PLANTAIN SHEET CUT IPHYM Herbs Plantago lanceolata L.

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Plantain - Pack Leaf 250g

PLANTAIN SHEET CUT IPHYM Herbs Plantago lanceolata L.

Latin name: Plantago lanceolata L.

Family: Plantaginaceae

Common names: Grand plantain, Plantain birds, common plantain, broadleaf plantain

Parts used: Leaf

Origin: Europe


Plantain has anti-inflammatory properties (apigenin) and antispasmodic smooth muscle in the respiratory tract. The anti-inflammatory properties may be due to inhibition of the production of nitric oxide NO by macrophages. Plantain is antihistamine, it inhibits mast cell degranulation. The phenylethanoid (acteoside and plantamajoside) inhibit in vitro 5-lipoxygenase. The aucuboside acids and inhibit cyclo-oxygenase. Intravenous administration induces interferon formation. This is an antioxidant plant, there is an inhibition of lipid peroxidation. It is also an antitussive and mucolytic plant by inflammation of the upper airways (mucilage, tannins). Plantain is very antibacterial especially by the effect of the fresh plant (aucuboside). It is antiviral vis-a-vis Herpes virus (caffeic acid), immuno-modulating, (increase of TNF-alpha by polysaccharides) and potentially cancer. It is a hepatoprotective and cholesterol. This plant is also hemostatic, it promotes healing. In addition, it is also a demulcent, antipruritic, and an antihistamine.

Indications and uses PLANTAIN SHEET CUT

They are used plantain leaves in the following therapeutic indications:

- Fistulas, ulcers, hemorrhoids externally

- Insect bites (wasps, bees)

- Internal use: gastritis, peptic ulcers, diarrhea, colitis

- Bronchitis and laryngitis, asthma cough

- hematuria

Cons-indications with PLANTAIN SHEET CUT

- At high doses, plantain may have laxative effects and hypotensive

- Some people may have allergic reactions to plantain


Internal use
- Gastritis, Ulcer peptic, diarrhea, colitis
- Bronchitis and laryngitis
- hematuria
Infusion: 40 g / l, 10 minutes, 3 cups / day

External use
- Insect bites +++ (wasps, bees)
- Fistulas, ulcers, hemorrhoids
1 night maceration of 40 g / l, bring to a boil then cool: in eye baths of mouth.

Botanical description PLANTAIN SHEET CUT

Perennial, native to the Mediterranean, Central Europe and temperate Asia, plantain adapts to uncultivated soils, sunny, on the edge of roads.
Plantain is not a bushy herb. Its leaves are gray-green, linear, lanceolate, acuminate with 5 ribs.


Active ingredients: Mucilage, iridoids, phenylethanoid, flavonoids, tannins, phenolic acids, saponoside

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