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The antioxidants from ballerina tea come from senna and Chinese mallow.
SMILES BETTER Mallow's James Sugrue basks in the glory of his win yesterday in Portmarnock
Yvonne Ellard said: "Well done to the bus driver on Limerick to Cork route who turned back to Mallow when an older lady realised she was on the wrong bus and also got the Galway bus to wait for her.
Jute mallow has high amounts of beta carotene, vitamin E, riboflavin, folic acid, ascorbic acid, calcium, proteins and some phenolic compounds [2].
Another reference is not so timely: this is when Mallow says that Blackland's first book was "an amazing opus half-novel, half-autobiography, that made William Seabook and Montague Summers look like skeptics" (147).
When he first invented the biscuits, production hit a glitch when mallow was left with a small peak.
Dermalogica's Skin Prep Scrub, pounds 16.25 from www.thesalonlook.com promises a gentle exfoliator with mallow and ivy extracts to soothe skin.
The Peters Mountain mallow is a fire-dependent herbaceous plant species endemic to Peters Mountain, Virginia.
Abutilons (flowering maples) are members of the Mallow family (Malvaceae), which contains a number of attractive house and garden plants.
Tree mallow has taken over two islands off North Berwick east of Edinburgh, halving puffin numbers.
Scotsman John McCormack, from Mallow, Co Cork, was asked to make a plea on public order offences when he 'collapsed' making loud choking and gagging noises.
Some local herbs are American Ginseng (Panax quinquefolius), Solomon's Seal (Polygonatum biflorum), and the garden weed Common Mallow of Cheeses (Malva sp.).