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Scientific Name: Anthoxanthum nitens (Weber) Y. Schouten & Veldkamp.
Common names in English: manna grass, Seneca grass, sweet grass, vanilla grass.
Hierochloe odorata or Anthoxanthum nitens, also known as sweet grass, holy grass (UK), manna grass, Mary’s grass, seneca grass or vanilla grass, is an aromatic herb native to northern Eurasia and North America. In Poland it is known as bison grass. It is used in herbal medicine and in the production of distilled beverages (e.g., Żubrówka, Wisent). It owes its distinctive sweet scent to the presence of coumarin. - for more info about Anthoxanthum nitens See link
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