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The Witches Garden has the largest collection of Medical Plants in Australia & is dedicated to preserving their history and folklore.

AJUGA ‘Bugle’

Once called the ‘Carpenter’s herb’ for it’s use in staunching bleeding. Nicholas Culpeper in 1652 praised the herb when taken as a decoction of leaves & flowers as an internal wound healer. Mrs. Grieve, a herbalist in 1931 said it lowered the pulse rate & equalised the circulation.

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