Mallow is an herb native to all parts of the Mediterranean, and to Europe. It prefers barren dry soils but at the same time has a special tolerance to both drought and moisture so it can be found from coastal areas to high altitudes.
Mallow is not limited to its many healing properties and applications. The use of mallow flowers and leaves has emollient and moisturizing properties, particularly beneficial for the skin, while it is considered one of the most ideal herbs for babies and for sensitive skin.
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.