Žalfija (Salvia officinalis L.)

Žalfija (Salvia officinalis L.)

Žalfija (Salvia officinalis L.)

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SAUGE OFFICINALE POUR PRÉPARATIONS HOMÉOPATHIQUES

SALVIA OFFICINALIS POUR PRÉPARATIONS HOMÉOPATHIQUES

Salvia officinalis ad praeparationes homoeopathicas

ASSESSMENT REPORT ON SALVIA OFFICINALIS L., FOLIUM AND SALVIA OFFICINALIS L., AETHEROLEUM

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TINKTURA OD KADULJE

  • Kadulja olakšava iskašljavanje,
  • Dobra je kod tegoba dišnih organa (bronhitis, astma, kašalj…).
  • Kod infekcija grla i usta
  • Pomaže kod afti, krvarenja desni ili upale grla.
  • Kadulja poboljšava cirkulaciju i pomaže otapanju masnog tkiva,
  • Odlična je za korištenje kod pretilosti i celulita,
  • Zastoja krvotoka,
  • Kod reumatizma te artritisa.
  • Kod hladnih nogu, umornih nogu i loše prokrvljenosti.
  • Kadulja  je vrlo bitna za zdravlje reproduktivnih organa žene.
  • Korisna je kod neplodnosti,
  • Izostanka menstruacije,
  • Bolnih menstruacija, PMS-a,
  • Tegoba menopauze.
  • Može se upotrebljavati kod bolesti mokraćnog mjehura,
  • Upalnih stanja mokraćnih putova.
  • Isto tako može poslužiti za liječenje bijelog pranja.
  • Kadulja djeluje kao termoregulator, te njena svojstva sprječavaju znojenje
  • Isto tako regulira znojenje kod osoba u pubertetu i adolescenciji.

Katkada tinktura od kadulje može nadomjestiti i antibiotike.

  • Najvažnije njeno djelovanje je čišćenje krvi, te cijelog organizma.
  • Nadalje se može primijeniti kao antiseptik,
  • Kod kožnih oboljenja, djeluje kao blagi afrodizijak,
  • Pomaže kod depresije, neuroze, slabog rada želuca i slabog apetita.
  • Potrebno je naglasiti da je kadulja biljka najpodobnija za anemične osobe.

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Salvia officinalis (Lamiaceae) Common name(s)Sage

 Activities: 749 Chemicals w/Activities: 236 All Chemicals: 391

Activity  Pesticide, Antibacterial, Antioxidant, Cancer-Preventive, Antiinflammatory, Antispasmodic, Antiseptic, Antitumor, Perfumery, Insectifuge, Antiviral, Fungicide, Flavor, Aldose-Reductase-Inhibitor, Antimutagenic, Analgesic, Sedative, Antiulcer, Irritant, Hypocholesterolemic, Allergenic, AntiHIV, Hepatoprotective, Antihepatotoxic, Antiradicular, Antifeedant, Nematicide, Expectorant, Antiherpetic, Cytotoxic, Antiarthritic, Antiallergic        , Antiacne, Candidicide, Antiedemic, Antihistaminic, Diuretic, Herbicide, Antileukemic, Choleretic, Cardioprotective, Anticariogenic, Immunomodulator, Myorelaxant, Apoptotic, Antiaggregant, Hypotensive, Antidiabetic, Immunostimulant, Antiasthmatic, Anticancer, Hypoglycemic, Antiatherosclerotic, Lipoxygenase-Inhibitor, Antistaphylococcic, Antiproliferant,    Antirheumatic, Insecticide, Calcium-Antagonist, Cyclooxygenase-Inhibitor, Ornithine-Decarboxylase-Inhibitor, Anticataract, Chemopreventive, Antiosteoporotic, Antitumor (Colon), Antiacetylcholinesterase, Antiperoxidant, Antifatigue, Antitumor (Breast), COX-2-Inhibitor, Acaricide, Antinitrosaminic, Anxiolytic, Vasodilator, Allelopathic, Trichomonicide, Antiplaque, Xanthine-Oxidase-Inhibitor, Antidepressant, Antitumor (Lung), …

 

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Salvia officinalis (Lamiaceae)
Sage Leaf Tincture-Liquid Herbal Extract & Benefits

