Grindelia robusta Nutt.
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Grindelia is a plant of the Asteraceae family. It owes its generic name to David Hyeronimus Grindel, a doctor and professor of pharmacy from the 18th century.
Grindelia is used in phytotherapy for its flowering tops which contain acids - phenols (ferulic, chlorogenic and caffeic acids), tannins, saponosides as well as flavonoids such as quercetol, kaempferol and apigenin.
Grindelia also has an essence consisting of borneol, terpineol and α/β-pinene, which is used for inflammatory coughs, bronchitis and hay fever.
This plant has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. It is also antibacterial thanks to the action of its polyphenols and saponosides. Thanks to its expectorant and antispasmodic properties, grindelia helps to soothe coughs.
- Expectorant and soothing, grindelia has a beneficial action on the respiratory tract and/or throat.
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