITS OF SWEET WOODRUFF
Also referred to as the master of the woods, woodruff or wild baby’s breath, the sweet woodruff usually grows approximately 12–20 inches long, before spreading flat on the ground with yellowish stringy underground runners that forms a sturdy mat that is capable of choking other feeble plants.
1. Medicinal Benefits
2. Fragrance Purpose
3. Repellent Purposes
4. Culinary Purposes
5. Treatment of Cuts and Wounds
6. Antiarthritic Properties
7. Bactericidal Properties
10. Blood Purifier
11. Relaxation of the Nervous System
12. Treatment of Cold and Chest Congestion
13. Textile Dyeing
14. Laxative Properties
15. Sweet Woodruff Warning
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