Marshmallow Leaf 50g - 1kg
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Marshmallow Leaf - Highest Premium Quality OverviewKnown throughout the ancient Egyptian, Arab, Greek, and Roman cultures, and used continually for at least 2000 years, marshmallow leaf and root continue to provide relief for irritations, internally and externally. In traditional folk healing practices it was given to soothe and moisten mucous membranes of the respiratory, digestive, and urinary tracts, and also as an external soothing poultice for wounds and burns. This plant has been used in beverages, desserts, candies, cosmetic creams, and was the "root" of the original marshmallow confectionaryMarshmallow leaves are of a slightly different chemical makeup than the root. They contain flavonoids including kaempferol, quercetin, and diosmetin glucosides; additionally, the leaves contain the coumarin scopoletin and phenolic acids including syringic acid, caffeic acid, salicylic acid, and vanillic acid. The root and the leaf of the plant both contain a substance known as a mucilate. This mucusy substance does not dissolve in water. When wet it swells and becomes very slippery. Marshmallow increases the production of the bodys mucosal fluids. This soothing action is very helpful with any condition that is irritated or chapped and works to sooth inflamed tissues. The root and leaves of the plant are used medicinally. Marshmallow has been used for many to relieve coughs and sore throats, as well as for chapped skin and minor wounds. One of the most famous uses of this herb was used in a drawing paste. When applied to a splinter, thorn or bee sting, it would draw out the offender and speed healing. If the skin is red, has a splinter/sting or irritated, you can apply crushed marshmallow to it and increase healing time.Marshmallow helps to lessen heartburn and intestinal conditions, such as ulcers, irritable bowel syndrome, and constipation. This slimy herb helps to coat and protect irritated mucous membranes in the mouth, throat, and gastrointestinal tract. British health authorities consider marshmallow root preparations safe and effective for soothing ulcers along the digestive tract.Marshmallow is also believed to have an ability to fight infection and boost the immune system. Recent research shows that marshmallow increases white blood cells and used for the treatment of colds, hoarseness, diarrhea and dysentary. It has also been used forreduction of high blood sugar levels in the body. According to studies in mice, marshmallow lowered blood sugar levels. More studies are needed to conclude that it does lower blood sugar levels in humans.Marshmallow can be used as a suppository for hemorrhoids, made into a tea and gargled for dry mouth and throat irritations, used externally as a poultice to heal minor skin irritations, for dry cough, and taken orally combined with blessed thistle for nursing mothers. Marshmallow is very helpful in times of burning urination, inflamed kidneys and kidney stones. Marshmallow reduces inflammation and pain and when taking 2 capsules every hour with copious amounts of water helps to ease the passing of kidney stones.Below is a list of conditions that marshmallow is helpful for: Asthma Abscesses Antidote to poisons Arthritis Bee stings Boils Burns Common cold/sore throat Cough Crohn's disease Cystisis Dermatitis Diarrhea Gastritis Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) Indigestion Laxative Peptic ulcer Sore Throat Sprains Tooth Ache Urinary tract infections Ulcerative colitis Vomiting Whitening agent (teeth) Wound healing