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Titera’s Tidbit: Pennyroyal
The common name of Mentha pulegium, a kind of mint, represents a little reputation-cleaning somewhere in history, “penny” having been substituted for pulegium, which means “relating to fleas”. The “royal” part of the name supposedly derives from the noble European households where “pennyroyal” was cultivated for a major medieval task – namely killing fleas by means for the plant’s natural pesticides.
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