Benefits of blue mallow tea and mallow leaves

Mallow plant: (Malva sylvestris) On roadsides, in mountains, in fields, at the edge of the lake, etc. In many places it is a plant that grows easily on its own. They are 20-30 cm in average. It opens the purple flowers. The benefits of mallow, a very common plant that grows in many countries of the world, are rather than.

The mallow leaves are consumed as vegetables. The flowers can be used as an aid in the treatment of various diseases. The leaves contain plant protein and vitamin C and active compounds such as glucose, pectin, various oil essences, malvin, malvidin and tannin.

Benefits of blue mallow tea and mallow leaves

Blue mallow teaIt is especially useful for respiratory and lung diseases and digestive system disorders. It is useful in respiratory diseases such as cold, bronchitis and shortness of breath. It is a fever reducer.

It makes it easier to breathe by refreshing the airways, and helps to stop coughing. It is effective against throat and tonsillitis. It is useful for those who have pharyngitis complaints. It relieves nasal obstruction,also has a stopping effect on the nosebleed.

It prevents plaque on the tooth surface. Gingival diseases make it easier to heal. It fights against the harmful bacteria in the mouth.

By helping the stomach and intestines to work properly, it facilitates digestion. It prevents nausea and vomiting; relieves the stomach pain. The mallow has the laxative effective ingredients. For this reason, it is a remedy for constipation.

It reduces voice annoyance complaints. It protects, softens and moisturizes the skin; is good for wrinkles and detention swelling.

The mash, prepared by crushing the mallow, heals the small burns and wounds on the skin. It helps to reduce allergic itching on the skin.

  • Helps the digestive system.
  • Relieves the respiratory system.
  • Heals the wounds.

Swollen areas in the arms and legs are swollen with water added with blue mallow tea, swelling passes.

If the blue mallow tea is cooled and then spread to the eye circles with the help of a cotton, it can be beneficial against the dryness in the eye.

How to use mallow?

Raw mallow is consumed as vegetables. Dry leaves and flowers are boiled in water to prepare blue mallow tea and this tea is used for drinking or externally.

Fresh leaves and flowers of mallow can be crushed and used externally. If this mash puts on the wounds or the eczema, healing will be seen.

Blue Mallow tea extinguishes body fatigue, if the hands and feet are bathed. To relax the eyes, you can lightly press the eyes with cold tea.