Common Lady's Mantle

Botanical Name: Alchemilla vulgaris

Botanical Name:
Alchemilla vulgaris

Lady's Mantle plant green leaves

Family:

Rosaceae

Appearance:

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.

Origins:

  • Europe
  • Greenland

Active constituents:

  • Elagic and luteic agar, palmitic and stearic acid, phytosterols, mineral salts

Healing properties:

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.



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