Yellow sweet clover CUT PLANT IPHYM Herbalism Melilotus officinalis L.

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Yellow sweet clover plant pack 250 g

Yellow sweet clover CUT PLANT IPHYM Herbalism Melilotus officinalis L.

Latin name: Melilotus officinalis L.

Family: Fabaceae

Common Names: Small yellow clover, Clover flies, Meigle, Pratelle, Mirlirot, Brain glasses, Royal Crown, Sweet clover

Parts used: Whole plant

Yellow sweet clover properties CUT PLANT

Yellow sweet clover has diuretic and antispasmodic properties. It is veinotonic and it is a powerful anti-edematous; it increases the venous and lymph flow, and reduces capillary permeability. It also decreases the arm lymphedema after mastectomy and axillary dissection. This is a plant slightly astringent and anti-inflammatory. Coumarin, which is not anticoagulant, stimulates the reticuloendothelial system and the proteolytic power macrophages. Sweet clover accelerates healing.

Indications and uses sweet clover CUT YELLOW PLANT

yellow sweet clover is used in the following therapeutic indications:

- Varicose veins and thrombophlebitis, venous-lymphatic insufficiency, capillary fragility (bruises, petechiae)

- Functional signs of hemorrhoidal crisis

- Digestive disorders minors and sleep disorders minors

- Hot flushes of menopause (as in homeopathic pathogenesis)

- External use: bruises, bruises, sprains

Cons-indications with Sweet Clover YELLOW CUT PLANT

- In case of fungal contamination, sweet clover develop phytoalexins and o-hydroxy cinnamic acid may be metabolized into an anticoagulant compound: dicoumarol

- Avoid in pregnant women

- Risk of interaction with anti-aggregating drugs and anticoagulants

Yellow sweet clover dosage CUT PLANT

Justified by pharmacology:
- Sedative used in digestive disorders
- Venous insufficiencies (heavy legs, haemorrhoids, breakthrough bleeding, capillary fragility)
Infusion: 50 g / liter, infuse 10 minutes, drink 2 to 3 cups per day

Yellow sweet clover botanical description CUT PLANT

- Common herbaceous plant, very branched from 0.50 to 1m
- Trifoliate leaf with toothed leaflets
- Small flower, yellow, in elongated clusters

Yellow sweet clover pharmacology CUT PLANT

Active ingredients: Flavonoids, coumarins, saponins, phenolic acids

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