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Hawthorn leaves
with flowers


Scientific name: Crataegi folium cum flore

Synonyms: Hawthorn, Mewthorn, Whitethorn

Family: Rosaceae

Origin of the plant: Europe

Characteristics: Woody, dark brown stems with petiolate, lobed leaves, the edges of which are hardly or only slightly serrated. The flowers have a brownish or gray-green axillary cup.

Application and preparation

Hawthorn leaves with flowers


Decreasing performance of the heart, feeling of pressure and oppression in the heart area.


calming, stimulating blood circulation, vasodilator

Tea making

A scant teaspoon (approx. 1.5 g) full of hawthorn leaves with flowers is poured with boiling water (approx. 150 ml) and after about 10 to 15 minutes, if necessary, passed through a tea strainer.


Unless otherwise prescribed: Drink three to four cups daily.


Regulates blood pressure

Included in:

Hawthorn leaves with flowers – PZN 03633102

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