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Queen Anne's Lace, Wild Carrot, Bird's Nest or Bishop's lace. It's all Daucus carota (the wild carrot). Family Apiacaea, native in the UK. Edible while young. Crushed seeds of this plant were used by Hippocrates as a form of birth control. In dyes, the flowers give a creamy, off-white colour. Beneficial weed.

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Looks like a bird's nest...The Chinese view QAL as a promising post-coital agent, "recent evidence suggests that terpenoids in the seed block crucial progesterone synthesis in pregnant animals." When asked about the contraceptive effects of wild carrot, some herbalists have described it as having the effect of making the uterus "slippery" so the egg is unable to implant...