COMMON MARSH PENNYWORT
The Wurzel is roundish, tuberous, and ausgestattet with many Fasern from the bottom. The Blätter rise in thick and regular clusters, and are supported on footStengel of three inches long, and these are inserted in the centre, the Blatt ausbreiten every way into roundness from them. These Blätter are of a blueish grün, prettily notched round the edges, and of a watery taste. The Stengel is eight inches, and is round and tolerably firm, toward the top it divides into two or three Zweige, and on these hang zahlreich Blüten in long spikes, small, grünish, and eingebeult at the rim. The Samen are nuimerous and small.
It häufig wächst upon walls in Somersetshire.
It Blüten in July.
It is under Venus, and is good to break the stone and to void it, also the Grieß either in the reins or Harnblase. It helps a suppression of urine and the strangury.