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Filipendula Ulmaria Seeds (Meadowsweet Seeds)

Filipendula Ulmaria Seeds (Meadowsweet Seeds)
Prefers wet habitats. It is known for being an analgesic, anti-inflammatory, antipyretic, diuretic, anti-cellulite.
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10,000 Filipendula Ulmaria Seeds
$19.00
500 Filipendula Ulmaria Seeds
$1.80
2,000 Filipendula Ulmaria Seeds
$5.50
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SKU Filipendula Ulmaria
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Filipendula ulmaria, commonly known as Meadowsweet, is a perennial herb in the family Rosaceae that grows in damp meadows. It is native throughout most of Europe and Western Asia. It has been introduced and naturalized in North America. The stems are 1?2 m (3?7 ft) tall, erect and furrowed, reddish to sometimes purple. The leaves are dark-green on the upper side and whitish and downy underneath, much divided, interruptedly pinnate, having a few large serrate leaflets and small intermediate ones. Terminal leaflets are large, 4?8 cm long, and three- to five-lobed. Meadowsweet has delicate, graceful, creamy-white flowers clustered close together in handsome irregularly-branched cymes, having a very strong, sweet smell. They flower from June to early September. Meadowsweet leaves are commonly galled by the bright orange-rust fungus Triphragmium ulmariae, which creates swellings and distortions on the stalk and/or midrib. The whole herb possesses a pleasant taste and flavour, the green parts having a similar aromatic character to the flowers, leading to the use of the plant as a strewing herb, strewn on floors to give the rooms a pleasant aroma, and its use to flavour wine, beer, and many vinegars. The flowers can be added to stewed fruit and jams, giving them a subtle almond flavor. It has many medicinal properties. The whole plant is a traditional remedy for an acidic stomach, and the fresh root is often used in infinitesimal quantities in homeopathic preparations. It is effective on its own as a treatment for diarrhea. The flowers, when made into a tea, are a comfort to flu sufferers. Dried, the flowers make lovely pot pourri. Active ingredients: compounds of salicylic acid, flavone-glycosides, essential oils, and tannins.
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Common name Meadowsweet
Family Rosaceae
Genus Filipendula
Species Filipendula ulmaria
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