Common Lady's Mantle
Botanical Name: Alchemilla vulgaris
A perennial herbaceous plant, 10-40 cm tall, with basal leaves, rosette, reniform, toothed edge.
Small, insignificant, greenish green flowers.
It usually grows in mountain areas, pastures, meadows and steep coastlines.
- Elagic and luteic agar, palmitic and stearic acid, phytosterols, mineral salts
Astringent action both internally and externally. It is recommended for stomach, antidiareic and antihemorrhoidal action. Therapeutic indications in metrorrhages and hematuria, either alone or in combination with other plants.