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  wild carrot: Falling Mountain Artist Profile
Wild carrot's entertaining, honest and talent-laden performances have something for everyone and their growing reputation for high musicianship, professionalism and fun is making them a favorite on the national folk circuit.
Wild carrot spend much of their home time as part of the Muse Machine program, performing and giving songwriting workshops to elementary and middle school classes in 60 schools in the Dayton OH area.
wild carrot's debut recording is the duo's response to consistent and enthusiastic audience demand.
www.fallingmountain.com /wdcarrot.html   (683 words)

  
 The Wild Carrot - Queen Annes Lace
Queen Annes Lace is the wild progenitor of the domesticated carrot.
Wild Carrot leaves contain significant amounts of porphyrins, which stimulate the pituitary gland and lead to the release of increased levels of sex hormones, and stimulates the uterus.
Wild carrot may be controlled by herbicides at three stages of growth: overwintered plants with early pre-plant, pre-emergence or post--emergence herbicide applications; established plants with fall herbicide applications; and seedlings with pre-emergence or post-emergence herbicide applications.
www.carrotmuseum.co.uk /queen.html   (0 words)

  
 Carrot   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The carrot which comes to our table is the product of a long period of cultivation and is derived from its wild sister, the wild carrot.
Wild carrot is easy to distinguish from the other members of the large Umbelliferae family by having a few single flowers at the centre of the umbel which are deep purple in colour.
In conventional medicine carrots, in the form of the freshly grated root or juice, are used mainly for the treatment of nutritional disorders in babies, vitamin A deficiency and threadworms.
www.wala.de /english/pflanze/archiv/carrot.htm   (1085 words)

  
 Information on the herb carrot.
Wild carrot is traditionally used to treat kidney and bladder problems, especially for bladder gravel.
Including carrots (sativa) in a daily diet is reported to improve eyesight, especially night vision, as the functioning of the eye requires some of the nutritional components found in carrots.
Carrot seeds and carrot seed oil should not be used excessively during pregnancy and some susceptible individuals may also have a slight skin reaction to the oil.
www.ageless.co.za /herb-carrot.htm   (813 words)

  
 Carrot from Herbal Extracts Plus
Carrot may be found growing by the sea or in waysides, farmland, fields, roadsides and other open places, and it thrives in loose, sandy, well-drained, alkaline soil in sun or partial shade, possibly growing to a height of three feet; the cultivated variety is usually grown in heavily manured and fertilized loam or peat.
Carrot is a deeply penetrating root with several lateral rootlets and produces erect, hairy stems that branch into bipinnate leaves that give the appearance of an umbrella or bird's nest and frequently bears a tiny, bright red or deep purple flower.
Carrot is known to be one of the most nutritious and healthful vegetables and is included in many wholesome and nourishing juices, and recent studies have made it a popular ingredient in diets that are designed to fight malignant diseases or as a healthful supplement for cancer patients.
www.herbalextractsplus.com /carrot.cfm   (1178 words)

  
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Pamela Temple and Spencer Funk are the award-wining Cincinnati-based duo "wild carrot".
Wild carrot's entertaining, honest and moving performances have something for everyone.
A wild carrot is the same as Queen Anne's Lace.
www.wildcarrot.net   (0 words)

  
 Wild Carrot Product Warranty Policy
Wild Carrot and your maximum liability is limited to the purchase price you paid for product(s) plus interest as allowed by law.
Unless otherwise directed by Wild Carrot, Products returned for warranty verification shall be authorized by Wild Carrot in advance, shipped prepaid and insured and shall be accompanied by a detailed description of the alleged defect.
If inspection by Wild Carrot of the product(s) does not disclose any defect or non-conformance, any repairs made by Wild Carrot will be subject to a reasonable charge for parts, labor, and transportation.
www.wildcarrotcreations.com /warranty.html   (375 words)

  
 WeedAlert.com Weed Listing (Wild Violet)
The flowers of wild violet range from white to blue to purple and appear from March to June.
Wild violets are found throughout the United States, except for the Rocky Mountains.
Wild violets are more common where they are sold as ornamental ground covers.
www.weedalert.com /weed_pages/wa_wild_violet.htm   (182 words)

  
 Carrot
Over the years extracts from boiled wild carrots were used medicinally as a diuretic and to dissolve kidney stones.
Carrot soon escaped from gardens in America (as it had done in England) and reverted to the wild state that we know as Queen Anne's lace.
Carrot leaves contain significant amounts of porphyrins, which stimulate the pituitary gland and lead to the release of increased levels of sex hormones.
www.herbs2000.com /herbs/herbs_carrot.htm   (858 words)

