Milk-vetch



noun
1.
a European plant, Astragalus glycyphyllos, of the legume family, believed to increase the secretion of milk in goats.
2.
any herb of certain allied genera.
noun
1.
any of various leguminous plants of the genus Astragalus, esp A. glycyphyllos, with clusters of purple, white, or yellowish flowers: formerly reputed to increase milk production in goats

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