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Latin Name: Leonurus cardiac

Family: Lamiaceae

Genus: Leonurus

Common Names: motherwort, hrow-wort, lion's ear, and lion's tail

Origin: Originally from Central Asia and southeastern Europe

Distribution Area: it is now found worldwide

Botanical Information: The height of an adult plant is from 30 to 200 cm. The root is stalky. The stem is erect, sometimes branched. Leaves are petiolate. The lower leaves are palmately lobed or palmatisected, and the upper leaves are whole. They are the largest ones, up to 15 cm in length; closer to the top the leaves gradually decrease. Flowers are small. Inflorescences are spiked, located at the ends of stems and branches. Cups are naked or hairy. There are four stamens. Flowering time is throughout the summer.


The stems and leaves of the motherwort contain:

  • carbohydrates
  • alkaloids (0.035-0.4%)
  • essential oil
  • tannins (up to 2%)
  • bitter principle
  • flavonoids (rutin, 7-glucoside quercetin, quinqueloside, cosmosin, hyperoside)
  • saponins
  • glycosides
  • paracum and ascorbic (23.6-65.7 mg%) acids
  • beta-carotene
  • minerals

The flowers also contain the alkaloid stachidrine (up to 0.4%).

The seeds of the motherwort are rich in fatty oils (up to 30%).


Can not be taken during pregnancy and by women after recent abortion. Motherwort can cause bleeding.

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Frank Lloyd Wright

*This article is for informational purposes only. We suggest consulting with a physician before using these or any other herbal supplements.