According to Classical and Renaissance writers common milkwort was used medicinally as an infusion to increase the flow of a nursing mother’s milk. Common milkwort grows on heaths, dunes and grasslands. It is rare, but frequent in patches on calcerous grassland.
It was used for small pox, for lung diseases and in baths against rheumatics. It was boiled in sweet milk and children were washed on their faces, so no marks would remain from the small pox. The floral stalks were used for tea against cough and chest pain. The floral stalk was also used as an infusion or syrup against cough, catarrh, asthma, flu, bronchitis, etc. Chemical composition of Milkwort Triterpenic saponins, bitter substances, tannin mater, artificial oil of wintergreen as glycoside and triterpenic saponins. Pharmaceutical action: It stimulates secretions and especially bronchic secretion.
1. Expectorant effect;
2. Calming effect;
3. Lower blood pressure;
4. Blood thinning effect;
5. Effect on uterus;
6. Anti cancer effect;
7. Antibiotic effect.
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Packing & Storage：
Pack in paper-drums and two plastic-bags inside. Net Weight: 25kgs/paper-drum.
1kg-5kgs plastic bag inside with aluminum foil bag outside. Net Weight: 20kgs-25kgs/paper-drum.
Store in a well-closed container away from moisture and light.
2 years if sealed and store away from direct sun light.
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