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B listings of Popular Herbs ✵B listing of popular herbs gives an introduction to herbs: Balm, Barberry, Barley(and Barley Grass), Basil, Bay(sweet), Bayberry, Bee Pollen, Beta-Carotene, Betel Nut, Bilberry, Birch, Bitter Melon, Bitter Orange, Blackberry, Blackcohosh, Black currant, Black Pepper, Black Sesame Seed, Black Haw, Black Walnut, Blessed Thistle, Bogbean, Boldo, Boneset, Borage, Boswellin, Bromelain, Broom, Buchu, Bugleweed, Burdock root, Butcher's Broom.

 ✵There are Totally [29] kinds of herbs, [1] kinds of vitamin supplements, [34+7] kinds of related plant species, [1] kinds of related insect species, are recorded and introduced, till the date April 5th, 2022.

A-to-Z listings of Popular Herbs.

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  Among above herbs, Barley, Betel Nut, Bugleweed, Burdock fruit are introduced in TCM herbalism.

 Balm Brief Introduction: Melissa officinalis is an important economic plant in its production area, and it is used as a stimulant or laxative. Its decoction has long been commonly used in families in its production area, and it is mostly used to treat headaches and toothache. It is also a good honey source plant; It is also rich in vitamin C, which is mostly used in food processing, seasoning, and winemaking. The plant is rich in aromatic oil, the main component of which is citral, which is a good aromatic oil plant.more introduction to Balm

 Barberry Brief Introduction: The Berberis vulgaris is native to central and Southern Europe, it is cultivated for its fruits in many countries.more introduction to Barberry

 Basil Brief Introduction: The common sweet basil, Ocimum basilicum is an annual aromatic plant, it is widely grown because of its pleasant spicy odor and taste. Basil is a bushy aromatic annual with brittle branched stems and grows up to 60 cm tall. There are large and dwarf types of basil with oval, shiny, fleshy and fragile, dark green, or purple, variegated leaves, some of which are ornamentals.more introduction to Basil

 Bay Brief Introduction: The Laurus nobilis is a small, aromatic flowering evergreen tree that is widely cultivated but notoriously difficult to grow. The dried leathery dark green leaves and shiny black berries are used medicinally, the leaves and branches produce an essential oil by steam distillation.more introduction to Bay

 Bayberry Brief Introduction: Bayberry is used both in the garden and for candle making, as well as a medicinal plant. Myrica cerifera is a deciduous shrub that can grow up to 9 meters tall. It is harvested from the wild for local use as food, medicine, and a source of materials.more introduction to Bayberry
Bee Pollen.

 Bee Pollen Brief Introduction: Bee pollen is the pollen collected by worker bees from the flowers of certain seed-bearing plants. True bee pollen also contains the insect's saliva and some plant nectar. Bee harvesters retrieve the pollen directly from the hive or from special wire-mesh, netlike traps that brush against the leg of worker bees as they enter the beehive.more introduction to Bee Pollen

 Beta-Carotene Brief Introduction: Beta-carotene is a precursor of vitamin A, it is converted into a vitamin in the body, since ancient, humans have been getting beta-carotene from foods, carrots, broccoli, leafy green vegetables, squash, and cantaloupe are a few of the particularly rich sources.more introduction to Beta-Carotene

 Bilberry Brief Introduction: Bilberry is a thickly branched, deciduous shrub, that belongs to the same plant family as cranberry and American blueberry. Its juicy, black, coarsely wrinkled berries contain purple meat and multiple brownish-red seeds. It is a flowering perennial and can be found in woods, and forest meadows across northeast Asia, Europe, and parts of North America. Both the dried berries and the oval leaves are used medicinally.more introduction to Bilberry

 Birch Brief Introduction: There are some forty species of birch around the world. The trees and shrubs of this genus all have a smooth outer grain and distinctive, close-grained wood. The leaves and bark have been used in various cultures over the years as a traditional remedy.more introduction to Birch
Bitter Melon.

 Bitter Melon Brief Introduction: Bitter melon is a green cucumber-shaped fruit with gourd-like bumps all over it. It looks like an ugly, light-green cucumber. The fruit should be firm, like a cucumber. And it tastes very bitter. Although the seeds, leaves, and vines of Momordica charantia have all been used, the fruit is the safest and most prevalent part of the plant used medicinally.more introduction to Bitter Melon
Bitter Orange.

 Bitter Orange Brief Introduction: Citrus aurantium is an evergreen tree that bears scented flowers and very bitter, sour fruit. It is native to China, it is cultivated in many parts of the world, including North America. The part most commonly used medicinally is then carefully dried, spicy, bitter-tasting fruit peel with the spongy inner white part removed.more introduction to Bitter Orange

 Blackberry Brief Introduction: Virtually all parts of this prickly and vigorous flowering bush, from the dried root bark and palm-shaped leaves to the juicy blue-black berries, have been used medicinally. Blackberry, part of the same botanical family as strawberries and roses, grows wild across most of North America.more introduction to Blackberry

 Blackcohosh Brief Introduction: Contemporary uses of black cohosh are primarily guided toward the treatment of symptoms of menopause, such as hot flashes, and menopausal anxiety and depression. From some modern knowledge viewpoint, there are certain new findings of black cohosh applications and identified opinions, some of them are contradicting.more introduction to Blackcohosh
Black currant.

