Coltsfoot

Coltsfoot
Coltsfoot

coltsfoot is a plant. the leaf is used to make medicinal drug.

notwithstanding severe protection concerns, people take coltsfoot for lung troubles together with bronchitis, allergies, and whooping cough (pertussis). they also take it for upper respiration tract complaints including sore mouth and throat, cough, and hoarseness.

a few people inhale coltsfoot for coughs and wheezing.

different names:
ass's foot, brandlattich, british tobacco, bullsfoot, chasse-toux, coughwort, farfarae folium leaf, fieldhove, filuis ante patrem, flower velure, foal's foot, foalswort, guflatich, hallfoot, herbe aux pattes, herbe de saint-guérin, horsefoot, horsehoof, kuandong hua, kwandong hwa, pas diane, pas d'ane, pas d'âne, pas-d'âne, pas-de-baudet, pferdefut, pied-de-cheval, plisson, procheton, taconnet, tussilage, tussilage pas d'âne, tussilago farfara, uña de caballo.


insufficient evidence to charge effectiveness for:
bronchial asthma.
sore throat.
cough.
bronchitis.
hoarseness.
wheezing.
laryngitis.
other situations.

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