Cinquefoil (Comarum palustre L.) is also called purple cinquefoil, marsh potentilla or purple marshlocks. It occurs in marshy meadows, ponds, lowlands and foothills in Europe, Asia and North America. Cinquefoil plant produces rhizomes crawling on the ground and characteristic burgundy flowers. The rhizome of the plant should be harvested in Spring or Autumn.
Cinquefoil Rhizome is widely used in Russia, Ukraine and Belarus. This plant has a long history of usage in herbalism and cosmetics. The extract of Cinquefoil Rhizome is often added to astringent face masks. You can also make a poultice and anti-inflammatory tonics using it.
How To Use Cinquefoil Rhizome Health Embassy
Pour 1 tbsp of Cinquefoil Rhizome with 250ml of water, cook on low heat for 10-20 minutes. After this time set aside for 20-30 minutes under the cover, then strain. Add the missing amount of water to the volume of 1 glass and drink.
The decoction is also suitable for washing the skin and rinses.
1 part of Cinquefoil Rhizome pour 5 parts of 5-6% vinegar, set aside for a month, then strain. Use to the mouth and throat wash and hair rinses.
Pour 1 part of Cinquefoil Rhizome into 5 parts of red wine, leave at least 1 month, then filter and pour into a destination bottle. Drink 20ml daily for 2 weeks.
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.