Aristolochia

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See also: aristolochia

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From Latin aristolochia, from Ancient Greek, άριστος ‎(áristos, best) + λοχεία ‎(lokheía, childbirth, childbed). In ancient times the plant was thought to be effective against infections caused by childbirth.

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Aristolochia f

  1. A taxonomic genus within the family Aristolochiaceae—over 500 species of shrubs and herbs, many having medicinal properties.

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