name of herbs

name of herbs


Please the english for Boton De Oro (En Ramas)
Cambia Rumbo (En Ramus)Cordovan (En Hojas)

updated OCT 28, 2009
posted by Clarise

1 Answer



Boton De Oro is known as Melampodium divaricatum in Latin, in English it would be called Butter Daisy.

Cambia Rumbo is something I am not familiar with. I understand the term means change direction. Wild Lettuce or Lactuca virosa is sometimes called the compass plant because the leaves of the herb will follow the sun as it moves. However, I am getting the impression your question is related to certain herbal magick.

If this is the case I am not sure what may be used in commercial products for this use.

Cordovan in Latin is tradescantia spathacea in English, Moses-in-the-Cradle. It is an herb native to Mexico.

This was my best effort to help. I hope it answers the question.

updated OCT 28, 2009
posted by Valeriekaygo1
Wow! I am really impressed with your knowledge! - mountaingirl123, OCT 28, 2009
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