Cranesbills (Geranium robertianum L.) is a genus that can be found throughout the temperate regions, but mostly in the Mediterranean region and Baltic Sea coast. It grows in Asia and North America as well. It is also known as herb-Robert, red robin, crow’s foot.
It is said that Cranesbills Herb attracts good luck. The leaves and stems of the plant may be added into smoothies, soups, or a tea. In addition to its use in herbalism, Cranesbills Herb is also used in industry as a moth remedy, as well as a preparation for protecting plants against viruses, all because of the strong characteristic smell.
How To Use Cranesbills Herb Health Embassy
Pour 200ml boiling water over a 1-2 tsp of Cranesbill Herb. Let it steep for 10-15 minutes, then strain the mixture and sweeten with honey or stevia. The infusion is ready to drink.
1-2 tbsp of Cranesbills Herb pour 1 cup (250ml) of hot water, simmer for around 15 minutes, then set aside to infuse. Strain and drink in an amount of half a cup up to 3-4 times a day.
The decoction can be used also externally as a compress, poultice, or rinse.
1 part of Cranesbills Herb pour with two parts 70% alcohol and set aside for 7 days in a dark place. After this time, filter and pour into a separate bottle. The same herb (remaining after filtering) pour 2 parts of hot water. Simmer for 40 minutes, then strain. Mix both extracts. Consume 3-4 times a day, in a dose of 1 tbsp.
20g of Cranesbills Herb pour 400ml boiling water, brew under cover for about 20 minutes. Strain and pour the infusion into the tub.
This product description is for informational purposes only.
It does not replace the consultation with a doctor and cannot be used as a medication or be a part of therapy. All decisions on this matter should be consulted with your doctor.