Who would believe that the mucilaginous root of this common herb was the original marshmallow, the sticky, sugary concoction that kids love to skewer on a stick and roast over an open fire? Our pioneers parents cooked the root with honey or sugar, formed it into soft balls, and gave it to their children to suck on to soothe a sore throat.
Its primary use in modern herbal medicine is to relieve sore throat, but it also relieves perianal inflammation (when taken orally) caused by severe diarrhea.
The great demulcent and emollient properties of Marsh Mallow make it useful in inflammation and irritation of the alimentary canal, and of the urinary and respiratory organs.
Marsh Mallow root tincture can be very useful where the natural mucus has been abraded from the coats of the intestines. Marsh Mallow Root Tincture can relieve diseases of the chest, constituting a popular remedy for coughs, bronchitis, whooping-cough, etc.
Marsh Mallow is also known to purge impurities from the bladder, kidneys and urinary tract. Marsh Mallow root is high in calcium, magnesium and selenium to help the body eliminate toxins while it soothes tissues.
Suggested Dosage: 20-30 drops up to three times a day
Ingredients: Marsh Mallow Root, Grain Alcohol, Distilled Water
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