Common Mallow (Malva sylvestris L.) belongs to the family of Malvaceae. The natural habitats of this plant include Europe, West-North Asia, and North Africa, although in addition to wild sites it is also cultivated for edible leaves, shoots, and flowers. Common Mallow is also known under the common names of cheeses, high mallow and tall mallow.
That herb also has a mucilaginous quality and can be used to thicken soups and stews. Common Mallow flowers and leaves have been used in tea blends for many years. Common Mallow Leaf may be used also in poultices as for external applications.
How To Use Common Mallow Leaf Health Embassy
1-3 tsp of Common Mallow Leaf pour 200ml of boiling water. Leave it to infuse under cover for around 10-15 minutes, then strain. Drink 4-6 times a day in a dose of 100ml.
2-3 tsp of Common Mallow Leaf pour 200ml of cool water. Bring to a boil and simmer for around 8 minutes. Then set aside to infuse covered for the next 5 minutes. Strain the decoction. Drink 4 x 100ml daily.
You can also add this decoction to your bath water and use as a poultice.
2-4 tsp of Common Mallow Leaf pour 200ml of boiled water at room temperature. Then set aside covered for 8 hours. Strain and drink as a brew.
50g of Common Mallow Leaf pour 350ml of cool water. Leave it to steep for about 8 hours. Then bring to a boil and leave to cool for about 45-60 minutes. Strain. For every 100 ml of infusion obtained, add 100g of sugar and 100ml of honey. Heat the mixture and during heating, mix thoroughly all ingredients (in the adult version you can add 50ml of rum).
Consume one tablespoon of syrup several times a day.
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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.