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(Stellaric media)
A low-growing, soft plant that grows as a common weed. Can be used as a vegetable or as a salad green. The whole plant is used to treat cuts, and also to relieve itching caused by eczema and psoriasis. Chickweed is also reputed to be good for rheumatism.

Functions / Benefits
Treats cuts, relieves itching caused by eczema and psoriasis (a skin disease with red scaly patches). Rich in vitamin C. Cooling. Demulcent (forms a soothing film over a mucous membrane, relieving minor pain and inflammation of the membrane). Mild alterative (Alterative = corrects disordered bodily function).

Beta-carotene (Vitamin A pre-cursor)
B vitamins (B1/Thiamin, B2/Riboflavin, B3/Niacin)
Vitamin C (ascorbic acid)
Bio-flavonoids (including glycoside rutin)
GLA/Gamma-linoleic Acid (omega-6 essential fatty acid)
Minerals: calcium, copper, magnesium, potassium, iron, manganese, silicon, zinc.