Lady’s Bedstraw (Galium verum L.) is a perennial belonging to the Rubiaceae family. This plant grows in all areas of Europe and Asia. It might be found on grasses of meadows, heaths, and coasts and its flowers fill the air with a sweet, honey-like scent. The flowers of the plant were also used in cheese manufacture to colour the double Gloucester cheese. Lady’s Bedstraw plant is also used to make red and yellow dyes. In Denmark, that herb is also used in spirit production.
Lady’s Bedstraw Herb can be added to dishes with fresh water and sea fish, rabbit, goose, duck, horsemeat, pork, lamb, liver, and kidneys. It can be used to add flavour to soups such as potato, bean, vegetable, and cabbage soup, and sauces.
How To Use Lady's Bedstraw Herb Health Embassy
Pour 1 glass (200 ml) of boiling water over 1-3 tsp of Lady’s Bedstraw Herb and brew covered for 10-15 minutes. After this time strain it and, if needed, add some lemon juice or honey to taste.
Use 1-2 tbsp of Lady’s Bedstraw Herb per 1 liter of water, bring it to boil and simmer for at least 10 minutes. Next, strain the substance and use decoction.
Pour 400 ml of vodka over a half of glass of Lady’s Bedstraw Herb and macerate it for 14 days. Then filter and consume 3-4 times a day in amounts of 3-5 ml.
Use spring water only, pour over ground Lady’s Bedstraw Herb and leave for 6 hours. Next, strain it and drink in 100 ml dose.
3-4 tbsp of Lady’s Bedstraw Herb per the same amount of water (1 tbsp per 1 liter of water) and bring it to boil. Strain and add to the bath filled up to ¾ with water.
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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.