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Product Description

Northern willow Herb"

Epilobium from the Greek meaning "upon or above the pod" referring to the manner in which the flowers keep blooming above the seed pods as they develop lower on the flower spike.

An herbal tea made from the entire flowering plant was used to treat colds, fever, anorexia, indigestion, gastric troubles, and internal bleeding. Fresh plant often used as a styptic poultice; some qualities of this species as an expectorant and analgesic made it useful in the treatment of cold and flu symptoms; Native Americans across North America used it similarly.

Warning! - Can cause dermatitis in many individuals; contains thujone, a known toxin.

Sun Exposure               Prairie, Savanna
Soil Moisture Wet, Wet Mesic, Mesic
Bloom Time Summer
May, June, July
Bloom Color Pink
Max Height 2 feet
Wetland Code  
Germ Code  C(60),D
Seeds Per Packet  500
Seeds Per Ounce   60,000


Edible Uses: Known Toxin

Medicinal Uses: Known Toxin

Herbal Uses: Known Toxin

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