ORTIE White luminary (LAMIER) IPHYM Herbalism Lamium album L.

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nettle (Lamium) - Luminary Pack 250 g

ORTIE White luminary (LAMIER) IPHYM Herbalism Lamium album L.

Latin name: Lamium album L.

Family: Labiatae

Common Names: white nettle, dead nettle, wild nettle, Archangelic, yellow Nettle

Parts used: Flowering tops

Origin: Europe

Properties ORTIE White luminary (LAMIER)

The nettle has expectorant properties, mucolytic, émolliante and light astringent (antidiarrheal and healing). It is an anti-inflammatory, and a diuretic with intense kaliuresis (hypotensive IV). This plant is also a hepatobiliary draining, a "detoxing" and a lipid-lowering drug. The cutterbar is also a mild sedative, antibacterial and antifungal. It is antiviral by iridoids (lamiridosines A and B) and anti-oxidant.

Indications and uses of ORTIE White luminary (LAMIER)

nettle is used in the following therapeutic indications:

- Inflammation of the airways

- Bloating and gastrointestinal disorders

- Diarrhea, vaginal discharge, dysmenorrhea

- Disorders of menopause, urogenital disorders (bladder pain, prostatitis)

Dosage of ORTIE White luminary (LAMIER)

Prepare the flowers in infusion for 5 minutes, at the rate of one teaspoon per cup. Take two or three cups a day, especially for white discharge. To plant, make a slight decoction for 3 minutes. Take two or three cups a day.

Botanical description of ORTIE White luminary (LAMIER)

The white dead nettle is a perennial plant with fibrous roots, a little creepy, whitish. The stem, 20 to 50 centimeters, is hairy, simple or rower. The leaves, opposite, long-stalked, oval with a sharp point, chiseled, embossed, a nice light green. The flowers, white, quite large, clustered at the upper leaf axils, like an open mouth animal, they are visible from spring to fall. The fruit is divided into four parts.
Growing and Harvesting
Very common in Europe on any terrain, rarely above 1 000 meters, white dead nettle is propagated by sowing seeds in spring, which is transplanted in June and July. To harvest flowers, choose the first; fragile, quickly dry the shade. For flowering tops, cut the plants at v: throughout their flowering 20 to 30 centimeters from the height, assemble the bouquets, hang them, let dry in a dry, ventilated area.
Uses a white dead nettle successfully against the white discharge, pathological bleeding of the uterus, painful periods. Diuretic, it relieves cystitis and prostate conditions. Calming, it helps sleep, relax, rest. Astringent, it stops diarrhea, soothes hemorrhoids.

Pharmacology ORTIE White luminary (LAMIER)

Active ingredients: glycosides of iridoid glycosides phenylpropanoids, guclosides terpene, triterpene saponins, phenolic acids, flavonoids, mucilage, tannins

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