Willow-Herb has a long, though less well-known, history of use in traditional herbal medicine.
Its shoots were traditionally gathered by Native American people, offering a source of Vitamin C when consumed in raw form.
In Europe, it has long been consumed as a tea, offering benefit for the treatment of prostate, kidney and urinary tract disorders.
Willow-Herb is also well-known as ‘Fireweed‘.
Small Flowers Willow-herb (Epilobii Herba).