Plantain

Plantain is native to Europe and was brought over by European Colonists to North America in the early 1700s. It is now widely distributed in temperate, moist locales, along roadsides, in fields and pastures, and is commonly found in lawns and gardens. This plant was prominent in the early Anglo-Saxon period where it was highly regarded. Plantain is mentioned in King’s American Dispensatory. Plantain has long been known as an “herbal drawing agent”.

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Traditional Health Benefits of Plantain

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