Profile: The creeping plant known as cleavers has microscopic hairs, clinging leaves, and sticky seeds that cling to onlookers. Galium aparine, an annual herb found growing all over the world, belongs to the Rubiaceae family. Because it was once used to stuff mattresses, cleavers is also known as bedstraw. While the dried cleavers herb is frequently tinctured, steeped as tea, or applied topically, the leaves and stems are eaten fresh on spring salads.
With its clinging leaves and gooey seeds that adhere to passing people and animals, cleavers is a pasture plant native to Britain and North America. Herbalists gather the entire plant shortly before it blooms in the early summer and utilize it in their practices. In common with both quinine and sweet woodruff, cleavers. It tastes slightly harsh and has no odor. usually used as tea, although it can also be eaten or freshly crushed. It has a fresh taste and is just as suitable as an extract or capsule. It can also be sparingly sprinkled over dishes.
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