Common gromwell Lithospermum off.

Common gromwell it is a perennial herbaceous plant of the Boraginaceae family. The root is highly developed, leaving a few to 1m. high, erect, highly branched stems. The leaves are lanceolate, with lateral lateral veins. The flowers are small. The walnuts are bluish-brown, very smooth, glossy. Blooms in April - August.

The whole plant, together with the seeds, Common gromwel used in our folk medicine in the form of openings in the sand and stones of the kidneys, the bladder and against involuntary drinking in children.
It is found in the wet grassy and shady places up to 1000 m above sea level.