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Bergenia crassifolia basic info
Scientific Name: Bergenia crassifolia (L.) Fritsch.
Common names in English: Siberian-tea.
Bergenia crassifolia, (common names: the badan, Siberian tea, Mongolian tea, leather bergenia, winter-blooming bergenia, heartleaf bergenia, elephant-ears or elephant's ears), is a plant species in the genus Bergenia. It contains the polyphenols arbutin, kaempferol 3-lathyroside, catechin 3-O-gallate, tannins and the pectin bergenan. - for more info about Bergenia crassifolia See link
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