Goldenrod (Solidago virga-aurea L.), originating in Europe, is a yellow wild flower that belongs to the Compositae family.
The herb's Latin word which means "to make whole or heal" reflects its use in traditional herbal medicine. The goldenrod is the most commonly species used for health purposes. Its flowers and leaves are used to make tea and dietary supplements.


  Goldenrod thanks to its bioactive compounds contributes to improve urinary health and reduce inflammation.
It can help also to dry up congestion caused by colds, flu, allergies and sinus problems.
Part of plant used : aerial part
Active Compound : flavonoids
check Improves urinary health
check Anti-Inflammatory activity
check Supports respiratory tract health


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