GUI Viscum album L. Herb leaf IPHYM

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GUI Viscum album L. Herb leaf IPHYM

Mistletoe is indicated in hypertension associated with arteriosclerosis and hypertension in women after menopause

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Used for : hemorrhage, bleeding, menopause, nervousness, hypertension, arteriosclerosis, chorea, éclampisme, epilepsy, chorea, éclampisme, epilepsy

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GUI Viscum album L. Herb leaf IPHYM

Latin name: Viscum album L.

Family: Loranthaceae

Common Names: Blondeau, wood Holy Cross, plug gillon, Verguet, verquet, green apple

Parts used: Leaves



Mistletoe is an antihypertensive, a diuretic azoturic, hemostatic, antispasmodic and nerve sedative.

- Hypotensor, vasodilator
- Diuretic (saponoside)
- Stimulates immune defenses and anti tumor (not shown)

Indications and uses GUI FULL SHEET

Mistletoe is indicated in hypertension associated with arteriosclerosis and hypertension in women after menopause, bleeding in general, nervousness, epilepsy, chorea and éclampisme.

- Hypertension
- Adjuvant arteriosclerosis
- Anti-neoplastic
- Bleeding congestive

- Albuminuria
- Arteriosclerosis
- Drop
- Frostbite

Cons-indications with GUI FULL SHEET



Preparation time: 20 grams per 1/2 liter of water, let soak overnight. The morning heat but stop when boiling.

1/2 liter drink between meals in small catches.

Prepare your teas and herbal infusions with low mineral water. Water plays an important role because it conveys the properties of plants.

Drinks herbal generally act better on an empty stomach. Often, it is suggested to drink herbal teas and tisanes in small sips throughout the day, but it is also possible to divide the daily dose of medicinal plants in 2 or 3 doses. Indications are that it simply takes the natural remedy needed.

Precautions WHOLE LEAF GUI

The infusion of leaves Gui has many side effects at high doses, observe the maximum recommended doses.

False mistletoe berries contain toxic substances, glycosides (presumably saponins) which can cause damage if swallowed fruit digestive disorders and even heart disease (cardiovascular collapse) if the number of berries ingested exceeds ten .

Recommended associations with GUI FULL SHEET


WHOLE LEAF GUI botanical description

Tuft sheet parasite that lives in the trees. Leaves persistent, are elongated, thick, yellow-green.

Pharmacology WHOLE LEAF GUI

The viscin, substance extracted from mistletoe, high-dose can dangerously slow heart rate, cause convulsions, increased blood pressure and even cause an abortion, but in low doses, it has beneficial effects on people suffering from hypertension and heart disease.

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