Country of Origin: Bulgaria
One of the most widespread properties of ivy is its anti-inflammatory action. It is recommended in cases of arthritis or rheumatism and can be consumed or applied directly on skin to relieve pain. It is also used for post-operative pain. Ivy can treat both external and internal inflammation.
Ivy leaves are used in wounds and skin inflammations. It is applied to open wounds, burns, cuts and speeds up the healing process. It also relieves irritations and caused by dermatoses such as psoriasis, eczema, acne etc.
Ivy is used as a decongestant and expectorant of the respiratory system. It dissolves mucus and phlegm and releases the respiratory tract. It prevents the growth of pathogenic microorganisms and bacteria, strengthens the immune system and speeds up recovery. It is especially valuable in cases of allergy or asthma.
Ivy has antibacterial action as well as anthelmintic and antiparasitic properties, making it ideal for eliminating intestinal worms and lice of the scalp.
Always test a small amount on the skin and observe the body's reaction. Sensitive skin may have irritations and allergic reactions.
CAUTION! Ivy should be avoided during pregnancy
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