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Mallow flowers


Scientific name: Flores Malvae Sylvestris

Synonyms: Wild mallow flowers, cheese poplar flowers, forest mallow flowers

Family: Malvaceae

Occurrence of the plant: Native to Europe, spread to Asia.

Characteristics: The anthocyanins contained in mallow flowers are sometimes used as colorants in the food industry.

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Application & preparation

Mallow flowers


For inflammation of the mucous membranes, dry cough, gastrointestinal inflammation and bladder problems.


Relieves irritation, protects mucous membranes

Tea making

Mix 1.5-2 g of mallow flowers with cold water, bring to the boil briefly or pour boiling water over them and strain after 10 minutes.


Two to four cups of mallow blossom tea can be drunk throughout the day.

Included in:

Inner balance - PZN 16739339

Stomach and intestinal tea VIII – PZN 03962260

Cough and bronchial tea II – PZN 03962254

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