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Witch's moneybags (Sedum telephium)

Slightly toxic

witch's moneybags


constrictive, wound healing

Areas of application:

Wounds, insect bites, after sunburn, burns, has a supportive effect on cancer

Plant parts used:


Collection time:


To find:

On dry hills, gravel and scree surfaces and dry roadsides.


Piperidine alkaloids, vitamins, minerals


If a woman brought the leaves into the house after St. John's Day, she was a witch. For many, witch's moneybags was an oracle plant for one's health.

Sedum is also known as witch's moneybags and is often grown as a garden plant.

In the kitchen, the leaves can be used in salads.

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