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Coltsfoot

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Tussilago farfarae


The dried leaves and flowers which have been picked in spring (flowers) and May/June (leaves) are used. NOT TO BE TAKEN INTERNALLY.

Both the leaves and the flowers are used in compresses and decoctions to heal wounds and burns.

In skin care Coltsfoot is said to help sensitive, oily and blemished skins. It is soothing, cleansing and anti-inflammatory. The decoction can be added to creams, skin toners, shampoos and conditioners (oily hair), and can also be poured into baths and applied to compresses.

 

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