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inula

noun in·u·la \ˈin-yə-lə\

Definition of INULA

1
:  the dried roots and rhizome of elecampane used as an aromatic stimulant and especially formerly as a remedy in pulmonary diseases—called also elecampane, elecampane root
2
capitalized :  a genus of Old World perennial herbaceous or rarely shrubby plants (family Compositae) having large yellow radiate heads and including the elecampane (I. helenium)
3
:  any plant or root of the genus Inula
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