Coltsfoot - (Tussilago farfara)

Coltsfoot Herb

This perennial herb, also known as Tussilago farfara, Horsehoof, Coughwort, Fieldhove, Bullsfoot, Cleats, Clayweed, Tusilago, and AssÍs Foot is a member of the daisy family.
It has bright yellow flowers and it contains many useful vitamins. The leaves are long-stalked, hoof-shaped, about 4 inches across, with angular teeth on the margins. The stem is covered with white, downy fibers.

Coltsfoot has been used as a cough remedy in both Western herbalism and traditional Chinese medicine for at least 2,500 years.

Magically this herbs is used for love and peace.

Parts used: Flowers, leaves.

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