Icelandic Moss Cut 100g 10kg
Icelandic lichen - first aid for sore throats! Lichens are very common plants in the world - in Europe alone you can find as many as 1600 of their species. Icelandic lichens stand out from others because they are used in pharmacotherapy all over the world and at least since the Renaissance. Icelandic lichen is a great medicine for the throat. Clinical studies have proven that lichen extracts are not only effective in treating these ailments (due to moisturizing and protective effects), but also safe, also for the elderly and children, which is why it is becoming more and more popular. Not only that, the Iceland shield - as it is sometimes called - is a source of antioxidants that can be used for medicinal purposes, but also in the production of medicines, food or cosmetics. Icelandic lichen - action and properties. Why should you reach for Icelandic lichen at all? First of all, its action has been effective for many years in the treatment of upper respiratory tract diseases. This is because the lichen extracts contain mucous substances, thanks to which they are very helpful in the treatment of diseases characterized by excessive dryness and irritation of the mucous membrane of the larynx and throat. However, the properties of Icelandic lichen do not end there.
It consists of vitamins B1 and B12, as well as mineral salts: boron, silicon, copper and iodine. It also has antimicrobial properties and has a positive effect on preventing inflammation and cancer. Icelandic shielding is especially recommended for people suffering from hoarseness and dry throat. Especially if they are caused by a long stay in air-conditioned rooms.
Also, people after surgery on the nasal cavity can count on the positive effect of this plant, because its use very clearly improves mucosal hydration. How can you use Icelandic lichen?
Extracts from the thallus of Icelandic lichen are most often available in the form of lozenges - they are given in the face of dryness and inflammation of the bronchi, larynx or throat. In home conditions, however, you can also prepare a decoction. 2 teaspoons of product should be poured with a glass of water, and then boil for 15 minutes.
After cooling, strain and consume 2 cups a day.