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Lady's Mantle Herb Uses, Benefits, Cures, Side Effects, Nutrients

General Name
Lady's Mantle
English Name
Lady's Mantle
Botanical Name
Alchemilla Vulgaris
Lady's Mantle Cures
Most Effective
Highly Effective
Action of Lady's Mantle
Most Effective
Highly Effective
Nutrients in Lady's Mantle
Taste of
Lady's Mantle
Bitter, Astringent
Parts Used
Herb, Root
Side Effects, Risk Factors and Cautions of Lady's Mantle
Avoid use during pregnancy.
Ladys Mantle is a plant.
It is perennial.
It grows in a temperate climate.
It grows up to 45 Cm.
Best used for Menstrual Disorders, Menopause.
It also stimulate milk flow in nursing mothers.

Lady's Mantle is a useful uterine astringent.
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Materia Medica for Lady's Mantle

Single Herb

Lady's Mantle as a Douche
Prepare a decoction from Lady's Mantle and use as a Vaginal Douche. It is very useful to reduce Vaginal Discharge, Irritation and Vaginal Infections.
You can also mix Rose water.
Lady's Mantle for Sore Throat, Aphthous Ulcers
Boil One tablespoon dried root in One cup of water. Gargle with this lukewarm water thrice a day.
Lady's Mantle for Insect Bites
Apply a poultice of the leaves on the affected area. It can be used as a good first aid for snake and Insect Bites.
Lady's Mantle for Diarrhea
Use One tablespoon root of Lady's Mantle with One cup water to prepare a decoction. Take One cup a day.
Lady's Mantle for Skin
Boil Lady's Mantle herb in some water and make a thick paste. Use it as a lotion for Skin rashes, Eczema, Cuts, Wounds and such other Skin Problems.
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