Alchemilla is a plant of the Rhododendron family. It is a perennial plant, 10-40 cm tall with small flowers, green-yellow. There are about 300 species, the majority are native to cold and temperate regions of the northern hemisphere of Europe and Asia. Harvesting takes place in June-July (during flowering) during the noon on sunny days, when the plant is completely dry (without dewdrops or raindrops) cutting all the aerial parts under the main rosette of leaves. Its English name “lady’s montle” indicates the beneficial effect of the plant on all kinds of gynecological problems. Something that can be seen from the comparison of its leaves with the veil of the Virgin Mary in medieval paintings. Its young, tender leaves can be added to salads. It has astringent, diuretic, cardiotonic, antidiarrheal, healing properties, muscle tonic and is suitable for wounds, wounds, ulcers, infections, laryngitis and is considered emmenagogue.