Rorela: medicinal plant with anti-cough effect , indicated in case of dry cough and generally used in the form of infusion or drops.


Portuguese name: Rorela, drósera
Binomial name: Drosera rotundifolia L.
French name: Drosera , drosera, attrape-mouche, rossolis à feuilles rondes
English name: Dew plant, Red rot
German name: ( Rundblättriger ) Sonnentau
Italian name: Drosera




Flavonoids, naphthoquinones and derivatives (eg plombagin).

parts used

aerial parts

effects of rorel

indications of rorela

Irritating cough , bronchitis, digestive disorders.

Secundary effects

we do not know


we do not know


we do not know

Rosemary-based preparations

-Infusion or tea of ​​rorela (avoid using the species Drosera rotundifolia , give preference to other species of  drosera )

– Tincture of rorella (sold, for example, in the form of drops)

Where does the rorella grow?

The rorella grows in Europe, Russia and North America (usually in the mountains).

When does the rorella bloom?

The rorel usually blooms from July to August.


Rosemary is a very interesting plant to treat dry coughs, especially irritating coughs. It should preferably be taken in the form of drops (tincture). It is interesting to note that the rorella is a carnivorous plant, one of the rare carnivorous plants in Europe. Finally, it is not advisable to harvest rorella from the wild, as it is a rare and protected plant (buy ready-to-use preparations).

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