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What Meadowsweet herb Is:

All plants contain some traces of salicylates, the natural form of aspirin, but several are especially good sources of these compounds. Meadowsweet is one of the better ones. That's why it has long been used to fight colds, flu, fever, arthritis, and achy muscles. Meadowsweet grows in northeastern North America, where it does indeed fill meadows with a sweet fragrance that has been compared to that of almonds. However, the name more likely comes from meadwort, an herb used to flavor mead, a honey-based alcoholic beverage. The plant is a member of the rose family and looks like a low, thorn-free rose.

Long a remedy for flu, fever, and arthritis, meadowsweet contains an aspirin- type compound called salicylic acid. It has antiseptic, anti-ulcer, anti-inflammatory and diuretic properties.

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Meadowsweet is used to treat rheumatism, ulcers, diarrhoea, kidney problems and gastric acidity.

 

 

 

 
 
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