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Fleabane (Erigeron annuus)



anti-inflammatory, hemostatic

Areas of application:

Diarrhea, intestinal parasites, fatigue, lack of concentration, timid voice, headache, nosebleeds, bleeding gums, stomach bleeding with vomiting, biliary colic, painful urination, stabbing pain in the kidneys, urethral discharge, bladder bleeding due to bladder stones, hemorrhoids, for blood circulation in the veins and capillaries, rheumatism

Plant parts used:

upper parts of the plant

Collection time:

June to September


Tannins, essential oils, flavonoids, choline


☕ Tea: Pour 1/4 liter of water over 1 teaspoon of fresh herb and let it steep for 10 minutes. Thanks to its astringent effect, the tea helps with severe diarrhea and against intestinal parasites.

Fleabane, also known as fine ray, was intended to protect against witches and wizards, but also to protect against weather damage (e.g. lightning strikes). It can be used for incense as a revocation of evil hostility in the house, yard and stable.

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