Coltsfoot Leaf


Botanical name:  Tussilago farfara

Origin:  Albania/Hungary

Therapeutic actions:  Anti-Tussive; Anti-Inflammatory; Astringent; Bitter; Demulcent; Diuretic; Diaphoretic; Emollient; Expectorant; Mucilant; Pectoral; Sudorific; Stimulant; Tonic

Drug interactions:  No known drug interactions.

Descriptions:  An effective remedy for all lung troubles.

Internal uses:  It has a soothing and expectorant action. Makes a powerful cough syrup when combined with other herbs.  It has shown that extracts of the whole plant can increase immune resistance. As a mild diuretic it may also be used for cystitis.

Other uses: Inflammation and swelling, piles, stomach troubles, diarrhea and fever.

External uses:  A fresh poultice or tea can be used for insect bites, inflammations, general swellings, burns, erysipelas, ulcers, sores and phlebitis.

Suggested dosage:  1/2—1 teaspoon

Caution:  Should not be used for more than 4 – 6 weeks at a time. Do not take while pregnant or breast-feeding. It should not be given to children under the age of six or anyone that has liver disorders.

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