Known to most as Azuradan (or "Blue Mist"), this rooted plant grows tall, hale, and hearty across Middle-earth. Its persistent growth and resistance to all attempts to remove it from tilled soil has also gained Azuradan the nickname, "Farmer's Sorrow".
It may be burdensome as a weed, but its medicinal value is significant. Its beguiling and sweet azure shoots are often added to draughts to alleviate the pain from kidney stones. Azuradan's ground roots, when chewed, diminish the pain of a headache, and healers have noted the plant's therapeutic value in the balancing and restoration of the humors.