Round-leaved bell (Campanula rotundifolia L.)
Bluebell is a herbaceous perennial plant from the Campanulaceae family.
Herbaceous perennial with a thin rhizome and several thin stems; basal leaves are reniform-rounded, drying out by the time of flowering, stem leaves are linear or lanceolate. The flowers are drooping, collected in a sparse panicle, wide-ringed, with a bluish-purple corolla; the fruit is a hanging box with three holes at the base. It blooms in June-September. Round-leaved bell is found in meadows, forest edges, in dry forests, often.
A decoction of the bell during flowering is drunk with bleeding; tincture of herbs on vodka gargle with sore throat.