Kinh Lay Cha in English

September 13, 2021
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botanical Teloxys ambrosioides (L.) WA Weber, Dysphania ambrosioides (L.) Mosyakin & Clemants
pharmaceutical Herba Chenopodii ambrosioidis
Catalan Te bord, Te fals
臭杏 [chau hahng]
Chau hahng
臭杏 [chòu xìng], 土荆芥 [tǔ jīng jiè]
Chou xing, Tu jing jie
Croatian Cjelolista loboda
Czech Merlík, Merlík vonný
Dutch Welriekende ganzenvoet, Amerikaans wormzaad, Wormkruid, Wormzaad
English Skunkweed, Wormseed, Mexican beverage, western Indian goosefoot, Jerusalem parsley, Hedge mustard, Sweet pigweed
Estonian Ürt-hanemalts
Finnish Sitruunasavikka
French Épazote, Thé du Mexique
German Mexicanischer Traubentee, Mexicanisches Teekraut, Karthäusertee, Jesuitentee, Wohlriechender Gänsefuß
Hebrew כף-אווז ריחנית
Kaf-Avaz reyhanit (?)
Hindi सुगंध वस्तूका
Sugandha vastuka
Hungarian Mirhafű, Libatop
Italian Ambrosia, Farinello aromatico
Japanese アメリカアリタソウ, ケアリタソウ, エパソーテ
Amerika-ritasō, Amerika-ritaso, Kea-ritasō, Kearitaso, Epasōte, Epasote
Kannada Kadavoma
Korean 에파조테, 토형개, 양명아주, 냄새명아주
Epajote, Tohyeonggae, Tohyonggae, Yang-myeongaju, Yang-myongaju; Naemsaem-yeongaju, Naemsaem-yongaju (Chenopodium ambrosoides var. anthelminticum)
Lithuanian Vaistinė balanda
Malayalam കടുഅയമോദകം, ചെള്ളു കൊല്ലി
Kadu-ayamodagam, Chellu-kolli
Mizo Buarchhimtir
Manipuri (Meitei-Lon) মোনশাওবী মানবী
ꯃꯣꯅꯁꯥꯎꯕꯤ ꯃꯥꯅꯕꯤ
Nepali रातो लट्टe
Rato latte
Norwegian Sitronmelde
Polish Komosa piżmowa
Portuguese Erva-formigueira, Formigueira; Erva-de-santa-maria, Mastruço, Mastruz, Mentruz (Brazil)
Romanian Tămâiță (Tămâiţă), Tămâioară, Spanac tămâios
Russian Эпазот, Марь амброзиевидная
Epazot, Mar ambrozievidnaya
Slovak Mrlík voňavý
Slovenian Dišeča metlika, Vratič
Spanish Yerba de Santa Maria, Epazote
Swedish Citronmålla
Turkish Meksika çayı
Vietnamese Câ đầu giun, Câ dầu hôi, Thổr kinh giới, Dầu giun, Rau muối dại, Kinh giới đất
Ca dau giun, Ca dau hoi, Thor kinh gioi, Dau giun, Rau muoi dai, Kinh gioi dat
Yiddish שמוכטיקע גענדזן־לאָפּקע, װערעם־זױמען
Shmukhtike gendzn-lopke, Werem-soymen

Epazote plant

Leaf and plants of epazote

Leaves, plants and unripe fruits; the latter possess strongest taste. Most of these would be best utilized fresh, but considering that the fresh natural herb is present only for people that have unique garden, the dried herb is also typical. Its aroma is still satisfactory.

The seeds contain much more gas (about 1percent) and they are mainly utilized for their vermifuge powers (see below).

Chenopodi­aceae (goose-foot household).

Epazote’s scent is strong, but hard to explain. Folks would usually compare it with (in no particular order) citrus, petroleum, savory, mint or putty. I believe it smells like epazote.

Remember that you will find various chemotypes; i've seen flowers that indeed posses an energizing citrus odour (see in addition lemon myrtle for a survey of lemon-scented plants), but in my regular plants I could maybe not get a hold of any citrus high quality (others could, amazingly, before I told them exactly what the plant had been likely to smell like).

Epazote inflorescence

Epazote flowers

All aerial plant parts contain an important oil (0.7% in the leaves, 2.5% in the unripe fresh fruits) which will be consists of numerous mono­terpenoids (α-pinene, α-phell­andrene, thymol, myrcene, -cymene, terpinene, campher, trans-isocarveol) and ascaridole, a mono­terpenoid peroxide. Natural oils from Latin American plants usually contain com­paratively less ascaridole (10%), while many mono­terpenoids (limonene, trans-isocarveol, α-pinene, α-phell­andren) may reach degrees of 30percent and much more; this leads to a less intensive, but complex flavor. On the reverse side, flowers cultivated in Europe or Asia have actually a much stronger flavor as a result of the high quantities of ascaridol (70percent, one source also states 86percent).

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