Jacobée (Senecio jacobaea) Jakobs-Greiskraut

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Jacobée (Senecio jacobaea L.Jakobs-Greiskraut

JacobéeJacobée (Senecio jacobaea L.)

FR – Le Sénéçon Jacobée, Séneçon de Jacob, Jacobée, Herbe de saint Jacques.
Famille des Asteracea
Biotope : friches et prairies
DE – Das Jakobs-Greiskraut (Senecio jacobaea L), auch Jakob-Greiskraut und Jakobs-Kreuzkraut genannt, ist eine Pflanzenart aus der Gattung der Greiskräuter (Senecio) innerhalb der Familie der Korbblütler (Asteraceae).
EN – Jacobaea vulgaris, syn. Senecio jacobaea, is a very common wild flower in the family Asteraceae that is native to northern Eurasia, usually in dry, open places, and has also been widely distributed as a weed elsewhere. Common names include ragwort, common ragwort, stinking willie,[5] tansy ragwort, benweed, St. James-wort, ragweed, stinking nanny/ninny/willy, staggerwort, dog standard, cankerwort, stammerwort, mare’s fart and cushag. In the western United States it is generally known as tansy ragwort, or tansy, though its resemblance to the true tansy is superficial.
Utilisation médicale
Aménorrhée dysménorrhée (Règles absentes) – Cycle mentruel (régule) – Digestif (favorise la disgestion) – Dysménorrhée règles douloureuses – Emménagogue / stimulent le flux sanguin – Hémostatique – Sédatif / tranquillisant.

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