30 percent of gynecological surgery can be avoided with this plant!
It also helps with: bleeding, insect bites, nausea and vomiting, eczema and dermatitis, sore throat, mild diarrhea, especially in young children, gout and rheumatism, hemorrhoids, ulcers…Common Lady’s Mantle (lat. Alchemilla vulgaris) contains flavonoids, organic acids, tannins, phytosterines, salicylic acid, essential oil and a real treasure of vitamin C.
Because of the variety of tannins it has a bitter taste, but also a powerful anti-inflammatory and antibacterial effect. The greatest glory Lady’s Mantle gained as a tool against women’s diseases, because it is one of the most effective plants for this type of problems.
Even the famous Swiss herbalist Johan Kincora claimed that 30 percent of gynecological surgery can be avoided by using tea of Lady’s Mantle.
The ideal plant for pregnant women
One of the serious problems that plague women is the inability to conceive. Lady’s Mantle is the best herbal treatment option for infertility. It works as a great regulator of the hormones; progesterone stimulates growth and leads to more regular menstrual period, which is very important when attempting conception. It also effectively removes the weight and helps with polycystic ovaries.
Lady’s Mantle can also help with the weak uterus and protect the pregnant woman of miscarriage by strengthening the uterus.
Any woman who recently gave birth should drink tea of Lady’s Mantle, 8 to 10 days after birth.
It is recommended with injuries after childbirth and recovery from severe birth.
It helps with PMS and menopause
In addition to the aforementioned effects on women’s health, Lady’s Mantle acts against fibroids, cysts and endometriosis, eases menstrual cramps, regulate menstrual cycle and alleviates menopausal symptoms.
It is also used for painful menstruation, because it contains tannins and astringents that normalize bleeding.
Bath, vaginal douches and tampons with Lady’s Mantle are effective in yeast, bacterial vaginitis and other infections. Tampons soaked in tincture of Lady’s Mantle can be used as pessaries.
It destroys bacteria and viruses
The latest scientific research shows that Lady’s Mantle prevents the growth of many types of bacteria, including staph – bacteria that have become resistant to many antibiotics. It is believed that Lady’s Mantle has antiviral properties.
As it regenerates and tones the uterus and helps in healing of wounds, it can be concluded that Lady’s Mantle is the extraordinary remedy against a disease which is caused by the human papilloma virus (HPV).
Japanese scientists have discovered that an ingredient from Lady’s Mantle, agrimonin, stops breast cancer.
It also helps with: bleeding, insect bites, nausea and vomiting, eczema and dermatitis, sore throat, mild diarrhea, especially in young children, gout and rheumatism, hemorrhoids, ulcers
Tea of Lady’s Mantle
Pour one teaspoon Lady’s Mantle in a cup of boiling water and let stand for five to ten minutes. Drink in sips two cups a day.
Tea for rinsing
Put 30 to 50 grams of dried plants without roots in a liter of water and let it boil. Use the tea for vaginal douches or enemas with intestinal problems.
200 grams of dried or fresh Lady’s Mantle boil in three liters of water and pour into the tub filled with water. Have a bath for 10 to 20 minutes before bedtime.
People who have problems with the stomach, liver or gall bladder should take Lady’s Mantle in smaller quantities.