Common Fumitory (Fumaria officinalis L.), known also as drug fumitory, beggary, hedge fumitory or earth smoke, is a low shrub native to Central Europe and Asia. Its 'smoky' name came from pink, translucent flowers and grey leaves. From a distance, the plant can have the wispy appearance of smoke.
The Fumitory plant was used by witchcraft for rituals and spells to protect and attract love. According to the ancient, when the plant is burned, its smoke has the power of expelling evil spirits. Common Fumitory flowers make a yellow dye on wool. In cosmetics, it is used for the treatment of problematic skin.
How To Use Common Fumitory Herb Health Embassy
Pour 200ml of boiling water to 1-3 tsp of Common Fumitory Herb and let it steep for around 10-15 minutes, then strain. Drink 1 cup of warm infusion 30 minutes before the meal.
1-3 tsp of Common Fumitory Herb pour with 250ml of warm water and bring it to a boil. Simmer for 3-5 minutes, then set aside for 15 minutes. After this time strain the beverage. Drink 1-3 tbsp up to 4 times a day.
Pour 1 part of Common Fumitory Herb with 5 parts 40% alcohol. Leave for 2 weeks, then filter. Take 1-2 tsp of tincture 3 times a day. Dilute with a little water before taking it.
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