Miraculous Tea Gynecologist

All women suffer at one time or another from problems related to their reproductive system. They can suffer from menstrual pain, cramps, heavy periods, menopausal symptoms or mycoses that cause intense itching, among other problems. Before gynecology was officially recognized as a medical branch, women treated themselves with the means of the edge to relieve their ills. And among the plants they used at the time, this plant that today still does wonders!

Before modern medicine became a part of history, people took care of themselves. Many diseases were treated with natural products: wounds with honey, colds and flu mainly with garlic and pain with different plants and fruits. Even today, traditional medicine is used in countries of the South and Asian countries, while in developed countries it is considered a complementary medicine.

And among the medicinal plants that were used, a plant with multiple virtues nicknamed the mantle of the virgin, which was known to treat gynecological problems in women. We still use this plant for its therapeutic virtues.

The common alchemille

It is more commonly called the mantle of the virgin, the cloak of our lady, the rabbit's paw, the dew-door or the grass to the women, pretty poetic names which make a discreet allusion to its great gynecological virtues. Common alchemilla is a plant originally from the old continent found in the plains and mountains. It is 10 to 30 cm tall, its stem is green speckled with red, its leaves are large and its flowers small. It usually appears from May to October. This plant has many culinary and therapeutic uses. In the kitchen, it is used to flavor dairy products or infusions. In traditional medicine, this plant has astringent, diarrheic, diuretic, tonic, calming, haemostatic, vulnerable, antirheumatic, antioxidant and healing properties.

A short story…

This wonder of nature owes its name to the alchemists of the Middle Ages who took the dew of its leaves for a heavenly water necessary for the manufacture of the philosopher's stone. From the time of the Renaissance, this plant was given the divine power to restore virginity to women and to strengthen their breasts withered by time, hence the name of our lady's cloak.

The therapeutic virtues of the alchemille

This plant treats benign diarrhea in pregnant women, helps reduce menstrual pain, treats intestinal disorders, helps to cope with premenstrual syndrome and to regulate menstrual cycles. It contains flavonoids and antioxidants that promote good blood circulation in the body. Its healing power helps to avoid haemorrhages during abundant periods or after a low birth. Alchemille also helps to treat infections, mycoses and other infections related to the female genitalia.

Other properties ...

This plant never ceases to amaze us because in addition to its gynecological virtues, it can be used to cure the sensation of heavy legs, swollen ankles and oral problems such as canker sores. Because it contains a significant amount of tannins, this plant performs miracles on skin sores and ulcers. It also has a mitigating action on stretch marks and cellulite, and would be a very effective natural medication in case of headaches, angina and rheumatism, thanks to its anti-inflammatory properties.

How to consume it?

In case of problems related to the female genital system, it goes without saying that a gynecological examination is necessary. Because no plant can replace the expert advice of a gynecologist, it is nevertheless highly recommended to include tea infusions with alchemilla to promote rapid healing. Experts say that a tea in our lady's coat a day can help considerably to cope with premenstrual syndrome, menopause, painful menstruation, itching, and so on.

Prepare an infusion of your choice, without sugar, then add a few sheets of alchemille at the last minute. Above all, do not boil them in water as this could suppress or lessen the therapeutic effects of the alchemille.

Warnings

Although this plant is a real miracle treatment, it is important to mention that it should never be combined with oral contraceptives or anti-vitamin K treatments. Alchemia should be consumed very moderately by those who Present a risk of phlebitis.


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