Mallow – Malva Sylvestris
Mallow, as mentioned in the collection of the herb, contains abundant mucous substances, resulting in having emollient and soothing action. Either for internal use or for external use, mallow is ideal for gastritis, gastric ulcers, colic and stops vomiting. It creates a protective film, because of the mucous substances, in the stomach, resulting in the reduce of heartburn and pains even from gastric ulcers. Mallow protects the intestines too, relieving from irritation, dysentery and diarrhea. In large quantities mallow has a laxative effect, so it is ideal for toxin excretion.
The effect of this herb, is ideal not only for maintaining the health of the digestive system, but also the urinary system, protecting against infections, cystitis, urethritis and diseases and irritation of the kidneys. Due to the direct relation of urinary and gynecological system, mallow is offered for relieving from gynecological problems. The best use for treatment of gynecological problems is the use of the infusion for vaginal washes.
Besides the softening and soothing action featuring mallow, the anti-inflammatory action helps to all kinds of skin diseases, such as burns and swellings, as well as inflammation of the mucous membranes, sprains and muscle aches. Mallow also alleviates from insect stings and protects from inflammation of the affected area.
It acts as a very good expectorant and relieves many respiratory diseases. It is recommended to use for combating dry cough or productive cough due to properties, treat laryngitis and pharyngitis and asthma and sore throats. The expectorant properties of mallow make it excellent for treating bronchitis. The mallow recommended for treating the symptoms of the common cold and catarrh.
As individual properties, mallow protects against liver disease, detoxifying the liver and relieves pain in the ears. Investigations have shown that consumption of mallow juice reduces the episodes of epilepsy sufferers thus considered medicament against disease.
It acts as a very good expectorant and alleviates from many respiratory diseases. It is recommended to be used for combating dry cough or productive cough, due to its antitussive properties, for treatment of laryngitis and pharyngitis as well as asthma and sore throats. The expectorant properties of mallow, make it excellent for treating bronchitis. Mallow is recommended for treating the symptoms of the common cold and catarrh.
As individual properties, mallow protects against liver diseases, detoxifying the liver and alleviates from ear pains. Investigations have shown that consumption of mallow juice reduces the epilepsy episodes to those suffering, resulting in being considered medicine against this disease.
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