MANTLE HERB 50g from Flos
- Mantle herb is an agent used in diarrhea.
Meadowsweet flower, herb from 'Flos' 50g
100g of product contains 100g meadowsweet flower.
What is it good for:
helps in the treatment of colds, stomach ailments and diarrhea.
In West Europe folk medicine it has been used to treat wounds and ulcers. Our folk medicine recommend infusions of this herb for rheumatism, gout; wounds bites, the ulcers with fistulas.
English uses meadowsweet to treat stomach ailments and treat diarrhea, especially children. They also feel that the best antipyretic is meadowsweet in infusions of wine. Infuse meadowsweet flowers with hot, but not boiling water.
Two herbal mixture with flowers meadowsweet (for A. Iburg)
Tea against headaches:
2 teaspoons dried flowers meadowsweet
1 teaspoon dried herb violet scented,
2 teaspoons dried St. John's wort,
1 teaspoon cloves.
Herbs mix, pour 2 cups boiling water, leave to strain for 10 - 15 minutes and strain.
Tea against the gout:
2 teaspoons meadowsweet,
1 teaspoon lovage,
1 teaspoon of birch leaves,
2 teaspoons of nettle leaves.
Herbs mix, pour a liter of boiling water, leave for 15 minutes to strain, strain. Drink tea one liter per day for three weeks. Then make a two-week break and repeat the treatment.
Infusion of flowers meadowsweet sweetened with honey is a tasty drink. Currently, it is used even in England as a flavoring for many brands of beer, the leaves can be used as a spice for flavoring soups. Flowers once added to a variety of dishes as a substitute for honey. Druids regarded her as one of the three most sacred herbs.
How much of infusion should we drink:
In the form of infusion. Adults: 1 teaspoon of the product (1.5 g) pour 1 cup of hot water and infuse covered for 10-15 minutes, strain. Drink 1 cup 2 times a day, the warmest possible infusion. Always use fresh brew.
Do not use if:
Do not use with hypersensitivity to salicylates (asthma, bronchospasm, rhinitis, chronic urticaria). Not recommended for use in patients with hypersensitivity to other NSAIDs. Avoid use in asthma due to the ability to induce severe reactions (acute bronchospasm).
It is not recommended for use during pregnancy and breastfeeding.
Occasionally allergic reactions in the form of rashes, asthma symptoms or disorders of the gastrointestinal tract.