an easy leaved plant Petasites vulgaris of the Composite family thought to have-been used in The united kingdomt for overall pats of butter
- tiny Eurasian herb having diverse leaves and lilac-pink rayless flowers; present moist areas
- A broad-leaved plant (Petasites vulgaris) regarding the Composite family, thought to are used in The united kingdomt for wrapping up pats of butter.
The plants frequently described as Butterbur are observed within the daisy family Asteraceae into the genus Petasites, types P. vulgaris or P. hybridus. The plants are found into the temperate area associated with Northern Hemisphere and favor damp environments such riverbanks and marshes. The rhizome (root) of the plant has been used as an herbal remedy for fever, symptoms of asthma, colds, and urinary issues and has also been considered a cardiac "tonic" and a diuretic.
(letter.) A broad-leaved plant (Petasites vulgaris) associated with the Composite household, thought to were utilized in The united kingdomt for all in all pats of butter.