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Columbine: Health Benefits, Uses, and Side Effects

  1. Columbine is a genus of herbaceous perennial plants of the buttercup family. About 120 species are known. Most people know the columbine mainly as a decorative garden plant with its striking flowers in various colors. Hardly anyone knows that the plant was a popular medicinal plant in ancient times. In the Middle Ages, all plant parts were used in folk medicine to treat edema, jaundice and other serious diseases. Hildegard van Bingen (1098-1179), abbess of a Benedictine monastery, treated swollen lymph nodes with columbine.

Side Effects and Possible Interactions

  1. Columbine is a slightly poisonous plant. The plant contains toxins that cause gastrointestinal complaints and palpitations

Poem

  1. Poet and classica Ida Gerhardt (1905 - 1997) wrote a poem entitled 'The Columbine', which is lively and almost cinematic. The poem describes the creation process of the watercolor with the same title attributed to Dürer.

  2. Poet and classica Ida Gerhardt (1905 - 1997) wrote a poem entitled 'The Columbine', which is lively and almost cinematic. The poem describes the development of the watercolor with the same title attributed to Dürer.



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