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Bible leaf (Chrysanthemum balsamita)


Maryleaf

Effect:

antiseptic, astringent, antispasmodic, digestive


Areas of application:

Liver problems, jaundice, lack of acid in the stomach, spleen and kidney problems, helps with menstrual problems and accompanying cramps, labor pains


Plant parts used:

Leaves


Collection time:

Before and after flowering (flowering period: July to August)


To find:

Hardly possible, possibly sometimes released into the wild, only near farms or herb gardens.


Ingredients:

Essential oil, bitter substances, tannins, vitamins, glycosides


Other:

☕ Tea: 1 teaspoon of herb is poured over 1/4 liter of boiling water and steeped for 5 to 10 minutes. 2 cups per day are sufficient.


🛑 Do not use the herb during pregnancy, only in the birth phase.


Bible leaf comes from East Asia and is a relative of tansy and feverfew.


In popular belief, Bible leaf is used as a demon-repellent and lightning herb.


The name balsam herb comes from the smell of this perennial plant, which is reminiscent of a mixture of lemon and mint and is particularly intense when you rub the leaves or stand near the plant after a hot day. Bible leaf (Tanacetum balsamita) has inconspicuous yellow flowers that develop on long stems. It tastes like bubble gum.


Bible leaf can be mixed with gentian, elecampane, centaury, bedstraw, barberry, agrimony, couch grass or celandine; the focus here is on the stomach-friendly and liver-strengthening properties.

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