Bird’s Eye | Veronica Officinalis

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Other Names

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Description

Your Domain Name A herbaceous perennial, it has hairy green stems that cover the ground in mats and bear soft, small violet flowers.

Ingredients

binУЄre optionen handeln mit startguthaben Vitamins, tannins,  glycoside aucubin, organic acids, sugars, flavonoids, resin

Collection period

Web Site May to August

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Used Parts

http://oepib.org/?efiop=conocer-jovenes-sud&ae8=77 Flowering plant

Uses

Application

Bird’s eye or more popularly known as speedwell can be made into a herbal tea and can be used as a diuretic and expectorant. It is also an effective tonic. It is also a good skin ointment to treat against eczema and helps soothe and treat wounds and skin irritation. Its extracts are sold for remedies such as sinus.

Summary

Bird’s eye is popularly known as speedwell and in most cases, its scientific name being Veronica officinalis, just by Veronica. Extracts were widely sold as herbal remedies. It has a slightly bitter and astringent taste and a tea-like aroma that makes it a substitute for tea.

Side Effects

There are no side effects noted as of this time.

References

  • Annie’s Remedy, Speedwell Veronica officinalis: http://www.anniesremedy.com/herb_detail352.php-

  • Wikipedia, Veronica officinalis: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Veronica_officinalis-

  • Botanical.com, Common Speedwell: http://www.botanical.com/botanical/mgmh/s/specom75.html

 

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