The herb is also called a white marshmallow. The Latin name is Radix Althaeae Officinalis (mundatae)
Description: a perennial gray-green herbaceous plant with short, thick rhizome and 50 cm long whitish roots. Stem upright, cylindrical, hollow, up to 2 m high. Leaves consistent, slightly cut, top ends. Colors from white to pale pink, and more rarely red. Blooms July - August.
Chemical composition: 30-35% mucus consisting of galacturonic and glucuronic acid, glucose, pentose; Asparagine, betaine, phytosterol, sucrose, fat, starch.
Application: Internal: for respiratory tract disease (angina, bronchitis, catara, cough, shortness of breath) to facilitate sputum extraction, gastrointestinal inflammation. Externally: for laryngitis, pharyngitis; Wounds, boils, etc. Skin diseases.
Preparation: 1 tablespoon of the herb is soaked in 1/2 liter of cold water for 1 hour, strained and sweetened (dose for one day).
Use: internally: 2 hours per 1 tablespoon. Outside: in the form of compresses and gargle.
Ingredients: Marshmallow roots (100%)
Packing: envelope 100 g
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