The plant is called Lady’s mantle because it is primarily considered a highly useful herb for women. Some other common names of Lady’s Mantle include Lion’s Foot, Bear’s Foot, and Nine Hooks.
Parts Used: Herb
Country of Origin: Poland
Benefits and Uses
- Alleviate menstrual cramps
- Regulate menstrual cycle
- Strengthen the uterus (used in late pregnancy)
- Hormonal imbalance
- Relieve menopausal symptoms
- Relieve gastrointestinal issues
- Sore throat
- Heal minor cuts and wounds
- Resolve certain skin problems and improve its appearance
- Improve digestion
- Relieve stomach cramps
- Strengthen the digestive system
- Improve sleep
- Flavonoids - quercetin
- Salicylic acid
Lady’s Mantle was chiefly used for women-specific problems, such as regulating menstrual cycle, normalizing hormonal imbalance, reducing menstrual cramps, relieving symptoms of menopause, and strengthening the uterus of pregnant women. It was also used for GI and inflammatory issues and, topically, for minor wounds and cuts.
Majority of the traditional uses Lady’ Mantle are still prevalent. It is considered a great natural treatment for regulation of menstrual cycle. It is also used for fertility-related issues and is believed to work as a uterine tonic and also stimulate ovulation. It is also used for menopausal symptoms, GI issues, and improving skin health and appearance.
The leaves of Alchemilla vulgaris are known for their property to collect droplets of water. It was once believed that the water that collects on the leaves of Lady’s mantle was the purest form of water and it may have the magical property of converting base metals into gold.
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