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Potentilla Repartans

Historically cinquefoil has been employed as an astringent, an antihemorragic agent, and a remedy for fevers. Even though early users did not know it, the tannic acid in the plant accounts for its effectiveness as an astringent in stopping bleeding. Its ability to cure fevers, however, has been found questionable as the result of pharmacological investigation.

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