Chickweed Description Chickweed (Stellaria Media) grows wild in the fertile valleys of Europe. Chickweed is used by many cooks today as a tasty salad green. The high Vitamin C and mineral content of Chickweed, among other natural nutrients, make it very valuable and highly respected in most parts of the world.
Chickweed is with great value in treating blood toxicity, fevers, inflammations, and other hot diseases. Chickweed is an internal cleanser that helps encourages weight loss through its diuretic action, eliminating waste through the kidneys. Chickweed contains saponins, which exert an anti-inflammatory action similar to cortisone, but much milder and without the harmful side effects.
Traditional obesity remedy
An alterative and blood detoxifier
Has cooling and anti-inflammatory properties
Used in chronic skin conditions - vaginits, boils, itching, rheumatism
Has cortisone like effects - reduces enlarged glands
Relieves nasal congestion
May lower blood lipids
Useful for bronchitis, circulatory problems, colds, and coughs
When used topically, helps treat skin diseases and warts
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