wolf's foot

wolf's foot,

n Latin name:
Lycopus europaeus; parts used: flowering herb, leaves; uses: contraction of living tissue, calm nerves, hyperthyroidism, reduction of blood glucose levels, pain, sedative, heart contractions, coughs, bleeding from the lungs, menstrual irregularities, wound healing; precautions: hypothyroidism; may cause an increase in size of thyroid gland, weight loss, nervousness, tachycardia. Also called
common gipsyweed, Egyptian's herb, European bugleweed, farasyon maiy, gipsy-wort, gipsywort, gypsywort, menta de lobo, su ferasyunu, water horehound, and
wolfspoot.
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