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DAISY (Little)   (BELLIS PERENNIS)

Family: Compositae

---Synonyms---Bruisewort. (Scotch) Bairnwort. (Welsh) Llygad y Dydd (Eye of the Day).
---Parts Used---Root, leaves.
 

Active Compounds: Saponins, Tannin, Essential oil, Flavones, Bitter principle, Mucilage.

---Medicinal Action and Uses---Expectorant, astringent.

Daisy is useful for coughs and catarrh, and for all conditions that manifest in these forms, Daisy may be used freely and safely. It has a reputation of value in arthritis and rheumatism as well as in liver and kidney problems. Due to its astringency it is also useful for diarrhea.

Combinations : For respiratory catarrh it may be used with Golden Rod or Coltsfoot.

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