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To say something is "tiny" is not very encyclopedic. How tall is it in inches and centimeters? Katr67 05:53, 16 May 2007 (UTC)
"The alternative common names listed above hint at a medicinal use for this tiny and common herb..."
This is not true. Only ONE common name even mentions a body part, and that is "nailwort," so that makes the statement false on logic. But in content, who is to say that "nail" means one's fingernails or toenails? And what medicinal use would this herb have for one's nails? This sounds like the writer wants this to be a medicinal herb. If it has been a medicinal herb, this needs more substantial thought in final article. Blandcrowder (talk) 15:09, 19 June 2008 (UTC)Blandcrowder
Perhaps I can clarify: there is only one known medicinal use, which is the treatment of a nail inflammation called variously "shad" or "whitlows." I have no devious intent or overwhelming desire to falsely represent this as a medicinal plant; and perhaps consultation with a dictionary is in order before making unfounded appeals to logic. Expansions upon the article itself would be helpful as well.
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