Saltwort leaves - 50g

Saltwort (Salsolae collinae) also called Russian thistle or Tartar thistle is a special herb growing in Siberia, Baikal and Altai growing on dry and saline soils. It contains aminoacid, flavonoids, glykosides and vitamines. Thistle herb has positive effect on metabolism and liver function, lowers cholesterol and sugar level in blood and it is used as a fat-burner for weight loss...


  1. Description of the herb

  2. Healing effects

  3. Preparation and dosing

  4. Side effects


Dried leaves/stem of Saltwort (Salsolae collinae) - 50g

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

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Country of origin


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Description of the herb

Saltwort (Salsolae collinae) - a unique herb capable of growing on salty and dry soils, which affects its taste and name, is abundant especially in Siberia, the Far East, Mongolia and China.

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Healing effects

The liver takes care of all metabolism - it processes fats, sugars, breaks down food. Their health and optimal activity is therefore absolutely essential for the overall condition of the organism. Good digestion of bile in the liver and its excretion are also essential for digestion.

Herbs that help normalize the production and movement of bile are, for example, milk thistle, chamomile, cumin, goldenrod.

Saltwort is also a very good preventive medicinal plant. Saltwort tea has a very positive effect on the liver, gallbladder, kidneys and pancreas, regulates the metabolism of fats and sugars, regulates cholesterol levels, has a hepatoprotective and detoxifying effect, has a beneficial effect on blood vessels and eyesight, adjusts weight, improves digestion and is also suitable for reduction Scales.

Saltwort has been shown to improve poor liver function tests and strengthen liver cells in a short period of regular use, as well as to adjust blood sugar levels.

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Active substances

  • flavonoids
  • alkaloids
  • steriny 
  • amino acids (glycine, betaine and others) 
  • polysaccharides of D-fructose (inulin) and D-mannose (mannan) 
  • carotenoids 
  • saponins 
  • glycosides 
  • sterols 
  • polyunsaturated fatty acid complex 
  • and about 24 elements such as potassium, magnesium, iron, zinc, silicon, phosphorus, calcium, copper, rubidium, cobalt, germanium, selenium, vanadium, nickel, molybdenum, bromine and others.

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Hepatoprotective, detoxifying, helps with reduction diets

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  • it has a very positive effect on the liver, gallbladder, kidneys and pancreas
  • regulates fat metabolism - lowers cholesterol
  • regulates sugar metabolism - diabetes prevention
  • lowers cholesterol
  • has a hepatoprotective and detoxifying effect
  • has a beneficial effect on blood vessels and vision
  • adjusts weight, helps with reduction diets
  • improves digestion

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Tea 1

Preparation: Pour 1 tablespoon of herb in a thermos with 1 liter of boiling water and let stand for 1 hour.

Drink a few sips 3-4 times a day before meals.

Tea 2

Boil one teaspoon with 1/4 l of boiling water and let it infuse for 20 minutes. Tea is healthy but very bitter!

To strengthen the body, drink 2-3 cups a day during meals for 3 weeks, then a break of 3 months is appropriate.

To protect your liver, drink 1 cup a day for up to 1 month with a break of at least 3 months.

To regulate blood cholesterol 1-2 cups a day for 1 month with a break of at least 3 months.

To regulate the blood sugar content, it is recommended to take 1 cup a day for a maximum of 1 month with a break of at least 3 months.

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Side effects

Contraindications are not known but is not intended for children under 10, pregnant and nursing women.

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REMEMBER: Tell all your health care providers about any complementary health practices you use. Give them a full picture of what you do to manage your health. This will help ensure coordinated and safe care.