Aster – A type of flower.
Barley – A major cultivated cereal grain. Often in beer.
Bee – Bees are flying insects closely related to wasps and ants, known for their role in pollination.
Bermuda grass – A creeping grass found in warmer climates
Buckwheat – This refers to the pollens and spores given from the plant
Buttercup – Small flower with shiny yellow petals.
Cats – Common house pet
Chamomile – Plant, often used for medicinal purposes. Very often used to make a tea.
Chrysanthemum – A perennial plant.
Clover – A flower usually found in fields and dry pastures
Colonial bent grass – Grass that grows in moist lands and grasslands.
Cotton – A soft white fibrous substance which surrounds the seeds of the cotton plant and is made into textile fiber and thread for sewing.
Dahlia – Dahlia is a genus of bushy, tuberous, herbaceous perennial plants native to Mexico.
Dandelion – A weed of the daisy flower. Known for its big, yellow flower.
Dead nettle – Flowering plant
Dock – Common garden weed. Also known as sorrel or rumex.
Dogs – Common household pet
Duck feathers – Feathers from the bird.
Dust – Consists of particles from the atmosphere and environment, such as soil.
E 1201 Polyvinylpyrrolidon – Flavors and fragrances, pharmaceuticals
E 1202 Polyvinyl polypyrrolidone – Wine, beer, pharmaceuticals
E 212 Potassium benzoate, benzoic acid – Used as a preservative, both antibacterial and anti-fungal. Can be found in margarine, pickled cucumbers, pineapple juice and table olives.
E 216 Propyl-para-hydroxybenzoate (PHB Ester) – It is a preservative typically found in many water-based cosmetics, such as creams, lotions, shampoos and bath products.
E 230 Biphenyl, Diphenyl – Used for agricultural purposes (an aromatic fungicide), it is a skin and eye irritant.
E 231 Orthophenylphenol – Anti-fungal agent used for agricultural purposes. Products such as pears, carrots, peaches, plums, prunes, sweet potatoes, citrus fruits, pineapple, tomatoes, peppers, cherries, and nectarines are typically treated post-harvest.
E 232 Sodiumorthophenylphenate, Orthophenylphenol – Preservative.
E 235 Natamycine – an antibiotic food additive used to protect cheese from mold and yeast growth.
E 284 Boric acid – An acidity regulator. Boric acid is best known for being an antiseptic, it is also used in creams and ointments, insecticides, leather finishing, paints.
E 285 Sodium tetraborate, Boric acid – Uses including as an added ingredient in washing powder, water softeners and soaps.
E 290 Carbon dioxide, carbonic acid – Typical products include fizzy drinks, carton fruit juice, wine.
E 385 Calcium sodium ethylene diamine tetra-acetate (EDTA) – Metal scavenger, stabilizer (also used after heavy metal intoxication to remove metals from the body).
E413 Tragacanth – A natural gum, used in leather work and paints.
E 491 Sorbitan monostearate – used in the manufacture of food and healthcare products and is a non-ionic surfactant with emulsifying, dispersing, and wetting properties.
E 504 Magnesium carbonate, M.-hydrogen carbonate – Acidity regulators, alkali, and anti-caking agents in many different products
E 516 Calcium sulphate – Many products, incl. pharmaceutical preparations
E 528 Magnesium hydroxide – Cheese, canned vegetables
E 536 Potassium ferrocyanide – Used as anti-caking agent and to remove copper from red wine. Copper is used as a fungicide on grapes.
E 551 Silicon dioxide (silica) – Used as anti-caking agent, to remove protein and yeast in beer and wine production and as anti-foaming agent.