Description. Marsh Cinquefoil is an herb of numerous properties. The herb contains tannins, flavonoids, volatile oil, gums, organic acids, vitamin C, and various microelements such as phosphor, potassium, magnesium, copper. Marsh Cinquefoil is astringent, anti-fever, antiseptic, styptic, antiviral, anesthetic, diaphoretic, antiphlogistic and wound healing. Marsh Cinquefoil is not recommended to be taken by pregnant women, nursing mothers and children. Use. Marsh Cinquefoil is very popular with herbalists. It can be useful for articular disorders, internal bleeding, haemorrhoids, as astringent for diarrhea, as cholagogue and diuretic. Marsh Cinquefoil can also be used externally for wounds and mouth inflammations. This herb is considered to be of great value for those who suffer from disseminated sclerosis. Marsh Cinquefoil decoction is used as throat rinsing while tonsillitis and as a mouthwash for oral inflammations and dental bleeding.
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