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A bad-smelling gum resin obtained from various Asian plants (genus Ferula) of the umbel family: it was formerly used to treat some illnesses or, in folk medicine, to repel disease
Any of various aromatic plants of the mint family, as the lemon balm
An aromatic annual herb (Ocimum basilicum) in the mint family, native to Asia and Africa and widely cultivated for its leaves.
A biennial Eurasian herb (Carum carvi) in the parsley family, having finely divided leaves and clusters of small, white or pinkish flowers.
An Asian herb (Elettaria cardamomum) of the ginger family
The capital city of French Guiana.
A dish made with this fruit and other ingredients, such as beans and beef; chili con carne.
The seedlike fruit of this plant, used whole or ground as a flavoring for food and as a seasoning, as in curry powder.
A small herb (Cuminum cyminum) of the umbel family, bearing umbels of small, white or rose flowers
The seeds or leaves
A spice, usually ground, made from the dried outer covering of the nutmeg seed
The hard, aromatic seed of an East Indian tree (Myristica fragrans) of the nutmeg family: it is grated and used as a spice, and its outer covering yields the spice mace
A powdered seasoning made from sweet red peppers, ranging in flavor from mild to hot.
A corm-producing plant (Crocus sativus) native to the eastern Mediterranean region, having purple or white flowers with orange stigmas.
Any of a genus (Salvia) of plants of the mint family, having a two-lipped corolla and two stamens: sages are cultivated for ornament, as the scarlet sage (S. splendens) with brilliant red flowers, or for flavoring, as the garden sage (S. officinalis) with aromatic leaves used, when dried, for seasoning meats, cheeses, etc.
Any of a genus (Thymus, esp. T. vulgaris) of shrubby plants or aromatic herbs of the mint family, with white, pink, or red flowers and with fragrant leaves
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