Lavandula coronopifolia

Lavandula coronopifolia Poir.

Lamiaceae (Labiatae)

  • Stag`s Horn Lavender
  • زيتة
  • zeiteh
  • אֲזוֹבְיוֹן מִדְבָּרִי
  • azovyon midbari

Chamaephyte

  • Desert
  •  Thermophilous plants
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Medicinal Complaints / Uses

Lavandula coronopifolia Poir.

System/StateTraditional
Complaint/Use
Activity / Interpretation Traditional
Preparation/Administration

Parts Used

Source
Gastrointestinal

Abdominal pain

Carminative

Prepare tea from leaves & flowers & drink.

Fruit, Fruit rind, LeafZ
General

High fever

Anti-pyretic

1. Prepare powder from flower & leaves & eat.
2. Burn plant & pass smoke under patient`s blanket to induce sweating.

Fruit rind RootZ
Respiratory

Colds

Anti-Infective

1. Prepare powder from flower & leaves & eat.
2. Burn plant & pass smoke under patient`s blanket to induce sweating.

RootZ

The authors of the Flora Palaestina Ethnobotany (FPE) web site do not take responsibility for any adverse effects from the use of the plants described here. Always seek advice from a health professional before using a plant medicinally or for other purposes

Lavandula genus has some species that may increase effects of central nervous system depressants, anticonvulsants & cholesterol lowering drugs. Oil should not be used orally in children. Large doses can cause convulsions. Skin sensitivity may occur.