Johan Kincora, a Swiss herbalist, claims that this plant has the power to prevent 30% of all gynecological problems. Let’s take a look:
- Increases the fertility and it’s great for pregnant women and women who’ve given birth recently– by regulating the hormones and the menstrual cycle and by stimulating the growth of progesterone, lady’s mantle helps women conceive easier. Also, it protects pregnant women by strengthening their uterus. Furthermore, if you’ve recently gave birth, you should drink lady’s mantle tea for 8 to 10 days, especially if you had a complicated birth that caused an injury.
- Helps with PMS symptoms and menopause-lady’s mantle is excellent in the fight against cysts, fibroids, endometriosis, and menstrual cramps. Lady’s mantle tea has a soothing effect on women with painful menstruation. Tampons soaked in lady’s mantle tea, together with lady’s mantle baths and vaginal rinses are very helpful in the treatment of bacterial vaginosis, yeast, and other vaginal infections.
- It destroys viruses and bacteria-newest research has shown that this plant has the power to fight off different types of bacteria like staphylococcus, a bacterium which is resistant to many antibiotics. As the plant has power to tone and regenerate the uterus and speed up the healing of wounds, it can aid the treatment of HPV illnesses. Other health problems that can be treated with it are eczema, dermatitis, insect bites, bleeding, hemorrhoids, gout, ulcers, and sore throat.
RECIPE FOR LADY’S MANTLE TEA
Boil one cup of water and then add a tsp of fresh or dried lady’s mantle. Leave it to steep for 5 minutes and then strain the content. Drink the tea in sips and drink two cups daily.
VAGINAL RINSING LADY’S MANTLE TEA
You need 1 liter of water and 30 grams of lady’s mantle without the root. This tea is also good for intestinal problems.
BATH WITH LADY’S MANTLE
Boil 3 liters of water and add 200 grams of fresh or dried lady’s mantle. Then, add the mixture to your bath water and soak in it for 20 minutes before going to bed.
Important to note: Avoid lady’s mantle if you have liver, stomach, or gallbladder problems.