Marsh saxifrage



Perennial herbaceous plant with a thin rhizome and straight stems covered with red hairs, up to 30 cm tall. Basal leaves are lanceolate, stem leaves are linear, sessile. At the tops of the stems, one rather large yellow flower.

Distributed in Eastern Siberia. It grows in swamps, damp places, along rivers and streams.

Medicinal raw materials are roots and seeds. In folk medicine, the root and seeds are used as an infusion or decoction as a diuretic called Gagir diuretic tea. All kinds of pustular skin lesions are poured over with an infusion of roots and seeds.

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