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ale hoof

  • Common Name(s)
    ground ivy, cat-foot, Gill-go-over-the-ground, turn hoof, hay maids, ale hoof
    Scientific Name(s)
    Glechoma hederacea L. (Lamiaceae)
    How is Ground Ivy usually used?
    Ground ivy is available as aerialaerialplant parts appearing above ground parts (i.e., flowering tops and dried leaves). It is taken orallyorallyto be taken by mouth (swallowed) or topicallytopicallyto be applied on the skin as powdered leaves, infusioninfusionthe process of steepsteepTo soak an agent (such as tea) to extract its active ingredienting or soaking plant material in hot or cold water to isolate its active ingredient, tincturetincturea desired active ingredient that is extracted from alcoholic solution, dried herb, or fluid extractextractto get, separate, or isolate a desired active ingredient.
  • Oral:
  • powdered leaves: 2 g to 4 g
    infusion: 30 mL to 60 mL, 3 times per day
    tincture: 1 g to 2 g dried equivalent, 3 times per day
    dried herb: 2 g to 4 g
    fluid extract: 2 g to 4 g dried equivalent, 3 times per day
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ale hoof (ground ivy, cat-foot, ground, turn hoof, hay maids, ale hoof)
alfalfa (alfalfa, lucerne)
all-heal (valerian, all-heal, garden heliotrope)
aloe (aloe vera, aloe, burn plant, lily of the desert, elephant's gall)
aloe vera (aloe vera, aloe, burn plant, lily of the desert, elephant's gall)
American coneflower (echinacea, purple coneflower, coneflower, American coneflower)
American cranberry (cranberry, American cranberry, bog cranberry)
American dwarf palm tree (saw palmetto, American dwarf palm tree, cabbage palm)
angelica (angelica, archangel, garden angelica, masterwort, wild angelica)
arborvitae (thuja, white cedar, arborvitae, hackmatack, tree of life)
 
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