Celandine, also known as Tetterwort, is scientifically classified as Chelidonium majus. The flower, root, and ehizomes are used in herbal formulas. Celandine can be found growing in Europe and the termperate regions of Asia. Celandine is used for liver and gallbladder complaints, the gastrointestinal tract, inflammation, and skin conditions, such as warts, wounds, rashes, and blisters.
The chief constituents of celandine are isoquinoline alkaloids.
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Cautions Not to be used during pregnancy.