Latin Name: Plantago major L
It is traditionally used for upper respiratory support, and is topically used for minor cuts, bruises, and stings. The leaves of plantain are quite edible, and are often cooked as greens or used raw in salads. Plantain is very high in vitamins A and C and is also a rich source of calciumSome people apply great plantain directly to the affected area for skin conditions or eye irritation.
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