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Lady's mantle herb


Scientific name: Alchemilla vulgaris L.

Synonyms: Silverweed, Ladies mantle

Family: Rosaceae

Where the plant is found: Europe, Asia, North America

Characteristics: The leaves are silky hairy on the underside and have so-called secretion glands. In damp weather, you can see so-called guttation droplets hanging from each leaf tip.

Use & preparation

Lady's mantle herb

For diarrhea, stomach and intestinal upsets, menstrual cramps.


Astringent, calming, blood-forming, blood-purifying, haemostatic, diuretic, antispasmodic, tonic 

Tea preparation

Pour 250 ml boiling water over 1 heaped teaspoon, leave to infuse for 10 minutes, strain and drink warm.



Drink 2 to 3 cups a day as required. 



Lady's mantle herb contains so-called elagitannins 

and also has an antioxidant effect. 


Contained in:

Women's tea - PZN 05023224

Women's tea in a pyramid tea bag - PZN 15382639

Lady's mantle herb - PZN 03633059

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