A perennial plant (Spigelia marilandica) indigenous to the southeast US having flowers with a tubular corolla that is red exterior and yellow inside. The rhizomes and origins were as soon as utilized as a vermifuge. Also referred to as wormgrass.
A perennial united states herb (Spigelia marilandica), often cultivated for the showy purple blossoms.
An annual South American and West Indian plant (Spigelia anthelmia).
the source of Spigelia marilandica or Spigelia anthelmia, utilized as a powerful vermifuge.
The root of Spigelia Marilandica, made use of as a robust vermifuge; also, compared to Spigelia Anthelmia. See definition 2 (below).
A perennial us natural herb (Spigelia Marilandica), sometimes cultivated because of its showy purple blossoms. Called additionally Carolina pink, Maryland pinkroot, and worm lawn.
a yearly Southern American and western Indian plant (Spigelia Anthelmia).
the main of Carolina or Indian red, Spigelia Marilandica, a well-known vermifuge officinal in the United States: in large doses narcotic-poisonous.
The plant it self, an herb with showy flowers, purple outside, yellow inside, typical southward in the us. Also called Maryland pinkroot and worm-grass.