Antennaire, Antennaire Dioïque, Antennaria dioica, Antennariase Dioicae Flos, Cat's Ear Flower, Cudweed, Gnaphalium dioicum, Katsenpfotchenbluten, Life Everlasting, Mountain Everlasting, Patte de Chat, Pie de Gato, Pied de Chat Dioïque.
People take cat's foot to treat intestinal disease and water retention.
Be careful not to confuse cat's foot with cat's claw or with ground ivy, which is sometimes called cat's foot.
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