WILD CARROT

Also known as Queen Anne's Lace, this world form of garden carrot is grown in Europe, Asia and North Africa. The aerial parts resemble those of the garden carrot, but the root is small and white. 

This herb is used as a diuretic, cvarmintive and anti-lithic, particularly for kindey stone, cystitis and gout. The seed is used for similar purposes but it is usually considered to be more potent, being diuretic, emmenagogue, carminative and anti-flatuent. 

Found in Potter’s Sciargo Tablets.