Coltsfoot - Uses, Benefits and Side Effects
Other Name: Tussilago Farfara
Coltsfoot grows abundantly throughout England, especially along the sides of railway banks and in waste places, on poor stiff soils, growing as well in wet ground as in dry situations. The white woolly, scaly flowering stalks of this plant with their yellow blossoms appear in the spring before the leaves. It has long-stalked, hoof-shaped leaves, about 4 inches across, with angular teeth on the margins. Both surfaces are covered, when young, with loose, white, felted woolly hairs, but those on the upper surface fall off as the leaf expands.
Uses and Benefits of Coltsfoot
Some of the Uses and Benefits of Coltsfoot are:
Recommended Dosage for Coltsfoot
Coltsfoot is commonly incorporated into candies and teas, which are particularly popular in France. It is available in many European countries as dried herb, liquid extract, tincture and syrup form. The dosage for different available forms is given below:
Some Adverse Side Effects of Using Coltsfoot
You should right away stop taking your medicine should immediately report to your family health care provider if you experience any of the following side effects. Your medicine may be causing these symptoms which may mean you are allergic to it.
Other Side Effects of Coltsfoot are:
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