MYRTLE LEAF WHOLE 100G IPHYM Herbalism myrtus
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Used for : pulmonary infection
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MYRTLE LEAF WHOLE IPHYM Herbalism myrtus
Latin name: myrtus
Common Names: Myrtle
Parts used: Leaf
Origin: Circumference méditéranéen
Properties MYRTLE LEAF WHOLE
The myrtle leaf has antitussive and expectorant properties. It also has antibiotic properties which are due to myrtucommulones, especially gallomyrtucommulone B vis-a-vis bacteria Gram + (same effect as penicillin and streptomycin). This plant is an antifungal and antioxidant (phenolic compounds and myrtucommulones). It is antigenotoxic (myricetin-3-O-galactoside, myricetin-3-O-rhamnoside) and also anti-mutagenic. This plant is an apoptosis inducer, an astringent, an antidiarrheal, an anti-inflammatory and tonic. The myrtucommunolones possess selective inhibition of properties of the formation of prostaglandin (PG) E (2) and activity of COX-2. Myrtle leaf is anti-atherogenic and fruits are very good antioxidants (anthocyanins) but the preservation of preparations containing them should not exceed three months.
Indications and uses MYRTLE LEAF WHOLE
Myrtle leaf is used in the following cases:
- Deep and chronic lung infections, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
- Digestive disorders
- Urinary Disorders
- Homeopathic Indications: dry cough and chest pain in the left top
Cons-indications with MYRTLE LEAF WHOLE
- Misuse of this plant can cause nausea and headaches
MYRTLE dosage WHOLE LEAF
Infusion; 3 grams of dried myrtle leaves per cup of boiling water. Steep for 10 minutes. 2 drink teas daily.
Decoction; 2 brews per day. It takes 10g of dried myrtle leaves for a liter of water. Boil for 10 minutes.
Botanical description MYRTLE LEAF WHOLE
Myrtle is a shrub of 2 to 3 meters high, spread throughout the Mediterranean coast, growing in the woods and hills. The stems are covered with a reddish bark. The leaves are evergreen, leathery, oval. The flowers are white and fragrant. The fruit is ovoid, fleshy and bluish black when ripe. In ancient Greece, the myrtle was dedicated to Aphrodite, goddess of love. It seems brides of its leaves. Myrtle antibiotic properties are known since ancient times
Pharmacology MYRTLE LEAF WHOLE
Active ingredients: tannins, flavonoids, acids ursoliques
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