Grooved lunar



Reminds me of a common dungaree. It is distinguished by an oblong outline, deeply pinnatipartite, at the apex with a rounded blade of leaves. The lobes are reniform or semilunar. The spore-bearing part is a branched panicle with sporangia. Sporiferous in June-July.

It is not often found in bushes, on the edges of forests, in meadows that are not flooded, but is found with difficulty.

In folk medicine, the whole plant is eaten with snakebite bread, the herb is taken externally to treat wounds, ulcers.

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