Lady’s Mantle

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An herb that is rich in tannins, which is astringent and haemostatic. It is used internally for diarrhoea and heavy menses, and topically for cuts
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Numerous similarities can be observed with the high-altitude (alpine belt) environments of the Majella massif: the presence of the Leontopodio nivalis-Seslerietum juncifoliae association, including the Sesleria juncifolia grasslands of the alpine belt characterized by a high presence of Leontopodium nivale, is a characteristic of these two massifs.
INCI: Glycerin, leontopodium alpinum callus culture extract, xanthan gum