Clubmoss

(Lycopodium clavatum)


  

Clubmoss Clubmoss is a moss that is growing in the mountains, in woods and on meadows. In its club-like fruit stands, a fine spore powder that is well suitable against all kinds of skin diseases as powder is growing.

But also for the urinary organs and for the metabolism Clubmoss spores offer their healing powers.



Medicinal Uses

Spores:
  • Inflammation of the baby-skin
  • Weeping rashes
  • Wounds
  • Cystitis
  • Bladder stones
  • Diuretic
  • Gout
  • Rheumatism
  • Metabolism stimulating
  • Liver stowage

Herb (respect! noxious!):
  • Inflammations of the sex organs
  • Kidney semolina
  • Kidney colics
  • Chronic rashes

Information

Used Parts:Spores, Herb (with care)
Substances:Lycopodin, Clavatin, Clavotoxin, fat oil, Glycerin, organic acids, Palmitin, Stearin, Arachin, lemon acid, apple acid
Time to collect:August and September

Clubmoss


  


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