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Evergreen clematis (Clematis vitalba)

Slightly toxic


effective on the skin, diuretic

Areas of application:

Homeopathy: for diseases of the male genital organs, for inflammation of the testicles, prostatitis, swelling of the lymph glands, inflammation, rheumatism, skin inflammation, after suffering from gonorrhea

Externally: uterine problems, ulcers, rashes, eczema, severe neuralgia, rheumatism pain

Plant parts used:


Collection time:

June July

To find:

Often found in bushes and forest edges.


Saponins, alkaloid protoanemonin, proteins, fatty substances, caffeic acid derivatives


You often don't notice the Evergreen clematis until autumn, when its fruits ripen and hang on long white hairs that the wind blows in all directions. Clematis is one of the few native lianas in Europe.

Evergreen clematis

The Evergreen clematis, like many buttercup plants, is poisonous and is only used internally homeopathically, but in a wide range.

🛑 Caution: As with many other buttercup plants, the toxicity is largely lost when dried, but not completely. All types of clematis are said to have a certain blood-destroying effect.

Clematis is the 9th Bach flower: it is the flower of reality. Clematis helps you focus on the real things in life and not daydream. But it also provides plenty of motivation to meet the demands. It is part of the emergency drops (rescue).

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