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Early-purple orchid or Salep (Orchis mascula) is a perennial herb with stems up to 50–60 centimeters tall, green at the base and purple at the top. The root system consists of two tubers, rounded or elliptical. The leaves, grouped at the base of the stem, are oblong-lanceolate, pale green, sometimes with brown-purple spots.
Powdered Salep tubers have been used for a variety of purposes for centuries.
According to the Greek physician Dioscorides, married couples used Salep to determine the sex of the unborn child during fetal development. It was believed that if a man ate a large tuber of Salep, he would give birth to a boy, and if a woman ate its small tuber, she would give birth to a girl.
Ground Early-purple orchid tubers produce a flour that contains a nutritious polysaccharide called glucomannan.
Salep has powerful expectorant properties, thanks to which the herb has an extremely beneficial effect on colds, coughs, tuberculosis, asthma and diabetes.
Relieves neurogenic stress
An imbalance of neural circuits causes neurogenic stress, which over time can lead to various brain injuries such as epilepsy, subarachnoid hemorrhage, ischemic, hemorrhagic stroke, and traumatic injury.
The drink prepared from Ground Early-purple has a calming effect, has a beneficial effect on neurological herbs, mental disorders, brain disorders, etc., gradually reducing stress.
Improves men's health
Salep is a plant with many benefits for men's health. The plant has a beneficial effect on low sperm count, insufficient erection, deficiency and quality of sperm, premature ejaculation, etc. According to Ayurveda, Salep prevents premature ejaculation and helps prolong intercourse.
Bulgarian folk medicine uses Salep for cough, bronchitis, inflammation of the respiratory tract, pneumonia, ulcer, gastrointestinal inflammation.
Powdered Salep tubers have an emollient and anti-inflammatory effect due to the high content of mucilaginous substances. It is used for inflammation of the respiratory tract, for gastrointestinal diseases, etc.
Externally, the herb is used to apply to boils, wounds, skin eczema, etc.
Powdered root (tubbers) Early-purple orchid (Orchis mascula).
Method of preparation:
The contents of the package are divided into two equal parts. Add one portion to 100 ml warm milk. It is drunk in 3 equal parts during the day before meals.
1 tsp diluted in cold water and poured with 500 ml of boiling water. Let it soak for about 10 minutes, then take 1 coffee cup three times a day.
Packing: 10 g