Agrimony (Agrimonia eupatoria) is widely used in Bulgarian folk medicine - for tuberculosis, as well as for skin tuberculosis, and also for hemorrhoids.
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- 100% natural product
- Produced in Bulgaria
- According to the prescriptions of the Bulgarian healer Petar Dimkov
- One month supply per pack
Herbal mixture №1 of "Zdravnitza" is composed of 9 types of Bulgarian herbs that can be used as an aid in gout. The amount is enough for a one-month intake!
Herbal mixture №1 of "Zdravnitza" contains no poisonous and hazardous to the health of plants. Herbal mixture №1 meets the requirements of the "Bulgarian State Standard" and the Ministry of Health in Bulgaria.
The herb has astringent, burning, choleretic, appetite stimulant and diuretic properties. Bulgarian folk medicine uses the agrimony for gout, gastrointestinal disorders, biliary and hepatic changes, hemorrhoids and more.
Strawberry leaves have a diuretic, astringent-anti-inflammatory, angioatherosclerotic effect. The herb is a powerful antioxidant and contains anti-inflammatory components. Strawberry leaves protect the body from microbial pathogens. Bulgarian folk medicine recommends herbs for gout, metrorrhagia, urolithiasis and others.
Horsetail has a diuretic, hemostatic, astringent, anti-inflammatory and remineralizing effect. Bulgarian folk medicine recommends the herb for kidney sediments, cystitis, pyelitis, gout, sciatica, rheumatism and others.
The herb has antimicrobial action. It is used in some kidney diseases, biliary inflammation, rheumatism, sciatica. Birch is also used for gout, atherosclerosis, kidney stones and bladder.
Due to its many active ingredients, yarrow is widely used in medicine. The herb has antispasmodic, gas-repellent, anti-inflammatory and antiparasitic effects. Folk medicine uses yarrow to relieve digestive problems, including stomach pain, intestinal inflammation, constipation and flatulence.
The herb has antispasmodic, anthelmintic action; enhances the secretions of the gastric glands and bile. In folk medicine, gentian is used as an aid in gastric and intestinal colic, flatulence, intestinal atony, sand in the kidneys and bladder.
The herb has an antispasmodic effect, stimulates the appetite and improves digestion. Bulgarian folk medicine uses woundwort for gout, colic of the gastrointestinal tract, diarrhea, headache and more.
The herb is the most bitter plant of the appetite stimulants used in medicine. It tones the entire digestive system - increases the secretion of saliva, gastric juice, bile and other digestive juices and improves digestion. It has a weak anthelmintic effect.
The herb has a pronounced anti-inflammatory effect. Folk medicine uses tansy for a number of health problems, including gout, hepatosis, hysteria, kidney problems, nervous diseases, rheumatism, ulcers, spasms, sprains, edema, tuberculosis, colic, gas, constipation.
Herbal mixture №1 contains 200 g of dried herbs in the ratio:
- Agrimony (Agrimonia Eupatoria L.): 20%
- Strawberry (Fragaria vesca): 20%
- Horsetail (Equisetum arvense): 10%
- White Birch (Betula pendula): 10%
- Yarrow (Achillea Millefolium): 10%
- Gentian (Gentiana Cruciata L.): 10%
- Woundwort (Betonica Officinalis): 10%
- Yellow Gentian (Gentiana Iutea L.): 7%
- Tansy (Tanacetrum Vulgare L.): 3%
Method of preparation:
Put 2 tablespoons of the herbal mixture in 500 g of hot water and leave to soak for 10 minutes. Strain and take 3 times a day for 120 g before meals.
Store in a dry, ventilated, protected from direct sunlight.
Packing: 200 g