Wild arrach (Chenopodium vulvaria), or stinking goosefoot, can be easily identified by its rotten-fish smell that is due to its trimethylamine content. The plant is native to Europe and is found in areas of North America as well. There is insufficient evidence currently available in humans to support the use of wild arrach for any indication.
Chenopodiaceae (family), Chenopodium olidum, Chenopodium vulvaria, phytoncides, stinking goosefoot.
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