A Long-lasting herb with a strong smell. A natural insect repellent. In Middle Ages dried tansy was scattered across the floors to keep pests away.In recent times it has been used to repel moths and fleas. Tansy has also  been used for seasoning and as a medicinal plant by folk healers


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