Queen Anne’s Lace
Scientific name: Daucus carota
Common Name: It is commonly called as wild carrot. It has features like wild carrot in several respects like if you excavate the roots of it would smell just like the ordinary carrots that we all believe of nowadays! “Queen Anne’s Lace,” name comes from the lacey arrangement of the flowers, which just so occurred to be very accepted in Europe approximately … you estimated it, Queen Anne’s rule.
Habitat: Queen Anne’s Lace is biennial plant that flourishes around 3 to 4 feet tall in its wild condition.
Its vegetation is alternate around the stem and is frequently fern-like in look. Part Used: Root, seed
Queen Anne’s Lace has long been said to be used for its therapeutic properties. The seeds of Queen Anne’s Lace can be very useful for treating prostatitis and cystitis. The roots of this plant have vitamin in abundance and the juice is called to have anti-cancer properties as well the root juice is perfect for treating itchy skin.
WARNING: Be very cautious with Queen Anne’s Lace. While it may not be poisonous itself but it looks alike to Western Water Hemlock and Poison Hemlock.