Adder's Eyes, Anagallis arvensis, Hierba Coral, Miroir du Temps, Mouron des Champs, Mouron Rouge, Morgeline, Poor Man's Weatherglass, Red Chickweed, Red Pimpernel, Shepherd's Barometer.
Despite serious safety concerns, people take scarlet pimpernel for depression, liver disorders, herpes, painful joints, and as supportive treatment of cancer. It is also used for painful kidney disorders, particularly those with swelling and an increase in urination.
Some people apply scarlet pimpernel directly to the skin for painful joints, poorly healing wounds, and itchiness.
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