💊 Chemical information

Convalaria; Convallariae Herba; Lily of the Valley; Maiblume; Maiglöckchenkraut; May Lily; Muguet; Ziele konwalii.
CAS — 3253-62-1 (convallatoxol); 13473-51-3 (convalloside); 13289-19-5 (convallatoxoloside); 508-75-8 (convallatoxin).


In Ger. and Pol. (from C. majalis or closely related species).

💊 Profile

Convallaria consists of the dried flowers, herb, or the rhizomes and roots of lily of the valley, Convallaria majalis (Liliaceae). Several crystalline glycosides have been obtained from the plant including convallarin, convalloside, convallatoxoloside, and convallatoxin. Convallaria contains cardiac glycosides and has actions on the heart similar to those of digoxin. Convallaria is used in herbal medicine.


Convallaria has been used in homoeopathic medicines under the following names: Convallaria majalis; Conval. m.
1. Larkin T. FDA Consumer 1983; 17 (Oct.): 5.

💊 Preparations

Proprietary Preparations

Ger.: Convacard†; Valdig-N Burger†; Pol.: Convafort. Multi-ingredient: Arg.: Passacanthine†; Austria: Omega; Ger.: Cardibisana†; Convallocor-SL; Convastabil; Miroton; Miroton N†; Oxacant N†; Oxacant-forte N†; Oxacant-Khella N†; Viscorapas duo†; Pol.: Cardiol C; Kelicardina; Neocardina.
Published May 08, 2019.