Clubmoss (Running Clubmoss, club moss, stag's-horn clubmoss, ground pine) is a mossy, evergreen plant that spreads over the forest floor in one to two meter long tendrils with fine, thin roots. From the tendrils grow seven to ten centimeters long, very soft to the touch, branched stalks. The four-year-old plant develops yellowish cobs in the summer, which contain pollen, also called flour.

Clubmoss is a radium-containing medicinal plant that is easily distinguished from other types of moss by its highly branched, rope-like tendrils and by the yellow pollen on its cobs.

Clubmoss grows only on the northern sides of high-stemmed forests and forest fringes at an altitude of more than 600 meters. Under the direct influence of the sun, the float loses its viability. In Australia and Germany, the flounder is under strict protection of nature.

Therapeutic action and application:

Folk medicine recommends the use of an extract of the whole plant in liver diseases, as a diuretic, as a sedative and antispasmodic.

The spores were used as a talc agent and were thought to have no medicinal power. Later, the spores were mixed with boiling olive oil and in this way ointments were prepared to treat dermatitis. The tincture of the homeopathic remedy is prepared from the powdered spores of the plant, which are released as a yellowish, highly flammable powder.

For patients with gout and rheumatism, even when changes in the joint forms have already appeared, for chronic constipation and hemorrhoids, Clubmoss tea is recommended. However, those who suffer from the disorder should be very cautious about using the tea, as spasms may occur in the intestines.

The tea is also widely used for all diseases of the urinary and genital organs, for pain and hardening of the testicles, for sand in the kidneys and renal colic. Clubmoss is indispensable for inflammation of the liver, liver cancer and cirrhosis of the liver.

Folk recipes:

Clubmoss tea:
1 teaspoon of the herb is poured with 1/4 liter of boiling water and left to soak slightly. Drink only one cup a day in sips and in the morning, on an empty stomach, half an hour before breakfast.

For liver cirrhosis and malignant liver disease, drink two cups a day.

Clumbos pillow:
Dried Clumbos (depending on the size of the stiff place, 100, 200 or 300 g.) is filled in a pillow, which is placed at night on the painful spasmodic places. This pillow remains effective for up to 1 year.

Where to buy Clumbos?

You can buy dried stalks of Clumbos from "Zdravnitza".

You can place your order online. We deliver our products to Bulgaria, Europe, USA, Canada, Australia, Israel and Thailand.

Clumbos can buy on local stores of "Zdravnitza".

Health store "Zdravnitza"
1000 Sofia, Bulgaria
23 Neofit Rilski str.

Health store "Zdravnitza"
1303 Sofia, Bulgaria
74 Odrin str.