Botanical name: Filipendula ulmaria
Components: Flowers, buds, and leaves.
Overview: Referred to as “Queen of the Meadow”, this herb is originally native to Europe and Western Asia, but has been naturalized throughout North America. Most commonly used for Colds, Bronchitis, upset stomach, heart burn, peptic ulcer disease, and joint disorders including gout. It can also be used to increase urine output, and kill germs in the urine of people with bladder infections.
Uses: Can be used to make tea, the flowers and leaves can be used for medicinal purposes.