Aquilegia vulgaris L. (European columbine, Common columbine, Granny’s nightcap, Granny’s bonnet) is a species of columbine native to Europe. It is a flowering herbaceous perennial plant growing to 1.2 m tall, with branched, thinly hairy stems.



  • People take Aquilegia Vulgaris for gallbladder disorders and general stomach and intestinal problems. They also take it to treat a vitamin C-deficiency disease (scurvy) and yellowed skin (jaundice). People who feel agitated sometimes take Aquilegia Vulgaris to calm down.


Avoid during pregnancy and breast-feeding.


None are recorded.

Other names

Aguileña Común, Aiglantine, Ancolie, Ancolie Commune, Columbine, Cinq Doigts, Colombine, Cornette, Culverwort, Gants de Notre Dame


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