One of the most potent plants to combat nephritic colic, one of the ills that is characterized as the most painful in the world.
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Nona plant (Ononis aragonensis) or Pedreguera grass, is very typical to find in the south of Aragon, although not native, as occurs in many other areas in the Iberian Peninsula. Also found in North Africa. Grows up on rocks and elevated areas, usually on calcareous soils and not less than 1000 m high. Orlas shady forest and shrublands on limestone mountain. It is a bush (almost shrub) forming a strain woody and tortuous, with branches that can reach the thickness of a finger. The branches of the year are herbaceous and abundant glandular hairs. The leaves, supported by its tail, are composed of three or four leaflets round, with the ribbing enhanced and clearly visible. The flowers form clusters are disrupted and showy yellow corolla. Its composition is not known practically nothing. The use of this plant is only subject to popular wisdom, as it has never been studied composition. We know that this is one of the most potent plants to combat nephritic colic, it's one of the ills that is characterized as the most painful in the world. Maybe our ancient thought a bush of this magnitude could heal an ill as common then as now, only now have much more effective remedies and better prepared. The fact is that the bark of this shrub works great against colic in question, although we can not explain with certainty the physiological mechanism by which it acts.