Haresfoot Clover

Scientific name : Trifolium arvense
Other names: Català: Peu de llebre , Česky: Jetel rolní , Dansk: Hare-Kløver , Deutsch: Hasen-Klee , Español: Pie de liebre , Eesti: Kassiristik , Suomi: Jänönapila , Français: Trèfle pied-de-lièvre , Magyar: Tarlóhere , Italiano: Trifoglio , Lietuviškai: Dirvinis dobilas , Latviešu: Tīruma (matainais) āboliņš , Nederlands: Hazenpootje , Norsk: Harekløver , Polski: Koniczyna polna , Português: Trevo , Русский: Клевер пашенный , Svenska: Harklöver , Türkçe: Tavşanayağı

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Rabbitfoot Clover contains tannin in all parts of the plant. Traditionally, the dried plant can be used against diarrhea or for rinsing and gargling with in the case of a sore throat. Homeopathy uses the plant for the same reasons, ...
Author: Bruno P. Kremer


Haresfoot Clover


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