Indigenous to Europe and grown throughout the world, the strawberry
plant is most recognized for the sweet red berries it produces of the
same name. Less frequently considered are the properties of the leaves.
Within traditional herb lore, they are known to possess a range of
medicinal properties that are generally universal across all varieties
of the plant.
Commonly mixed into a poultice or in bath waters, strawberry leaf is
commonly used topically to ease aches and pains. It is also said to be
useful in this manner for treating rashes, or even the pain of
arthritis. It is sometimes used as a tea or tonic as a gentle remedy for
diarrhea or to assist when there is difficulty with urination.
This is a 2 oz packet of cut Strawberry Leaf.