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Anemone wood


Anemone wood Anemone nemorosa. Common name: Crowfoot, windflower, smell fox.

Occurrence:

found in woods and thickets across Great Britain.

Parts used:

the root, leaves and juice.

Medicinal uses:

this species of plant is much less widely used than it has been previously. It used to be good for leprosy, lethargy, eye inflammation and headaches. An ointment made of the leaves is said to be effective in cleansing malignant ulcers.

Administered as: decoction, fresh leaves and root, ointment.

 

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