COMMON BEARBERRY BÄRENTRAUBE - GAYUBA O UVA DE OSO (Arctostaphylos uva-ursi) Bearberry has historically been used for medicinal purposes. It contains the glycoside arbutin, which has antimicrobial properties and acts as a mild diuretic. It has been used for urinary tract complaints, including cystitis and urolithiasis. An infusion may be made by soaking the leaves in ethanol and then diluting with water.
Primula Veris - Family Primulaceae - Common names – Bedlam Cowslip, Herb Peter, Key of Heaven, Common Cowslip. Uses:- Can be used in infusion for anxiety, insomnia and headaches. Can also be used to make cowslip wine or eaten in salads