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English: Crocus sativus, Iridaceae, Saffron Crocus, dried carpels; Staatliches Museum für Naturkunde Karlsruhe, Germany. The dried carpel (the spice saffron) is used in homeopathy as remedy: Crocus (Croc.)
Deutsch: Crocus sativus, Iridaceae, Safran, getrocknete Griffel; Staatliches Museum für Naturkunde Karlsruhe, Deutschland. Der getrocknete Griffel (das Gewürz Safran) wird in der Homöopathie als Arzneimittel verwendet: Crocus (Croc.)
Date 10 March 2010
Source Own work
Author H. Zell

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