Ground Ivy Tincture
Ground Ivy Tincture
ABOUT GROUND IVY TINCTURE
Ground Ivy Tincture is a remarkable remedy to benefit ear, nose, and throat issues. It addresses ENT infections, headaches, tinnitus, mastitis, menstrual cramps, congestion, digestive disorders, rheumatic conditions, stagnation of lymphatic fluid, and edema.
Ground Ivy Tincture is a rich blend of Glechoma hederacea plants, obtained from the Mayernik Garden, and alcohol. The plant matter is gathered during its blooming phase and further processed to preserve its phytonutrients and make it suitable for the preparation of tincture.
GROUND IVY TINCTURE INGREDIENTS
- Mayernik Garden Ground Ivy
- Grain Alcohol (50%)
GROUND IVY TINCTURE USAGE
Take half to a full dropper of Ground Ivy Tincture up to 3 times a day in water or tea.
ABOUT GROUND IVY
Ground Ivy (Glechoma hederacea) is a small, evergreen creeping perennial, also known as Charlie, Alehoof, and Gill-over-the-ground. It has kidney-shaped leaves with scallop-edged and small flowers that appear in the group of twos or sometimes threes, showcasing bluish-violet color.
Ground Ivy is hailed as a weed all around the world because of its rapid rhizomatous reproduction. is one of the best go-to remedies for ENT infections. (Ear-Nose-Throat). It helps to treat the stagnation of fluid in the sinus cavity and ear that further aids in reducing the inflammation, headache, and tinnitus. Ground Ivy does a stellar job at improving the quality of hearing which can be either due to tinnitus or mental and emotional discomfort.
Ground Ivy Tincture is possibly unsafe for children under 2 years of age. It is mildly poisonous for little ones and can cause severe nausea, vomiting, and breathing problems.
Ground Ivy Tincture contains triterpenoid saponins and flavonoids that are well-known for taming the expression of pro-inflammatory mediators. It helps purge the toxins out of the body, tightens the loosened blood vessels, and reduces the chances of developing allergies and inflammation.
Ground Ivy Tincture contains saponins and emetine that are notorious for taming down a wet cough. These two phytoconstituents greatly help in expelling the tough mucus out of the body and in turn reducing the cough reflex.
There is not enough evidence for the safe use of Ground Ivy Tincture during pregnancy. Stay on the safe side and avoid using it.
The dose and extent of administration of Ground Ivy Tincture depend on the ailment addressed and the user’s possible allergy. We recommend you consult your respective doctor/pharmacist or herbalist for setting the dose.