English Plantain (Plantago lanceolata L.) is of Eurasian descent but has been naturalized around the world especially in the United States. It occurs commonly as a weed growing on meadows, pastures, roadside areas, lawns and fields. It is known by the common names ribwort plantain, narrowleaf plantain, English plantain, ribleaf, lamb's tongue, and buckhorn.
The leaves of the plant are eaten by rabbits. English Plantain Leaf has been used widely in skin and hair cosmetics. Used frequently also in herbal teas and other herbal mixtures.
How To Use English Plantain Leaf Health Embassy
Put 1-3 tsp of English Plantain Leaf into 250ml of boiling water. Cover with the lid and let them steep until the bowl is cold to touch. Strain and drink 1-2 cups of this tea daily.
You can use this infusion topically as a skin wash.
1-2 tbsp of English Plantain Leaf pour 350ml of hot water and simmer under the cover for 5 minutes, then set aside for 15 minutes to cool. Strain. Drink 2-3 times a day for a half of a glass. The decoction can be also used externally.
Add 200ml decoction made from English Plantain Leaf to 1 tsp of apple cider vinegar, and a little water, if required, and stir. Use to rinse the hair.
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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.