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Distribution in Egypt

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Mareotic Sector, Isthmic Desert (Location: Maghara), Galala Desert, Libyan Desert, Mountainous Southern Sinai.

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Global Distribution

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Southern Russia, Balkans, Mediterranean region, Sinai, Arabia, Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan, Somalia.

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Habitat

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Stony ground, desert wadis.

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Life Expectancy

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Perennial.

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Size

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Height: 10-40 cm.

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Teucrium polium

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Teucrium polium, known popularly as felty germander, is a sub-shrub and herb native to the western Mediterranean region (Albania, Spain, France, Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia).[1] Its flowers are small and range from pink to white, and its leaves are used in cooking and for medicine.

Traditional medicine

Teucrium polium is used for various supposed treatments in traditional medicine, although it has potential for causing liver toxicity.[2]

References

  1. ^ Kew World Checklist of Selected Plant Families
  2. ^ "Germander". LiverTox, US National Library of Medicine. 16 October 2017. Retrieved 9 November 2017.
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Teucrium polium: Brief Summary

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Teucrium polium, known popularly as felty germander, is a sub-shrub and herb native to the western Mediterranean region (Albania, Spain, France, Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia). Its flowers are small and range from pink to white, and its leaves are used in cooking and for medicine.

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