Bur Marigold - 50g

(Herba Bidentii tripartita)

Key Actions

  • Hair loss
  • Colitis
  • Gout
  • Fluid retention
  • Promoting sweating

Bur Marigold (Bidens tripartita) stimulates the adrenal glands, speeds up your metabolism. Diuretic, perspiratory, anti-allergic and anti-rheumatic. It helps with psoriasis, eczema, skin allergies, with problems with dandruff and excessive hair loss. In diseases of the liver...

Content

  1. Description of herb

  2. Healing effects

  3. Preparation and dosing

  4. Side effects

Commonly called

Three-lobe beggartick, Three-part beggarticks, Leafy-bracted beggarticks or Trifid Bur-marigold

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Latin (botanical) name

Bidens tripartita

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Storage

Store in a dry place at a temperature up to 25°C

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Description of herb

Bur Marigold - 70 cm tall plant. It has a bald straight stem. The sawtooth leaves are deep green, tapering to a winged petiole. The inflorescence is a costume. The fruit is a brown awning, which has inverted thistles on the top.

Bur Marigold is a very universal drug. Its advantage is a complex effect on metabolism with a very subtle effect.

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Healing effects

Dried stem from the plant is used as a medicinal drug. It is used in the form of an infusion or we prepare a tincture from it.

Internal use:

Helps with diseases of the liver, kidneys, pancreas and gallbladder. It also stimulates metabolism because it has a good effect on digestion due to its bitter content.

In combination with Purple betony it minimizes the negative effects of chemotherapy on the human body.

The tincture is excellent in treating psoriasis.

External use:

For psoriasis, skin allergies, eczema, excessive hair loss or excessive dandruff.

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Active substances

The most important active ingredients are flavonoids. Together with the minerals contained in the plant (manganese), they stimulate and accelerate metabolism, support hematopoiesis and harmonize adrenal function.

It also contains

  • bitterness
  • tannins
  • essential oils
  • trace elements
  • vitamin C

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Properties

Diuretic, diaphoretic (promotes sweating), antirheumatic, antiallergic.

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Recommended at

  • adrenal stimulation
  • speed up metabolism
  • psoriasis
  • eczema
  • skin allergies
  • problems with dandruff
  • excessive hair loss
  • diseases of the liver, kidneys, gallbladder and pancreas

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Preparation and dosing

TEA 1

Boil a tablespoon of dried stems in 300 ml of water for 3 minutes, then allow to infuse for 20 minutes. Drink 3 times a day.

TEA 2

2 teaspoons of dried herbs pour a quarter of a liter of warm water max. 50°C, let it infuse for 8 minutes. Drink 3 times a day.

 

TINCTURE

Preparation: 150 g of dried herbs are placed in a closable bottle, poured 1 liter of 40% - 50% alcohol, closed and left to stand at room temperature for 14 days. Shake daily. Pour and store in the cold and dark place.

Dosing: 10-15 drops 3 times a day.

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Side effects

Has no side effects.

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