Scientific Name:Fragaria vesca   
Vernacular Name:Fraisier sauvage
Family name :Rosaceae
Geographic Distribution:1300- 2400 m.

Botanical Description

Is commonly called wild strawberry, woodland strawberry is a perennial herbaceous plant in the rose family that grows naturally throughout much of the northern hemisphere, and that produces edible fruits.


Medicinal Use

The leaves  and the fruit of  wild strawberry are mildly astringent (contracting), diuretic and are  considered to have blood-purifying properties, laxative and tonic. The leaves are mainly used, though the fruits are an excellent food to take when feverish and are also effective in treating rheumatic gout. An herbal  tea made from the leaves  has been used  internally to relief diarrhea, gastroenteritis, ailments of urinary tract and haemorrhoids.


Other Use

Edible fruits

Other Plants