tormentil (tormentilla officinalis) here always grows in boggy ground, which is remarkable.
Joined with galls or tormentil, and given in sufficient quantity, it has not failed in any intermittents in which I have tried it.
The roots of bistort and tormentil, and bark of pomegranate, equal parts.
They made tea sometimes of the tormentil, whose little yellow flowers appear along the furrows.
The green leaves of the tormentil are soft and fine, with a few downy hairs on the front.
tormentil, tor′men-til, n. a genus of plants, one species with an astringent woody root.