Other: alumroot, storksbill, wild geranium
Geranium maculatum L.
Plant Family: Geraniaceae
Cranesbill is a two foot high bush with erect, unbranched stems with "toothed" leaves and pinkish-purple flowers that grows in temperate woodlands across North America. Cranesbill is an unusually rich source of tannins.
Leaves (of herb Robert) or roots (of Geranium maculatum).
Tea, tincture, and poultice.
Cranesbill is used for its tannins, compounds that cause proteins in mucous membranes and other linings of the human body exposed directly to the tea to cross-link.
Specific: No known precautions.
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