Last update Feb. 15, 2016
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Petals and herb seeds are used.
Components are: Isoquinoline alkaloids (Rhoeadine), polysaccharides and anthocyanins.
Attributed properties: antitussive and slightly sedative.
Indications according to the Commission E of the German Ministry of Health: none.
At latest update no published data on excretion in breast milk were found.
It has been used since antiquity to sedate children in many cultures
Poisoning has occurred by using it.
Because of sedative properties only a moderate and occasional use would be compatible with breastfeeding, out of the neonatal period with close monitoring for the occurrence of sedation or loss of appetite by the infant.