Mistletoe is a plant known and valued for many thousands of years. We can make a tea or a tincture of mistletoe herb.
How to use mistletoe herb tea:
Pour boiling water over the sachet and leave it for 10-15 minutes. Drink as needed.
Mistletoe occurs almost all over Europe and in South and West Asia. It is a semi-parasitic plant that synthesizes nutrients itself, while it takes water and minerals from the host tree.
Mistletoe played an important role in old beliefs and customs, and it has retained this role in some countries also today. It is a symbol of fertility because it blooms in winter when everything else dies.
Usage of mistletoe herb:
- it has a diuretic effect and accelerates the metabolism
- lowers blood pressure and can be successfully used in excessive menstrual bleeding and frequent nosebleeds
- mistletoe infusion has a gentle calming effect, so it is recommended in menopause, in states of excessive excitement and diseases such as depression