A herbaceous plant with a furrowed stem, up to 60-150 cm high, with a large number of three-pinnate leaves with small leaves. The flowers are small, whitish-yellow, with a large number of stamens, collected in corymbose panicles. Blooms in June-July.
Distributed throughout Siberia and the Far East. It grows in the forest zone in swampy meadows and along river banks.
Medicinal raw materials are grass and roots. In folk medicine, an infusion or decoction of the root is drunk for gastrointestinal and female diseases, jaundice, malaria, and epilepsy.
Infusion: 1 tbsp. a spoonful of root (rarely herbs) insist 1-2 hours in 0.5 liters of boiling water and drink 1/2-2/3 cup of infusion 3-4 times every day before meals.