About Herbs — herbs for bladder
Posted by Maree van Dongen on
If you were to encounter a Dandelion plant in your garden whilst weeding, you wouldn’t think twice before pulling it out. However, the plant has been used for its beneficial properties throughout the world for over 1000 years. Today, Dandelion grows wild in most parts of the world, as well as being cultivated for fresh or dry use.The name Dandelion derives from Latin “deons leonis” literally meaning lion’s teeth. This refers to the appearance of their yellow flowers. Both the leaves and the root of the plant are used for their remedial properties. Some recipes even exist for Dandelion “honey”...
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Posted by Brett Riley on
Willow Herb /Epilobium, also known as Small-flowered Willow Herb, perfect for herbal tea. Attributed to be a cooling, astringent herb that is useful for inflammation and may help with problems of the urinary tract. Epilobium is used to treat prostate problems, bladder problems, and bed-wetting. Willow Herb had been traditionally used in treatments of numerous conditions: prostate enlargement, inflammation of the prostate (prostatitis), gastrointestinal disorders, kidney and bladder disorders, rectal bleeding, menstrual disorders, cystitis, urinary infections, diarrhea, mouth lesions and irritable bowel syndrome. Now, after thorough researches, Willow Herb has been recognized as a powerful herb against bladder and kidney...
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