QUEEN OF NEAR CUT IPHYM luminary Herb Spirea ulmaria L. / meadowsweet

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Meadowsweet - Luminary cut package 250g

QUEEN OF NEAR CUT IPHYM luminary Herb Spirea ulmaria L. / meadowsweet

Latin name: Spirea ulmaria L. / meadowsweet

Family: Rosaceae

Common names: Ulmaire, beautiful meadows, Vignette, Grass bees, Beard goat, goat foot, Rut

Parts used: Flowering top

Origin: Europe, Asia, North America

Properties MEADOWSWEET luminary CUT

Meadowsweet is one of Europe's oldest medicinal plants used to relieve pain, especially thanks to its removal properties of uric acid. That's why we recommend it in the context of all rheumatic, arthritic and arthritic conditions and pains of any origin (headaches, neuralgia). Effective to reduce fever, is also a recognized antispasmodic. In addition its consumption is recommended in the context of the prevention of cardiovascular events. It is used as choleretic, diuretic, depurative and sudorific. If cholelithiasis, meadowsweet is very effective to dissolve stones present in the urinary tract or the bladder. It is useful to reduce the effects of cellulite.

Indications and uses MEADOWSWEET luminary CUT

meadowsweet is used in the following therapeutic indications:

- Drop
- Rheumatism
- Arteriosclerosis
- Cellulite
- Flu

Cons-indications and precautions with MEADOWSWEET luminary CUT

- Risk of stomach pains

- Methyl salicylate is regularly cause poisoning whose symptomatology is that of the salicylate intoxication: 1 ml of methyl salicylate is equivalent to 1.4 g acetylsalicylic acid (aspirin) and feed intake are sometimes greater than 10 ml

- Use caution when co-administered with anticoagulants

- Contraindication to heparin and derivatives


It was once used as vulnerary, diaphoretic, astringent, diuretic (Cazin), tonic, recommended against dropsy and rheumatic disorders

Dosage MEADOWSWEET luminary CUT

Anti-inflammatory action in rheumatism and iurétique; in i NFusion: 30g / liter, infuse 15 minutes, drink about 150 ml per day

Botanical description MEADOWSWEET luminary CUT

Beautiful perennial herb, hairy, very elegant bearing measuring between half a meter and a meter and a half. His reddish stem is smooth and angular. She wears multiple false branched umbels very fragrant, yellowish-white. The sheet composed of an odd number of leaflets, is dark green, hairless above, felted white underneath. The terminal leaflet palmate, divided into three or five parts, the lateral leaflet form from two to five pairs along the petiole. It is his haughty look who calls himself "meadowsweet". Its fruits are helically wound.

Pharmacology MEADOWSWEET luminary CUT

Active ingredients: HE simple phenolic glycosides, flavonoids, ellagitannins

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