Horrible Weed Or Miracle Herb ? A Review Of Bidens Pilosa

@inproceedings{Connelly2010HorribleWO,
  title={Horrible Weed Or Miracle Herb ? A Review Of Bidens Pilosa},
  author={P A Connelly},
  year={2010}
}
Patrice Connelly B. Nat Therapies (SCU), Dip. Nutrition, is a nutritionist, energetic healer and musician practising in Kilcoy, Qld. PO Box 272, Kilcoy QLD 4515. Telephone (07) 5422 0806. patrice@saraband.com.au. Amember of the Asteraceae family, the weed Bidens pilosa Linn. is found throughout the world, probably originating in South America. First noted in Linneus’s Species Plantarum (1753), this weed has acquired a variety of common names: cobblers pegs, grab-a-leg, Spanish needles… CONTINUE READING

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