Wild Lady's Mantel (Alchemilla vulgaris) Extract 30 ml
  • Wild Lady's Mantel (Alchemilla vulgaris) Extract 30 ml
  • Wild Lady's Mantel (Alchemilla vulgaris) Extract 30 ml
  • Wild Lady's Mantel (Alchemilla vulgaris) Extract 30 ml
  • Wild Lady's Mantel (Alchemilla vulgaris) Extract 30 ml

Wild Lady's Mantel (Alchemilla vulgaris) Extract 30 ml

22,00 €

Origin: Germany

Ingredients: 1:1 Organic alchool, Lady's Mantel dried leaves and flowers.

NO additives, colouring, added sugar, gluten, soy or GMOs.

Keywords: PMS, Candida, Antimicrobial, Menstrual cycle, Menopause, Astringent, Uterus, Kidneys, Spleen, Depurative, Tonic, migrain.

Energetics: Salty, Bitter, Cooling, drying.

Lady’s mantle is particularly interesting for its astringent action on the female reproductive system. Its tannins strengthen the uterus and the muscles of the pelvic floor, regulate excess menstrual bleeding and spotting between periods.
It relieves chronic pelvic pain, loss of muscle tone in the pelvic floor and leukorrhea. Its action is felt when taken over a few cycles.
Lady’s mantle is anti-inflammatory and helps treat uterine problems such as endometriosis and fibroids.
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Dosage

Intervention: 5 to 10 drops per day.
Treatment: 10-15 drops, 3 times per day max.

Directions for use

Shake before using. Take directly on the tongue or in a half glass of water or tea, 15 to 30 minutes
before meals. For long-term treatment, use 6 days out of 7.


Mode of Action
Lady’s mantle is particularly interesting for its astringent action on the female reproductive system. Its tannins strengthen the uterus
and the muscles of the pelvic floor, regulate excess menstrual bleeding and spotting between periods. It relieves chronic pelvic pain, loss of muscle tone in the pelvic floor and leukorrhea. Its action is felt when taken over a few cycles. Lady’s mantle is anti-inflammatory and helps treat uterine problems such as endometriosis and fibroids. Combined with shepherd’s purse and yarrow, it helps relieve heavy post-partum bleeding. Alchemilla vulgaris has a mild harmonizing effect on the menstrual
cycle and helps relieve menstrual pain. The astringent action of lady’s mantle on the vaginal lining slows the proliferation of pathogens responsible for vaginitis and it complements the action of antimicrobial herbs. During menopause, it helps reduce hot flashes and excess bleeding and gives physical and emotional
support. Lady’s mantle relieves stomach troubles, vomiting and diarrhea. It tones a weak bladder accompanied by frequent micturation. It is also diuretic.
It heals wounds when used internally or externally. It is used as a mouthwash to heal mouth ulcers and inflammation of the gums. It stimulates blood circulation and relieves hemorrhoids and heaviness of the legs caused by venous insufficiency. It is rich in polyphenols and neutralizes free radicals responsible for oxidation of the tissues.The main constituents of lady’s mantle are tannins (ellagic acid, gallic acid), flavonoids (quercetin, kaempferol), triterpenes (oleanolic acid, ursolic acid), salicylic acid, fatty acids (linoleic), lecithin, phytosterols, essential oils (myrtenol, eugenol) and bitter principles.

Helpful Associations
Red Raspberry infusion for all troubles of the female reproductive system.
Yarrow (available at Blissdorf) tincture for menstrual cramps.
Wild Yam (available at Blissdorf) for premenstrual syndrome and menopause.
Flor Blanca (available at Blissdorf) for troubles due to congestion of the reproductive system, balancing hormons (cystitis, fibroids, endometriosis).
Shepherd’s Purse for heavy menstrual bleeding.
Ethnobotany
Female reproductive system: painful or heavy periods, spotting, leukorrhea, blood clots, cysts, fibroids, endometriosis, prolapsed uterus, chronic pelvic pain, menopause troubles (hot flashes, heavy bleeding). Digestive system: diarrhea, vomiting, hemorrhoids, stomach troubles.
Other: mouth ulcer, venous insufficiency.
History
Its latin name, Alchemilla, refers to the alchemists who gathered the dew at the center of its leaves, and which they considered sacred. Lady’s mantle leaves were once used as an infusion against headache, menstrual pain, symptoms of menopause and they had the reputation to cure sterility in women. Its astringent properties gave rise to a strange practice, women who wished to pass off as virgins consumed large quantities of it to firm up the tissues of the genitalia. This practice gave the herb its name lady’s mantle, which was officially adopted by the English. Culpepper recommended its use as a poultice to women who wished to restore firmness to limp breasts. In Switzerland, it is still used today to restore firmness to the chest.
Contra-Indications
Consult a health-care practitioner if symptoms persist. Do nott ake during pregnancy or breastfeeding.
Interactions
None known.