A two-and-a-half, honey-bearing plant, cultivated in our country as one year old.
It grows 150 cm or more.
We are sowing into the nests and uniting in the stage of 4 true leaves.
As a drug, both the flower and the leaf are used. The flowers are harvested daily as they dry out of dew.
The leaves are harvested, but not aging and dying. Flowers are used in diseases of the upper airway. Leaves of digestive tract diseases. To the leg ulcers in combination with beetroot and carrot.