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Wood anemone (Anemone nemorosa)


Wood anemone



Areas of application:

It is used homeopathically for excessive menstrual bleeding.

Plant parts used:

Herb without root

Collection time:

March, April

To find:

In mixed deciduous forests.


Saponins, the alkaloids protoanemonine and anemol


Where wood anemones grow, evil spirits stay away.

Just 30 fresh plants will die during flowering. Taken internally it leads to inflammation of the kidneys and intestines, cramps and diarrhea.

The yellow wood anemone (Anemone ranunculoides) is rarely taken and is a strictly protected plant.

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