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30 PERCENT OF THE GYNECOLOGICAL SURGERIES CAN BE AVOIDED THANKS TO THIS HERB

This herb also helps with issues like: bleeding, bites from insects, sickness and vomiting, eczema and dermatitis, laryngitis, mild diarrhea, especially in children, gout and rheumatism, hemorrhoids, stomach ulcers, etc.

Lady’s mantle (lat. Alchemilla vulgaris) contains flavonoids, organic acids, tannins, phitostearines, salicylic acid, ethereal oil and a real treasury of vitamin C.

Thanks to the abundance of tannins, lady’s mantle has bitter taste, but it also has powerful anti-inflammatory and antibacterial effect. Most of its fame lady’s mantle owes to its powerful properties to fight women diseases. It is one of the most efficient herbs when it comes to fighting women diseases.

Even the famous Swiss herbalist Johan Kincle has claimed that 30 percent of the gynecological surgeries can be avoided with the consumption of lady’s mantle tea.

Ideal herb for pregnant women

One of the most difficult problems some women face is the impossibility to become pregnant. Lady’s mantle is the best herbal source for treating infertility. It works as an excellent hormone regulator, it stimulates the growth of progesterone and it leads to more regular menstrual cycles, which is also very important when a woman tries to conceive. Also, this herb efficiently reduces the body weight and it help in treating polycystic ovaries.

Lady’s mantle is also beneficial for weak uterus and by strengthening the uterus it protects pregnant women from spontaneous abortion.

Every woman that has recently given birth should drink lady’s mantle tea 8 to 10 days after the delivery.

This herb is also recommended for injuries after the delivery, for recovery after difficult deliveries and for getting rid of loose belly.

It is beneficial in the PMS and in the menopausal period

Besides the abovementioned effects lady’s mantle has on women health, it also efficiently treats myoma, cysts, and endometriosis, it relieves menstrual pain and symptoms, it regulates the menstrual cycle and it relieves the symptoms of menopause.

Lady’s mantle is also used for treating painful and intense menstruations, as it contains tannins and astringents that normalize the bleeding. If you combine lady’s mantle with the shepherd’s purse plant, you will get a remedy against all women diseases and illnesses.

Lady’s mantle’s baths, tampons and rinsing with lady’s mantle are efficient in fighting fungi, bacterial vaginitis, and other infections. You should soak a tampon in a lady’s mantle tincture and use it as vaginalette.

It destroys bacteria and viruses

The latest scientific researches show that lady’s mantle prevents the growth of numerous types of bacteria, including staphylococci, the bacterium that has become resistant to a great number of antibiotics. Lady’s mantle is thought to have antiviral properties as well.

Taking in consideration that lady’s mantle efficiently renews and tones the uterus, and that it helps in healing wounds, we can conclude that it is an incredible means for treating diseases caused by humani papiloma virus (HPV).

Japanese scientists have found out that a substance found in lady’s mantle, agrimonin, inhibits breast cancer.

It also helps in treating bleeding, insect bites, sickness and vomiting, eczema and dermatitis, laryngitis, mild diarrhea, especially in children, gout and rheumatism, hemorrhoids, stomach ulcers.

Lady’s mantle tea

Take a teaspoon of lady’s mantle and add it to a cup of hot water. Leave it for about five to ten minutes, and then strain it. You should drink this tea in sips, two cups a day.

Tea for rinsing

Boil 30 to 50 grams of dried lady’s mantle herb without roots in a liter of water. Rinse the vagina with this tea, or use it as clysters for eliminating problems with the intestines.

Bath

Take 200 grams of dried or fresh lady’s mantle and boil it in three liters of water. Then, pour it in your bathtub previously prepared with water and stay in that water for about 10 to 20 minutes before you go to bed.

Note:

People that have problems with their stomach, liver, or the gallbladder should consume lady’s mantle in smaller amounts.

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