Some traditional applications of the Wild basil (Clinopodium Vulgare L.) are associated with stimulating the regenerative processes of the body, beneficial effects on the circulatory system, strengthening the body's resistance.
Clinopodium Vulgare L.
Wild basil is a perennial rhizomatous herb with square, upright, hairy stems and opposite pairs of leaves. The leaves are hairy, ovate or lanceolate in shape, and have short or no stalks, wedge-shaped bases and bluntly-toothed margins. The inflorescence is a terminal spike consisting of several loose whorls of clusters of flowers growing in the axils of the leaves. Each flower has a short stalk, five sepals about 10 millimetres (0.39 in) long and five petals 12 to 15 millimetres (0.47 to 0.59 in) in length which are fused into a tube. The flowers are pink, violet or purple and have two lips. Each has four stamens, a long style and fused carpals.
The herb grows all over Bulgaria, especially in the lower parts of the mountains Stara planina, Sredna gora and Rhodopes.
Contains a substance with a soothing effect, greatly stimulates the regenerative processes of the human and animal organism, has a beneficial effect on the circulatory system, strengthens the resistance forces.
Strengthens the resistance forces at night-time in children, has anti-diabetic action.
Attention! Do not use in pre-infarction, heart valvular processes, pregnant women, nursing mothers and children under 8 years of age.
Wild basil - dried stalk
Can be used for: gynecological diseases, uterine myoma, cancers, calluses, eczema, etc.
Method of preparation: Steam 1 tbsp of herb for 1 hour in 500 ml hot water. Strain and drink in 3 equal parts during the day, before meals.
To be taken only under medical prescription and under medical supervision!
Packing: 30 g