Iceland moss from ancient times familiar peoples living in the north, not only as a medicine, but also as a tool to help in restoring the body after a serious illness.
Distributed in the middle lane and the north. Grows mainly on sandy soils, mostly in pine forests.
In Iceland moss contain carbohydrates, fats, proteins, vitamins C, B12, salt, wax, zinc, chromium, titanium, manganese, copper, boron, iron, molybdenum useful for the liver.
From the dried crushed Iceland moss turns decoction - which enhances the secretion of gastric juice, adjusting the activity of the stomach.
For medicinal purposes Iceland moss is used in the treatment of whooping cough, asthma, pulmonary tuberculosis, and other diseases of the respiratory tract. As well as the absence of appetite, diarrhea, and for disorders of the intestine.
Iceland moss softens very well stimulation, envelops and soothes inflamed mucous membranes of the mouth, throat, stomach and intestines.
Iceland moss is used as a tea for cough, as mouthwashes, with inflamed tonsils, inflammation of the throat, gum disease and for the treatment of wounds.
Bitterness moss tonic effect on the stomach and intestines, enhancing digestion and appetite awakening.
Tea made from Iceland moss is effective for coughs, whooping cough, with loss of appetite and exhaustion after severe infectious diseases.
Iceland moss is absolutely safe, without exception, to all people.
Side effects and contraindications were not found.
We wish you all good health!