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Question 1: (Commiphora myrrha), ague root (Aletris farinosa) (Boswellia spp)) and in the ________ Nine Herbs Charm.
Proto-Indo-European religionNorse paganismAnglo-Saxon paganismGermanic paganism

Question 2: Some plants are used as both a spice and a herb, such as dill seed and dill weed or ________ seeds and coriander leaves.

Question 3: General usage differs between culinary herbs and ________.
List of plants used as medicineHerbal teaCannabisHerbalism

Question 4: Culinary use of the term "herb" typically distinguishes between herbs, from the leafy green parts of a plant, and spices, from other parts of the plant, including seeds, berries, ________, root and fruit.
WoodTreeBarkPlant stem

Question 5: In ________ the initial "h" is normally silent: /ˈɜrb/.
United StatesEnglish languageAmerican EnglishAlaska

Question 6: Culinary herbs are distinguished from vegetables in that, like spices, they are used in small amounts and provide ________ rather than substance to food.
FlavorE numberFood chemistryTaste

Question 7: The Cherokee Native Americans use Sage and ________ to spiritually cleanse and smudge.
Cedrus libaniFirPinophytaCedar

Question 8: [2][3][Full citation needed] In standard British English the "h" is pronounced: /ˈhɜːb/ Also see ________.
American and British English pronunciation differencesAmerican EnglishAmerican and British English spelling differencesMadagascar

Question 9: John's-wort (________) or of kava (Piper methysticum) can be used for medical purposes to relieve depression and stress.
MirtazapineSelective serotonin reuptake inhibitorSt John's wortTricyclic antidepressant

Question 10: One herb-like substance, called ________, may actually help lower blood glucose levels which is especially important for those suffering from diabetes.

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