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 №10 of "Zdravnitza" is composed of 10 types of Bulgarian herbs that can be used can be used as an aid in for inflammation of the prostate gland (prostatitis). The amount is enough for a one-month intake!
Herbal mixture №10 of "Zdravnitza" contains no poisonous and hazardous to the health of plants. Herbal mixture №10 meets the requirements of the "Bulgarian State Standard" and the Ministry of Health in Bulgaria.
The herb has an astringent, burning, choleretic, appetite stimulating, diuretic effect. Regulates the functions of the liver and bile. Bulgarian folk medicine uses agrimony for atony of the bladder with difficulty urinating, liver disease, gallstones and more.
Dewberry leaves have hemostatic, anti-inflammatory and phytoncide effects. Bulgarian folk medicine most often uses dewberry leaves for various inflammatory processes in the body.
Melon seeds contain zinc and folic acid, which makes them an excellent aid in the treatment of inflammation of the prostate.
The herb also has antispasmodic, gas-repellent and diuretic effects. Valeriana contains formic acid, which acts as an analgesic and antiseptic.
The herb has a cleansing, diuretic, choleretic and analgesic effect. Bulgarian folk medicine uses the toadflax for lazy intestines, nocturnal urination in children, painful urination, inflammation of the prostate gland, headache, jaundice and more.
Lingonberry leaves are used in inflammation and urinary stones as a diuretic and anti-inflammatory agent.
Bulgarian folk medicine uses the herb for chronic bronchitis, urological dysfunctions, prostatitis, liver changes and more.
The herb has a diuretic, antispasmodic, nephrolytic and analgesic effect. It is used in various diseases of the urinary system.
Folk medicine most often uses the herb for varicose veins, liver and bile changes, prostatitis, urological disorders and others.
St. John's Wort
St. John's wort has anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, astringent, wound healing and antiulcer effects. The herb has a beneficial effect on prostate disorders, menstrual pain, ulcers, gastritis, colitis and others.
Herbal mixture №10 contains 200 g of dried herbs in the ratio:
- Agrimony (Agrimonia Eupatoria): 20%
- Dewberry - leaves (Rubus caesius): 20%
- Melon - seeds (Cucumis Melo): 10%
- Valeriana (Valeriana Officinalis): 10%
- Toadflax (Linaria Vulgaris): 10%
- Lingonberry (Vaccinium vitis-idaea): 10%
- Veronica (Veronica officinalis): 5%
- Field eryngo - root (Eryngium Campestre): 5%
- Hazel (Corylus avellana): 5%
- St John's-wort (Hypericum Perforatum): 5%
Method of preparation:
Add 2 tablespoon of the herbal mixture in 500 g of water and boil for 5 minutes. Strain and drink 150 g 3 times a day before meals.
Store in a dry, ventilated, protected from direct sunlight.
Packing: 200 g