PRIMROSE FLOWER IPHYM Herbalism Primula officinalis / P. veris L.
Latin name: Primula officinalis / P. veris L.
Common names: Primrose, cuckoo
Used parts: Flower
Properties PRIMEVERE FLOWER
Primrose flower has soft secretolytic expectorant properties. It is light and sedative.
Locally, the flower is soothing, antipruritic and trophic protective in cracks, abrasions, cracking and insect bites.
Indications and uses PRIMEVERE FLOWER
primrose flower is used in the following cases:
- Cough and bronchitis
- Headache, neuralgia, tremor, vertigo
- Whooping cough, asthma, gout, neuralgia
Cons-indications with PRIMEVERE FLOWER
- Not recommended for people allergic to Primulaceae because can cause dermatitis and erythema
- May cause gastric disorders with horticultural varieties (alkylbenzoquinones presence of allergens)
Dosage PRIMEVERE FLOWER
Usual Dosage: 2 to 4 g of drug per day
Botanical description PRIMEVERE FLOWER
The primrose is a herbaceous about 20 cm high, pubescent. The leaf blades of basal rosette is wrinkled and embossed. The fragrant flowers are yellow gold gamopetalous. The flowering stem is hairy, sometimes for up to 30 flowers.
Pharmacology PRIMEVERE FLOWER
Active ingredients: saponins, flavonïdes, epicatechin, carotenoids
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