Meadowsweet (Filipendula ulmaria)
The name comes from the Anglo-Saxon "meodu-swete", which means "mead sweetener". Since ancient times, it has been used to flavor mead, beer and wine.
Meadowsweet is a perennial belonging to the rose family, i.e. the same as e.g. hawthorn, meadowsweet, wild rose, as well as wild strawberry or quince.
This delicate flower was used to attract love, peace and happiness and was especially popular in love spells and potions. Adding this flower to a wedding bouquet was supposed to bring joy and blessing to the bride!
This product has been the subject of various scientific studies. While we don’t make any health claims about our product, we encourage interested customers to explore the wealth of scientific literature available on mentioned product.
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