Veronica chamaedrys L.
Plant Family: Scrophulariaceae
Speedwell is a small perennial herb that grows 6 to 12 inches high with petite, tooth-shaped oval flowers of pale blue, lavender and white.
Dried aerial portions.
Most often used as a tea or tincture. Some people eat speedwell raw in salads or add it to soup.
Historically considered a panacea, herbalists once used speedwell for a variety of symptoms and it was thought of as a medicinal staple. Because of its taste and tea like smell, it was used in 19th-century France as a green tea substitute.
No known precautions.
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