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Alchemilla vulgaris (Lady's mantle)

Rowan McOnegal

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Herbal medicine. Alchemilla vulgaris (Lady's mantle). Yellow green flowering heads. Astringent, diuretic, tonic, vulnery, haemostatic, tranquilizer, antirheumatic properties. Also blended in tea, eaten in salads and used as a forage plant. Cows fed this plant have produced higher yield of milk. Once used in alchemy, hence its name.



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