  
 Carrot - Daucus carota - Viable Herbal Solutions   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Carrot is considered a biennial herb that grows an average of four to ten inches in length.
Raw Carrots are sometimes given to children for expelling worms, and the boiled roots, mashed to a pulp, are sometimes used as a cataplasm for application to ulcers.
Wild Carrot leaves contain significant amounts of porphyrins, which are said to stimulate the pituitary gland that are also thought to lead to the release of increased levels of sex hormones and stimulate the uterus.
www.viableherbalsolutions.com /singles/herbs/s820.htm   (986 words)

  
 botanical.com - A Modern Herbal | Carrot - Herb Profile and Information
Carrots are liable to attacks of grubs and insects, the upper part of the root being also attacked by the grub of a kind of fly, the best remedy being late sowing, to avoid the period at which these insects are evolved from the egg.
Carrot sugar, got from the inspissated juice of the roots, may be used at table, and is good for the coughs of consumptive children.
Carrots are also used in winter and spring in the dairy, to give colour and flavour to butter, and a dye similar to woad has been obtained from the leaves.
www.botanical.com /botanical/mgmh/c/carrot24.html   (2732 words)

  
 Carrot
Carrots are grown primarily for fresh consumption in salads, hors d'oeuvres, and as snacks and meal accompaniments.
Wild related type of carrots are found from the British Isles to NW China.
Carrot Weevil (Listronotus oregonensis) The white, legless larvae of this insect cause damage to the roots through feeding in zig-zag grooves and tunnels.
www.uga.edu /vegetable/carrot.html   (2504 words)

  
 Wild Carrot (Daucus carota)
There are forms of Wild Carrot where all of the flowers are light pink, light purple, or reddish purple; the latter color is particularly rare.
Wild Carrot doesn't begin blooming until mid-summer and usually occurs in mesic to dry areas, rather than wetlands.
Wild Carrot is an important source of the natural food dye, carotene, and for this reason has commercial importance.
www.illinoiswildflowers.info /weeds/plants/wild_carrot.htm   (893 words)

  
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The carrot is a variable annual or biennial plant from 1 to 3 feet tall with branching stems, fern-like leaves, and tiny white flowers that may turn purple in the center.
Carrot seed oil is used in aromatherapy for arthritis, gout, and menstrual problems as well as to improve digestion, to reduce toxins, and for liver regeneration.
The entire carrot plant can be consumed: the leaves can be eaten in salads, wild carrot flower clusters are fried as a gourmet treat, and an alcoholic tincture of seeds is used in French liqueurs.
www.herbalgram.org /youngliving/hmbc/default.asp?h=Carrot   (1148 words)

  
 Herbs for fertility - red clover - birth control - wild carrot - Susun Weed - herbal medicine
Wild carrot (Daucus carota), better known as Queen Anne's lace, is such a common roadside plant that most people are amazed to learn that it is a proven anti-fertility herb.
In addition to being the wild cousin of carrot, it is related to parsley, dill, caraway, anise, celery, cumin, and a (now extinct) plant whose seeds were the birth-control of choice for many a classical Greek or Roman woman.
The aromatic seeds of wild carrot are collected in the fall and eaten (a heaping teaspoonful a day) to prevent the implantation of a fertilized egg.
www.susunweed.com /Article_Fertility_Herbs.htm   (1612 words)

  
 WeedAlert.com Weed Listing (Wild Carrot)
Wild carrot, or Queen Anne's Lace, is a biennial.
Wild carrot is found in the eastern half of the United States, from southern Canada to Northern Florida.
Make your postemergent herbicide application to wild carrot that is actively growing and in the rosette to flower stage of growth.
www.weedalert.com /weed_pages/wa_wild_carrot.htm   (150 words)

  
 weeds of the carrot family Apiaceae
Wild carrot is becoming an increasing problem in the valley.
Wild carrot is a biennial that develops a rosette the first year and flower stalks the second.
Flower stalks on wild carrot are lower growing than those mentioned above (up to 3 feet tall), and generally contain only a single flower cluster per stalk with little branching (in contrast to poison hemlock).
oregonstate.edu /dept/nursery-weeds/feature_articles/carrot_family/weeds_of_the_carrot_family_Apiaceae.html   (589 words)

  
 Wild Carrot Herbals "Resist the Urge to Eat it..."
Wild Carrot Herbals has been approved by Co-op America and is now listed in the National Green Pages.
If you prefer to speak with Wild Carrot Herbals regarding which products are right for you, please feel free to contact us for your personal consultation.
Wild Carrot Herbals products are proudly available at retail locations throughout the country.
www.wildcarrotherbals.com /comersus6f/store/comersus_index.asp   (0 words)

  
 Carrot Seed Oil Wild Carrot Seed Essential Oil
Carrot Seed Essential Oil is steam distilled from the seeds of organically grown Wild Carrot - aka Queen Anne's Lace - considered a 'common roadside weed'!
Carrot seed is a premier skin healing oil - regularly included in blends for dry and mature skin.
Carrot seed oil is also said to rejuvenate the energy of the solar plexus, and to be relieving of fatige.
www.synergyessentialoils.com /carrotseedoilpd78.php   (178 words)

  
 The Wild Horses of Carrot Island
The islands that make up what is now the reserve are Town Marsh, Bird Shoal, Carrot Island and Horse Island, though folks debate where one leaves off and another begins, depending on the tides.
The horses are compact and naturally small, usually less than 14 hands high, and their rugged appearance is a result of living in the wild.
The people who work for the estuarine reserve do not feed the ponies because to do so would affect their status as wild animals.
www.insiders.com /crystalcoast/sb-kidstuff.htm   (0 words)

