Name (common): Hawthorn

Botanical name: Crataegus monogyna


General description:

Historically, hawthorn berries have been used, while extracts derived from leaves and flowers are more common today. Hawthorn has been used in traditional Chinese medicine, as well as Native American medicine as a heart tonic.


Functions and general science:

Hawthorn became popular as a heart medicine in Europe in the late 19th Century and is still one of the most popular herbal medicines for cardiovascular health.

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