Aiguilles de Notre-Dame, Bec de Cigogne, Bec de Grue, Cerfeuil Puant, Cerfeuil Sauvage, Dragon's Blood, Épingle de la Vierge, Fourchette du Diable, Géranium de Robert, Géranium Herbe à Robert, Geranium robertianum, Herbe à l'Esquinancie, Herbe à Robert, Herbe Rouge, Hierba de San Roberto, Mountain Geranium, Patte d'Alouette, Stinky Bob, Storkbill, Wild Crane's-Bill.
Herb Robert is used for diarrhea; to improve functioning of the liver and gallbladder; to reduce swelling (inflammation) of the kidney, bladder, and gallbladder; and to prevent the formation of stones in the kidney, bladder, or gallbladder.
Some people use Herb Robert as a mouthwash or gargle. The fresh leaves are chewed to relieve sore mouth and throat.
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