Oman (Inula helenium L.) is native to South-Eastern Europe, but it also occurs in the rest of Europe and Western Asia. It is also known as elecampane, horse-heal or elfdock. Most often in the wild state they can be found on meadows and sunny glades, although due to the impressive size and majestic appearance, the plant is sometimes grown in home flower gardens as decorative.
Oman plant was sacred to the ancient Celts, and once had the name elfwort. According to the tradition it was held to be associated with the elves and fairy folk. In France and Switzerland Oman Root has a long tradition of use in the manufacture of absinthe.
How To Use Oman Root Health Embassy
1-2 tsp of Oman Root pour with 200ml of boiling water. Leave to infuse covered for 10-15 minutes, then strain and let it cool. Drink several times during a day in small sips.
2-3 tsp of Oman Root pour with 200ml of cool water. Bring to a boil and simmer for around 20 minutes under the cover. After this time strain the beverage and drink during the day in small sips.
50g of Oman Root pour with 250ml of 40-60% alcohol. Set aside for maceration for 14 days. After two weeks, filter and pour into bottles. Drink 1-2 times a day for about 15 drops diluted in 100ml of water.
Put 1 tbsp Oman Root to 250ml hot water, add a few drops cooking oil and mix the mixture. Put it into a linen cloth and use it as a poultice.
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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.