Hemerocallis fulva

Nota de alcance (en)

Daylilies get their name from the fact that each large colorful bloom on the stalk lasts only one day. These plants are native to Asia and have been used in Traditional Chinese Medicine for centuries. The roots and young shoots were given as a pain reliever and as a remedy for edema, difficult urination, mastitis, breast cancer, and other ailments. While the plant is edible, the roots and shoots should not be consumed in large amounts over a long time.
Toxicity
Daylilies are toxic when eaten by cats and cows, due to a neurotoxin causing paralysis and blindness.

Part used::
Roots, Rhizomes

Origin:
Asia, Europe

Nota bibliográfica (en)

Hull, Kathleen; Photog. Hull, Meredith /Indiana Medical History Museum: Guide to the Medicinal Plant Garden./ USA: Indiana Medical History Museum. 2010. -- p. 58.

Hemerocallis fulva
Término aceptado: 11-Jun-2019