Mouse-ear hawkweed Hieracium pilosella L.

The mouse ears / Hieracium pilosella is a perennial herbaceous plant of the Compositae family. Creeping long and thin shoots, with gradually decreasing leaves, often come out of the root. The stem is most often lean, up to 30 cm high. The leaves are arranged in a rosette. Blooms in the summer.

Mouse ears meets us in the forest and mountainous places and between the bushes.

Spruce (Herba Hieracii pilosellae) of Runaway is used. Picking is June to August, cutting off the entire ground plane of the plant at the beginning of the flowering. It should not be crushed.

It is used in medicine as a diuretic for gastric and intestinal disorders. Used under the control of the physician.

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