Athonite Herbs – Mallow Tea – Mount Athos Pharmacy
Monastic Mallow Tea is the ideal beverage for the elimination of colic, gastritis, epilepsy and stomach ulcers. It is also great for insect bites & cases of dry cough. Prepare your tea, and enjoy all the care of the pure Athonite nature in your cup!
Net Weight: 50g
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Mallow Tea from the Athonite Herb Line, Mount Athos Pharmacy, Karyes of Agio Oros
Monastic Mallow Tea is an organic herb from the Athonite Herb Line, produced in Mount Athos (Agio Oros, Greece). Our Holy Athonite fathers collect, process and package valuable herbs for the human body on a daily basis!
Mallow or malva comes from the large family of Malvaceae plants which also include okra, hibiscus and cotton. It is also referred to as “cheeseweed” in some parts of the world for its wedged rounded seed pods that look similar to a wheel of cheese. The leaves have a mild green taste, but are not super strong or bitter like that of other wild variations.
All parts, including the leaves are used specifically as a mild laxative, diuretic, anti-inflammatory with soothing demulcent and expectorant properties than help to clear mucus from the body.
Clinical trial data consist mostly of studies on the anti-inflammatory properties of the plant for skin, oral, and pharyngeal conditions. What is more, the German Commission approved mallow for treating irritation of oral and pharyngeal mucosa, as well as for dry cough!
Which are the Mallow Tea properties?
• useful in inflammation and irritation of the alimentary canal
• protective for the urinary and respiratory organs
• popular remedy for coughs and colds
• decoction for injection
• cures strangury and gravel
Mallow Tea Preparation
Add a spoonful of monastic mallow in 1.5 liters of boiled water. Allow to steep for 6-8 minutes. Drink one cup of tea every morning, noon and evening before every meal!
Keep in cool and shady place.
Origin: Mount Athos Pharmacy, Karyes
Net Weight: 50g
Boiled in water will relieve diseases of the chest, constituting a popular remedy for coughs, bronchitis, whooping-cough, etc., generally in combination with other remedies. It is frequently given in the form of a syrup, which is best adapted to infants and children.