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Salix caprea
is a shrub widespread throughout Europe, it grows to a height of 5 to 12 m, in spring it blooms with delicate "cones" of flowers. which are one of the first messengers of spring. The bark of this tree contains the active substance Saligin, which, after use, turns into salicylic acid in the liver, which is well known as the analgesic drug Aspirin
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Marina, that's a big truth. Knowledge about the healing power of plants has been passed down from generation to generation and has been the essence of natural healing. We use their bases now, although most medicines are synthetic, their basis is in the natural substances of plants and in historical knowledge. Sometimes is a good to return to natural form, to herbs β™₯:))


Reading the medicinal profile of all these wild flowers you present here as puzzles, they make me think about the druids and healers of the past who knew all about plants and trees for their medical skills or secrets..


Nicco, thank you for your nice visit. These tender flowers on the willow always mean the beginning of spring, I also love them very much. In addition, they are very useful, I'm glad I brought you new information β™₯:))


I love pussy willow, Deanna. I didn't know about the salicylic acid & aspirin.


Karenpete, thank you for your kind visit. I'm glad to meet you. You're right, they're Pussy Willows. I couldn't remember the English name, so I wrote it in Latin β™₯:))


Jill, thank you for stopping by and writing me a nice message. I think that this photo is the best, it shows all the stages of flowers from small and undeveloped to those that are full of pollen. In early spring it is a great help for bees β™₯:))

Looks a lot like what we called Pussy Willows in the northwest boggy wetlands.


Love all your portrait photos of this lovely shrub. Think this is my favourite one. ❣️


Thank you dear Judy β™₯:))


Wishing you the same my friend. :-)


Yes Judy, the laws of nature still apply, fortunately. So we live in hope and I hope you have a beautiful day. I wish you a nice weekend β™₯:))


As the earth travels around the sun,
Spring will come.


Judy, nice to see you, my friend. I brought the first messengers of spring and I'm glad you like it. It's still cold and it will take a few more days, but spring will inevitably come ... hooray β™₯:))


Very pretty. I hope your spring comes to stay soon.

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