TansyLatin name:Tanacetum vulgare
Can be poisonous!
The plant has a rootstock which gets in everywhere, upright stalks and sharp, feathery, lacinate leaves with en vague smell of Rosemary. It has clusters of flat, mustard-yellow flower heads.
The parts above ground are used poultices for bruises, rheumatism and varicose veins. Earlier it's been used as a vermifuge, and a stomach strengthening agent (seeds).
The Tansy can also be used as a coloring, and gives a pretty green color.
Parts above ground are collected during bloom.
Cleansing Incense II