 Black currant Brief Introduction: This thornless shrub belongs to the red currant family. It has wrinkly lobed leaves with distinctive yellow dots on the underside, small bell-shaped flowers, and brownish-black fruits that are widely used in jams, liqueurs, and juices. The leaves and berries are used medicinally.more introduction to Black currant
Black Pepper.

 Black Pepper Brief Introduction: Black pepper is the dried berries of Piper nigrum, the dried berry-like fruit is freed from the pericarp, and collected before maturing. Dried black pepper is a common spice in European-style dishes. Since ancient times, black pepper has highly value for its dual value in seasoning and medicine. The fragrance of black pepper comes from its piperine. Black pepper, often referred to as "pepper", is one of the most widely used spices in the world.more introduction to Black Pepper
Black Sesame Seed.

 Black Sesame Seed Brief Introduction: Sesame is a flowering plant in the genus Sesamum. The precise natural origin of the species is unknown, although numerous wild relatives occur in Africa and a smaller number in India. It is widely naturalized in tropical regions around the world and is cultivated for its edible seeds.more introduction to Black Sesame Seed
Black Haw.

 Black Haw Brief Introduction: Black haw is a native herb of North America, it was used by Native American women to prevent miscarriage, relieve menstrual pain and other syndromes. The bark and the root are used medicinally. The herb is a natural source of salicin and tannins.more introduction to Black Haw
Black Walnut.

 Black Walnut Brief Introduction: Black Walnut is the nuts of Juglans nigra, a native tree that grows in central and east of the United States, there are no recognized subspecies, varieties, or forms. Black walnut and butternut (Juglans cinerea) often grow together, but never cross naturally.more introduction to Black Walnut
Blessed Thistle.

 Blessed Thistle Brief Introduction: Blessed Thistle is the above ground parts of Cnicus benedictus, once dried, are used medicinally. In Europe, the dried leaves and upper stems, including the inflorescence, and the flowering parts of the plant are used.more introduction to Blessed Thistle

 Bogbean Brief Introduction: Menyanthes trifoliata is a perennial plant that can grow up to 0.25 meters tall. It is harvested from the wild for local use as food and medicine. The large, three-part, grayish-green leaves emerge off a jointed, creeping underground stem. Spikelike clusters of dense pink and white flowers appear in late spring. The dried leaves and occasionally the dried roots are used medicinally.more introduction to Bogbean

 Boldo Brief Introduction: Boldo is the dried leaves of a native Chilean evergreen shrub, Peumus boldus, the leaves are pungently spicy, it is naturalized in Europe and North America too.more introduction to Boldo

 Boneset Brief Introduction: Eupatorium perfoliatum is a native plant of the United States, the whole above-ground part is used, it got the name Boneset due to historical use in the treatment of dengue fever or breakbone fever.more introduction to Boneset

 Borage Brief Introduction: Borage is a characteristic multi-purpose aromatic plant, which has many functions such as food, herb, ornamental, beauty, and health care. Borage is a honey source plant, fresh leaves are used as vegetables in Europe, and fresh and dried leaves can also be used to flavor stews, soups, and drinks.more introduction to Borage

 Boswellin Brief Introduction: Boswellin is the gummy resin from the bark of Boswellia serrata, the resin is extracted and purified for use, and the oleogum resin is obtained by incision or produced by spontaneous exudation from the stem and branches of Boswellia serrata Roxb. The specific name, serrata, comes from serra, a saw, referring to the toothed leaf margins.more introduction to Boswellin

 Bromelain Brief Introduction: Bromelain is a pure natural plant protease made from the peel, stem, core, and other parts of pineapple fruit by biotechnology. Its molecular weight is 33,000, and it belongs to sulfhydryl protease, which can carry out various biochemical reactions such as protein hydrolysis. Bromelain is a natural, non-toxic, harmless, sanitary, and safe protease.more introduction to Bromelain

 Broom Brief Introduction: Broom is a large shrub with golden-yellow butterfly-like flowers, it is native to Europe, Western and Central Asia, and the herb and flower are used.more introduction to Broom

 Buchu Brief Introduction: Buchu is a traditional herb from South Africa, there are round leaf buchu, oval leaf buchu, and longleaf buchu, the herb was used traditionally for stomach complaints, and today it is advised to be used in foods or as a taste or aroma enhancer.more introduction to Buchu
Burdock root.

 Burdock root Brief Introduction: Burdock root is a traditional herb used since the Middle Ages of Europe as a diuretic and to purify blood, or even used for syphilis.more introduction to Burdock root
Butcher's Broom.

 Butchers Broom Brief Introduction: Butcher's Broom is traditionally used for hemorrhoids and poor leg circulation, varicose vein syndrome, it is the dried fleshy root and rhizome of Ruscus aculeatus.more introduction to Butchers Broom

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