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 ladies mantle, lions foot, **Gemeiner Frauenmantel**,​ Marienmantel,​ Echter Sinau ladies mantle, lions foot, **Gemeiner Frauenmantel**,​ Marienmantel,​ Echter Sinau
  
-Perennial herb, native to Central and Eastern Europe; mostly hairy, from a very thick rhizome; stems 5-50 cm; leaves reniform, 3-10 cm wide, shallowly and roundly 5-9 lobed , the lobes sharply serrate; flowers yellow, 3.5-5mm wide, in large, branched, terminal panicles.+Perennial herb, native to Central and Eastern Europe, naturalized in eastern North America; mostly hairy, from a very thick rhizome; stems 5-50 cm; leaves reniform, 3-10 cm wide, shallowly and roundly 5-9 lobed , the lobes sharply serrate; flowers yellow, 3.5-5mm wide, in large, branched, terminal panicles.
  
 The dried aerial parts, collected at flowering time (May-August,​ Alchemilla vulgaris herb, Alchemilla, ladies mantle, Herba Alchemillae,​ Herba Alchemillae vulgaris, Alchemillae herba, Frauenmantelkraut),​ are used as astringent and anti-haemorrhagic. "The plant is considered useful in treating minor cases of diarrhoea, sore throat and externally for sores and septic wounds. Traditional uses include gynaecological ailments, especially dysmenorrhoea... High concentraions of ellagitannins (6-8%) are present, including agrimoniin, laevigatin F and pedunculagenin."​ \\ The dried aerial parts, collected at flowering time (May-August,​ Alchemilla vulgaris herb, Alchemilla, ladies mantle, Herba Alchemillae,​ Herba Alchemillae vulgaris, Alchemillae herba, Frauenmantelkraut),​ are used as astringent and anti-haemorrhagic. "The plant is considered useful in treating minor cases of diarrhoea, sore throat and externally for sores and septic wounds. Traditional uses include gynaecological ailments, especially dysmenorrhoea... High concentraions of ellagitannins (6-8%) are present, including agrimoniin, laevigatin F and pedunculagenin."​ \\
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