Salvia officinalis (Lamiaceae) is known to stimulate the nervous system and digestive tract. It also considered a memory strengthener and an herbal way to good health! Medicinally, its benefits are numerous, including its antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic and anti-aging qualities.
A mild tonic it stimulates the central nervous system and strengthening it to reduce excess nervous energy. It has been used to quiet the nerves, relieve spasms, induce sleep and combat depression, mental exhaustion, trembling and nervousness. It has been used to calm seasickness, and traditionally some herbalists considered it useful in treating certain forms of insanity.
Salvia officinalis (Lamiaceae) is considered an antiperspirant and natural deodorizer that works from inside out. Salvia officinalis (Lamiaceae) contains tannins and volatile oils and seems to have the ability to dry up perspiration and slow excessive saliva flow. This is also helpful for reducing the heavy perspiration of night sweats and hot flashes.
Salvia officinalis (Lamiaceae) has been used as an old and trusted remedy for drying up breast milk when women wish to stop nursing. It has also been used for clearing and drying mucous congestion in the nasal passages and airways of the respiratory tract.
This drying effect is also used to treat diarrhea. And it is said to promote good digestion and considered one of the best remedies for stomach issues. Salvia officinalis (Lamiaceae) can ease gas pains, stimulate the appetite, remove mucus in the stomach and relieve biliousness and dyspepsia so it is said to keep the stomach, intestines, kidneys, liver, spleen and sexual organs healthy.
Salvia officinalis (Lamiaceae) leaf extract is thought to be a stimulant that strengthens the brain and promotes wisdom. Since ancient times, it has had a reputation for slowing down the aging process and bringing long life. It also appears to be a memory strengthener, by helping to restore failing memory in the elderly and improving concentration in everyone who uses it.
Salvia officinalis (Lamiaceae) is often used to bring on suppressed menstruation and it is said to help regulate its flow. Modern researchers have claimed that Sage has phytoestrogenic effects on the body that may even treat estrogen deficiency. So Salvia officinalis (Lamiaceae) is useful for the relief of hot flashes that result from either hysterectomy or menopause.
Other studies claim that as a stimulant it increases circulation and relieves headaches and is gaining a reputation for improving circulation to the heart.
A powerful antioxidant, it can inhibit destructive and harmful free-radical compounds. It is also an anti-inflammatory that helps to shrink and soothe inflamed tissue.
Salvia officinalis (Lamiaceae), as an antifungal, has shown to exhibit anti-yeast activity against Candida albicans; and inhibited antiviral activity in herpes simplex virus II and influenza virus A2. It has been used to assist in healing wounds by protecting against infection and stimulating cell growth.
Salvia officinalis (Lamiaceae), used topically, has antiseptic properties that will clean sores and old ulcers, treat cuts, wounds, and bruises, and help to stop bleeding and encourage healing. And when used externally, it is helpful for insect bites, infections of the throat, mouth, gum, skin infections and vaginal discharge.
Salvia officinalis (Lamiaceae) has been useful in treating intestinal and respiratory infections and also been effective in breaking fevers, reducing cold symptoms, treating dysentery and expelling worms and parasites.
Used for gargling, it is known as an antiseptic remedy for disorders affecting the mouth and throat, i.e. dental abscesses, infected gums, mouth ulcers, sore and bleeding gums, loose teeth, cold sores, sore throat, tonsillitis and throat infections.
Salvia officinalis (Lamiaceae) is used in baths as a relaxant and is said to soothe sore muscles.

Ingredients: Sage, Structured Water, 96% Alcohol.
Non-Alcohol: Sage, Structured Water, Vegetable Glycerin.

All of our ingredients are Certified Organic, Kosher, or Responsibly Wildcrafted. No genetically modified organisms (GMO’s) are involved. All other products that are distributed by us meet our high-quality standards.
Instructions: Use 10-20 drops in juice, water, under the tongue, or as desired. May be taken 2 – 4 times daily. Shake well. Store in cool, dark place. Keep out of reach of children.
Contraindications: Sage is not recommended for pregnant or nursing women, nor should it be taken by individuals with seizure disorders or epilepsy. Salvia officinalis (Lamiaceae) may interfere with the absorption of iron or other minerals in the body. Those who are allergic to members of the mint family (thyme, basil, sage, marjoram, etc.), should avoid this herb.
Disclaimer: The information presented herein by Herbal Alchemy is intended for educational purposes only. These statehealthcarenot been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, cure, treat or prevent disease. Individual results may vary, and before using any supplements, it is always advisable to consult with your own health care provider.

 

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