Goldenrod (Solidago species) can be found in several different variations. The scientific name 'solidago' comes from the latin word 'solidare' that means the plant that consolidates or makes whole.
The above ground parts of goldenrod are collected during flowering season and dried. Goldenrod is used for kidney and bladder stones and urinary tract infections. Goldenrod has been used in folk medicine for rheumatism, gout, hemorrhoids, asthma, and throat infections, among other ailments. In homeopathic remedies, goldenrod is associated with kidney pain and respiratory conditions.
Goldenrod can be found in North America, Europe, and some of Asia.
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Cautions Orally, goldenrod may cause allergic reactions in those sensitive to the Asteraceae/Compositae family. The members of that family include ragweed, chrysanthemums, marigolds, daisies, and other similar herbs.