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Meadowsweet Herb

Meadowsweet

Meadowsweet (Filipendula ulmaria) is a member of the Rosceae family. Meadowsweet is found throughout Europe, North America and Asia. The dried or fresh flowers and most of the above-ground parts are used medicinally. It contains tannins and salicin, a plant salicylate. Meadowsweet has stomachic, mild urinary antiseptic, antirheumatic, astringent, and antiacid activities. In traditional medicines, meadowsweet has been used for broncitis and cough.

Food Sources Orally, meadowsweet may cause nausea and other stomach complaints.

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Cautions Orally, meadowsweet may cause nausea and other stomach complaints.