  
 Wild Carrot Paper
A Carrot, Daucus carota sativus, had over wintered and was a 18" bushy thing.
I snatched out while weeding before realizing what it might be, but the fragrant roots were small and white.
From Gin Petty, papermaker extraordinaire, other sources for plant fibers that make green-green paper: Kentucky bluegrass (Poa pratensis), gill-over-the-ground (Glechoma hederacea), wild garlic (Allium vineale), barnyard grass (Echinochloa crusgalli), common violet leaves and stems (Viola sororia), spiderwort (Tradescantia virginiana) and Johnsongrass (Sorghum halepense).
www.artfarm.com /carrot.html   (0 words)

  
 Farmer Mark's at Bristol's Farm (Wild Carrot Farms, LLC) | Home
Farmer Mark's at Bristol's Farm (Wild Carrot Farms, LLC)
Farmer Mark continues the farming tradition at Bristol's Farm in Canton, CT, growing and selling the very finest and freshest produce.
Bristol's Farm Leased and Operated by Farmer Mark, Wild Carrot Farm, LLC
www.wildcarrotfarm.com   (0 words)

  
 Wild Carrot Fine Crafted Fir Mahogany Wood and Glass Home and Garden Products
Wild Carrot Fine Crafted Fir Mahogany Wood and Glass Home and Garden Products
Like the Wild Carrot in nature, not all things are immediately apparent until you dig a little.
Don't forget to move the mouse over pictures for some surprises.
wildcarrotcreations.com /launchpad.html   (0 words)

  
 Wild Carrot TV - Home   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Hello my name is Katch and as the head carrot of Wild Carrot Creations, let me offer a hearty welcome to the lighter side of our company.
My goal is for you to have fun and enjoy your experience at Wild Carrot TV.
You will also have the opportunity to create a personalized W.I.L.D. motto that can be imprinted on your favorite clothing article for any special or daily occasion.
www.wildcarrot.tv /launchpad.php   (230 words)

  
 Control of Problem Weeds: Wild Carrot   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Wild carrot (also called Queen Anne's lace) is a biennial weed that is becoming more of a problem in continuous no-tillage cropping systems.
Some wild carrot populations in Ohio are resistant to 2,4-D. Wheat Stubble.
Preplant application of Canopy XL will suppress wild carrot, especially when mixed with 2,4-D ester (if the wild carrot population is not resistant to 2,4-D).
ohioline.osu.edu /b789/b789_79.html   (440 words)

  
 Controlling Wild Carrot
Wild carrot is usually found in undisturbed habitats such as continuous no-tillage crop production, roadsides and railways, fencerows, fallow fields, waterways, ditches, pastures, hay fields, lawns and around buildings.
Wild carrot may be controlled by herbicides at three stages of growth: overwintered plants with early preplant, preemergence or postemergence herbicide applications; established plants with fall herbicide applications; and seedlings with preemergence or postemergence herbicide applications.
Over half of wild carrot populations tested in the Midwest had at least one plant that was resistant to 2,4-D. This indicates that resistance of wild carrot to 2,4-D is widespread throughout the Midwest.
www.weedresearch.com /Articles/5050.HTM   (1834 words)

  
 Wild Carrot weed bio at MSU Turf Weeds.net
Wild carrot (Queen Anne's-lace) is a biennial that forms a carrot-like taproot that allows it to survive the harsh, gravely, nutrient deficient conditions that it thrives in.
Because wild carrot is a biennial it relies on exposed soil for germinating seed.
Wild carrot is a common progression weed in fields that have previously been tilled and will often dominate in the second year of no tillage.
www.msuturfweeds.net /details/_/wild_carrot_21   (337 words)

  
 Carrot Seed Oil
Hystory, Folklore and Myth: The carrot is said to have originated in Afganistan, was known to the Greeks and Romans and has now spread throughout Europe.
In France, in the sixteenth century, carrots were prescribed for their carminative (relieves and promotes the expulsion of flatus or gas from the gastro-intestinal tract), stomachic (strengthens, stimulates, or tones the stomach) and hepatic (stimulates and aids function of liver and gallbladder) properties.
Properties and Uses: Carrot seed oil is diuretic (Increases the secretion and flow of urine) and hepatic, acts as a blood, liver and kidney cleanser and is useful for jaundice and hepatitis.
www.cherylsherbs.com /Essential_oil_profile_carrot_seed.htm   (622 words)

  
 Wild Carrot
Cultivation: Wild Carrot is easy to grow, it prefers a sunny position and a well-drained neutral to alkaline soil.
In its second year, from a taproot (the carrot) stems grows to a height of two to four feet or more, they are erect and branched, both stems and leaves are covered with short coarse hairs.
Properties: Wild Carrot is edible and medicinal, root is edible cooked or raw, flower clusters can be french-fried for a carrot-flavored, quite attractive dish.
www.naturesherbal.com /Wild_Carrot.htm   (721 words)

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