Edible usesThere are no edible uses listed for Erysimum capitatum.
Material usesThere are no material uses listed for Erysimum capitatum.
A poultice of the whole pounded plant has been applied to open fresh wounds and rheumatic joints. An infusion of the whole plant has been used as a wash on aching muscles. The crushed leaves have been sniffed as a treatment for headaches. A poultice of the warmed root has been applied to treat the pain of toothache.An infusion of the crushed seed has been drunk and used externally in the treatment of stomach or bowel cramps.
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