Meadowsweet - 100+ fresh seeds - Filipendula Ulmaria - mead wort - queen of the meadow - lady of the meadow - bridewort

Perennial 10-60 cm or more in height, herbaceous plant with a powerful, thick rhizome. The stem is erect and leafy. Leaves are large (up to 30 cm long), with stipules and short petioles, non-pinnate, with sharp-toothed ovate-lanceolate pointed, green or grayish-felt terminal 3-5-lobed leaflets below. The plant differs from other pink species by intermittently pinnate leaves, in which there are smaller ones between the large leaves on the rachis. The leaves are corrugated along the veins. Flowers with concave hypanthium, small (5-8 mm in diameter), white, 5-membered, collected in very large numbers in a widely spreading paniculate-corymbose apical inflorescence. The formula of the labaznik or meadowsweet flower is: *CH5L5T∞P∞. Fruit – mnogooreshek, nuts naked, sickle-shaped, spirally-twisted. Blooms in July and August.
Labaznik vyazolistny is used in the form of infusion (tavolzhany tea) and decoction as an anti-inflammatory, diaphoretic and wound-healing agent for the treatment of long-term non-healing wounds, ulcers and skin diseases. Underground organs of dropwort are included in the collection for recipe, M. N. Zdrenko, and flowers in the BAD part of "Maria" and "Lose-ka", medical-cosmetic oil "Osteal" antioxidant preparation "Solo" balm "panta-Fort", in the Institute of Oncology. Professor N. N. Petrov based on them developed an ointment for the treatment of cervical dysplasia. The plant is used in homeopathy.
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