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     (A gelatine substitute)
    • Gelatine  + (A gelatine substitute.)
    • Jelly  + (A good fruit for jelly. Generally it will contain a sufficient amount of pectin to jellify easily.)
    • Balsamic  + (A healing and soothing agent)
    • Fuel  + (A material used as an energy source, often through combustion.)
    • Aperient  + (A mild laxative)
    • Poultice  + (A moist, usually warm or hot, mass of plant material applied to the skin in the treatment of burns etc)
    • Sweetener  + (A part of the plant can be used as a sweetener.)
    • Fried  + (A part of the plant is good when fried.)
    • Coffee substitute  + (A part of this plant can be roasted as a coffee substitute.)
    • Antiscorbutic  + (A plant rich in vitamin C that is used to counteract scurvy)
    • Homeopathy  + (A plant used in homeopathic treatments)
    • Cultivar  + (A plant variety produced and cultivated by selective breeding. Designated by a cultivar epiteth enclosed in quotes following the species binomial name. Eg Brassica oleracea 'January King')
    • Tree  + (A plant which forms a permanent woody growth above ground. A tree has a single main stem, or trunk, from which additional stems, or branches, grow. Trees can be evergreen or deciduous.)
    • Perennial  + (A plant which lives for more than two years. While often used to describe only herbaceous perennials, the term applies equally to woody plants like shrubs and trees. It is used in contrast with the terms annual and biennial.)
    • Hydrogogue  + (A purgative that causes an abundant watery discharge)
    • Latex  + (A source of rubber.)
    • Manna  + (A sticky, edible substance made from plant sap.)
    • Cathartic  + (A strong laxative but less violent than a purgative)
    • Pectin  + (A substance that is used to thicken jams etc and as a culture medium in laboratories.)
    • Raffia  + (A substitute for that material.)
    • Jam  + (A sweet fruit preserve, usually made by boiling and reducing the fruit and adding sugar.)
    • Fruit leather  + (A sweet snack made from dehydrated fruit pulp.)
    • Vegetable  + (A term often used to describe a part of a plant consumed as part of a main meal, often savory in flavour.)
    • Cardiotonic  + (A tonic for the heart)
    • Uterine tonic  + (A tonic for the uterus. See also oxytoxic)
    • Besom  + (A type of broom.)
    • Lacquer  + (A type of varnish.)
    • Shrub  + (A woody plant bearing multiple stems from the ground. It also represents an ecosystem niche of plants which can be grown in such a form.)
    • Diuretic  + (Acts on the kidneys, promoting the flow of urine)
    • Hepatic  + (Acts on the liver (for better or worse!))
    • Agroforestry  + (Agroforestry is an integrated approach of Agroforestry is an integrated approach of using the interactive benefits from combining trees and shrubs with crops and/or livestock. It combines agricultural and forestry technologies to create more diverse, productive, profitable, healthy, and sustainable land-use systems. A narrow definition of agroforestry is "trees on farms".ition of agroforestry is "trees on farms".)
    • Stomachic  + (Aids and improves the action of the stomach)
    • Digestive  + (Aids digestion)
    • Antibiotic  + (An agent that inhibits or destroys a living organism. It usually refers to bacteria or other micro-organisms and is probably synonymous with Antibacterial)
    • Antifungal  + (An agent that inhibits or destroys fungi. Used in the treatment of various fungal problems such as candida)
    • Tannin  + (An astringent substance obtaied from plants, it is used medicinally, as a dye and mordant, stabilizer in pesticide etc.)
    • Styptic  + (An astringent that stops bleeding by contracting the blood vessels)
    • Incense  + (Aromatic plants that can be burnt to impart a pleasant smell, repel insects and disinfect closed areas.)
    • Pot-pourri  + (Aromatic plants used to impart a pleasant smell to an area. Can this be grouped with incense or essential oil?)