Dusty Miller Herbal Remedies

This plant, which was once held in high regard, is seldomly used today. The sterilized or freshly-squeezed juice of cineraria has been used for cataracts and conjunctivitis (pink eye) to expedite healing. A few drops of the juice were placed into the eye several times daily. This caused a slight burning effect which quickly disappeared.

Dusty Miller Proper Dose

TypeDossage
Dusty Miller Leaf Juicea few drops for external use
Dusty Miller Tincturea few drops diluted in water

Dusty Miller Reference Information

Latin NameCineraria maritima
Other NamesSilver ragwort
Part UsedLeaf Juice
Herb FormsTincture.
AffectsSense Organs
CautionsAvoid large doses.
Botanical InfoA medium-sized herbaceous plant with blue, purple, and white flowers in the Aster family, having silvery leaves covered with a dense felt.

Supporting Research

Felter, H.W. and J.U. Lloyd. 1983. (1898). King's Dispensatory. Portland, OR: Eclectic Medical Publications.

Weiss, R. 1988. Herbal Medicine. Beaconsfield, England: Beaconsfield Publishers.

Wren, R.C. 1988. Potter's New Cyclopaedia of Botanical Drugs. Essex: C.W. Daniel Co. Ltd.

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