Perennial herbaceous plant with a simple vertical spindle-shaped root. The stem reaches 55 cm in height, slightly branched. The leaves are flat, lanceolate, dark green, gradually tapering towards both ends. The leaf blade has 5-7 prominent veins, which gives the leaf rigidity. Umbrellas of flowers are medium-sized, up to 5-6 mm in diameter. Flowers are reddish brown.
Found in Siberia and the Far East. It grows on dry slopes and rocks, stony placers, in water meadows with sandy soil.
For medicinal purposes, the herb collected during flowering is used.
In folk medicine, a decoction of the herb is used as a choleretic agent for diseases of the liver and gallbladder. Its action is similar to the action of cumin sand. A decoction of volodushka is best prepared from a fresh plant. You can also use tincture.
Decoction: incomplete teaspoon per glass of boiling water; take 1 tbsp. spoon 3 times every day before meals.
Tincture: 25%, 25 drops before meals. In scientific medicine, a choleretic and juice effect on the stomach, pancreas and liver has been established, used for cholecystitis, anglochomitis, hepatitis, gallstone disease.