English Ivy is a member of the Araliaceae family and is scientifically known as Hedera helix. Although the name is English Ivy, the climbing vine can be found throughout the world. The leaves and berries have a bitter taste. English Ivy is primarily used for it's leaf.
English Ivy has been used since the time of the Greeks and Romans. The leaves and vine have been used as decorations for the church, home, and person. Traditionally, English Ivy has been used for broncitis and coughs, as well as other simliar ailments.
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