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Cudweed

Botanical: Graphalium uliginosum
Family: N.O. Compositae

---Synonyms---Cotton Weed. March Everlasting.
---Part Used---Herb.
---Habitat---Marshy places in most parts of Europe.


---Description---Stalk branched, diffused; flowers crowded, termina tiny; leaves elliptical, tapering into a long foot-stalk, slightly downy and greenish above, whitish and more downy underneath. The ends of the branches crowded with nurnerous heads of nearly sessile flowers which appear in August.

---Medicinal Action and Uses---Quinsy, gargle astringent, infusion 1 OZ. to 1 pint boiling water taken internally in wineglassful; also used as a gargle.

Fluid extract: Dose, 1/2 to 1 drachm.

See:
CATSFOOT
EVERLASTING PLANT
(WHITE) BALSAM.

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