Lady’s mantle

(Alchemilla vulgaris)

Other names: Linzaina, Tuisarra, Herba Botera, Herba de Tall, Meligó Montés, Vrkuta, Gospin Plašt, Kontryhel Obecný, Kontryhel Žlutozelený, Almindelig Løvefod, Geelgroene Vrouwenmantel, Gemene Leeuweklauw, Common Alchemilla, Alchimille Vulgaire, Alchémille, Manteau de Notre-Dame, Patte de Lapin, Sourbeirette, Alchimistenkraut, Gelbgrünfrauenmantel, Mantelsinau, Erba Stella, Pie di Lione, Arukemira, Alquimilla, Alchemilla Lúčna, Navadna Plahtica, Flor de Roca, Hierba Estrellada, Manto de Nuestra Señora, Pie de León

Lady’s mantle is native to Europe and Greenland. In the past, the dew from the Lady’s Mantle was thought to possess alchemical properties, as a part of the so-called “philosopher’s stone”, turn metal to gold, and cure any illness. It was also believed it could restore virginity. Lady’s Mantle contains phenol acid, flavonoids catechin and quercetin, tannins, salicylic acid, saponins, proanthocyanins, and zinc.

Lady’s mantle may be beneficial for diarrhea, diabetes, inflammation, muscle spasms, sore throat, menstrual pain, menopause, wound healing, ulcers, eczema, skin rashes, insomnia, and insect bites.

Compliance: cosmetics ingredient

Compliance varies from country to country. There is no harmonized botanical list of allowed botanicals in food or food supplements for all EU countries. Compliance for cosmetic ingredients is harmonized in EU.

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