Today, larch is rarely considered a medicinal plant. However, its active principles, known since ancient times, when the Greeks used it mainly for its beneficial effects on digestion and the nervous system, are still highly valued in herbal medicine.
“Recommended in diseases of the salivary glands, digestive disorders, anorexia, bronchitis, abdominal colic in children, constipation, weakness, diarrhea, cardiac edema, bloating, hypertension, loss of appetite, stress, tachycardia, tracheitis, menstrual disorders, but also for external use, in skin ulcers, allergies, wounds and boils, the larch is, indeed, more than a simple aromatic plant, “he explained, because”The truth“, Phytotherapy specialist Elena Badea.
However, larch is also used to great effect in detox cures. The specialist recommends a simple recipe for tea suitable for cleansing the body. “We need a teaspoon of dry herbs or two teaspoons of green herbs in 250 ml of boiling water. Let infuse for 10-15 minutes. The preparation has the ability to detoxify the body. A detoxification course lasts 14 days, during which They consume two cups of infusion a day.