Definition of Arctium lappa
1. Noun. Burdock having heart-shaped leaves found in open woodland, hedgerows and rough grassland of Europe (except extreme N) and Asia Minor; sometimes cultivated for medicinal and culinary use.
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Literary usage of Arctium lappa
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1. An Illustrated Flora of the Northern United States, Canada and the British by Nathaniel Lord. Britton, Hon. Addison. Brown (1913)
"Type species : arctium lappa L. Bracts of the involucre densely cottony ; heads corymbose. ... arctium lappa L. Great Bur, Burdock or Clotbur. Fig. 4634. ..."
2. Popular field botany: Containing a Familiar and Technical Description of the by Agnes Catlow (1848)
"... arctium lappa. Common Burdock. Common on waste places and way-sides, growing three or four feet high, with very large lower leaves, ..."
3. Materia Medica and Special Therapeutics of the New Remedies by Edwin Moses Hale (1875)
"arctium lappa. From time immemorial, this plant has been used as a "blood purifier" in domestic practice. It grows in nearly every country, ..."
4. Characteristics of the Homoeopathic Materia Medica by Melford Eugene Douglass (1900)
"arctium lappa. First proven by Dr. Jacob Jeanes. Burdock. Tincture of the root and seeds. Head. — Eruptions on the head, face and neck. Tinea capitis. ..."