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  1. Queen of the meadows

    Queen of the meadows

    20 ampoules of 15ml
  2. Ulmaria Extract

    Ulmaria Extract

    50 ml
    $13.98 Msrp Price $14.03
  3. Ulmaria
    Nova Diet


    40 g
    $1.46 Msrp Price $1.58
  4. Veno Fluid

    Veno Fluid

    200 capsules
  5. Ulmaria


    50 g
  6. Meadowsweet Bag
    Soria Natural

    Meadowsweet Bag

    30 g
    $1.77 Msrp Price $2.00 As low as $1.63
  7. Ulmaria fresh plant extracts
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    Ulmaria fresh plant extracts

    130 granules
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Meadowsweet, also known as "queen of the meadows" or Filipendula ulmaria by its scientific name, is a herbaceous plant that grows throughout Europe. It is considered the “aspirin” of nature due to its high content of salicylic acid, which makes taking meadowsweet effective for fighting fever in colds and flu, joint pain caused by arthritis or rheumatism, etc. Another of the meadowsweet properties to consider are its benefits for the digestive system.

Meadowsweet properties

The medicinal benefits of meadowsweet have been known since the Middle Ages and have a solid scientific basis. Among the most prominent properties of meadowsweet is its content of salicylic acid, which is the active component of aspirin. This causes meadowsweet to have analgesic, anti-inflammatory and antipyretic effects. For that reason, meadowsweet is used to treat flu, colds, and other respiratory infections.

In addition, taking meadowsweet is beneficial for relieving stomach disorders, as a tonic to whet the appetite, and is also used to treat arthritis, rheumatism, and some skin conditions, if applied topically with rubs or poultices.

Contraindications of meadowsweet

Meadowsweet can be consumed in its natural form, for this you just have to buy dried meadowsweet leaves that can be used to prepare infusions, ointments and other natural remedies. Another possibility to take meadowsweet is to use the extract or tincture of meadowsweet.

These dietary supplements offer a high concentration of their active ingredients, so it is advisable to follow the manufacturer's instructions to avoid the side effects of meadowsweet. Among the contraindications of meadowsweet is refraining from consuming it in case of suffering stomach ulcers or when following anticoagulant treatments.

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