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Bergenia crassifolia, the "thick-leaved bergenia" is a plant native to North Africa and East Asia and in plant of the family Saxifragaceae.
Bergenia crassifolia is the parent plant of Bergeniae radix, the wrapper root, and Bergeniae folium, the bergenia leaf. Both applications are used folk medicinally (especially in Russian folk medicine). There is a negative monograph of the Commission E.