What is aspirin made from?
Is aspirin produced by plants?
What plant is used in aspirin?
Is aspirin found in nature?
The word “aspirin” wasn’t a coincidence. It comes from Spiraea, a biological genus of shrubs that includes natural sources of the drug’s key ingredient: salicylic acid. This acid, resembling what’s in modern-day aspirin, can be found in jasmine, beans, peas, clover and certain grasses and trees.
Is there a natural aspirin?
Is aspirin good for houseplants?
What plant is ibuprofen derived from?
Is aspirin still made from willow bark?
Does aspirin help rooting?
How do you mix aspirin for plants?
Is aspirin good for cucumber plants?
Can I plant cuttings straight into soil?
How much aspirin do you give a tomato plant?
Can Aloe Vera be used as a rooting hormone?
Aloe Vera is a wonderful and yet simple rooting hormone. Use fresh aloe gel from inside the aloe vera leaves. Simply cut a thick aloe leaf from one of your plants, and scrape out the gel. Blend the gel in the blender with a little water to form a thick slurry and use it for rooting or cloning.