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BOTANICAL MEDICINE DATABASE
Plantain
MEDICINAL USE
P. lanceolata shares its medicinal effects with its close relative, Plantago major. However, P. lanceolata seems to exert more of its effects internally, while P. major is a good plant for external use.

P. major leaves have been used as a wound healing
Plantain
Plantago lanceolata/major
Antibacterial, Anticatarrhal, Antihistamine, Astringent, Diuretic, Expectorant, Vulnerary
COMBINES WITH
WARNINGS
PREPARATION
Capsules: 400mg, TID. Tincture (1:1, 25%), 2-4 ml TID. Infusion: 2 tsp/cup, TID. Fresh juice, 5-15 ml TID. Salve or compress applied as needed.