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It can be used in cooking, and in herbal medicine for bruises and cramps.[unreliable source?]. In the Aubrac region, it's used in infusion and it's called "thé d'Aubrac" (Aubrac tea). It's appreciated for its digestive properties.
- "Medicinal uses". Herbs. Retrieved 6 January 2012.
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