Fumaria muralis is a delicate annual plant that flowers in spring. It is most easily distinguished by its flowers, which have pink petals with dark red or purple tips. There are about twelve flowers per inflorescence.
The stems are initially erect then become sprawling or climbing. They are weak and many-branched, up to 1000 mm (39.4 in) long, and hairless.
Fumitory is involved in urinary elimination.
Jaundice grass » contributes to the proper functioning of the hepatobiliary system and digestive functions. It has an activity on the regulation of the bile flow (cholalogue and choleretic effects), and is an ideal ally in case of slow digestion or constipation.
Fumitory is also useful thanks to its dermatological properties in cases of psoriasis, urticaria and eczema.