Edible and Medicinal Plant Series- Goldenrod (March 2019).
Helps against cystitis and kidney weakness
As of July, it blooms bright yellow on paths and streams: the goldenrod, a herb that is native to Europe, but also in North America. The Indians, who reportedly knew no pain, chewed the fresh flowers in sore throat. The plant was known to us in the Middle Ages - Martin Luther is said to have greatly appreciated it. Whether as a tea or tincture, as a first aid against insect bites or poorly healing wounds, but is not known. Today, the diuretic herb is used primarily as a tea for cystitis and kidney failure. Tea Tip: infuse 1-2 tsp goldenrod (pharmacy) in boiling water covered for 5 minutes.$config[ads_text] not found