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Ledum Palustre


Ledum Palustre: natural ingredient of Zetastop

The main clinical indication

Ledum Palustre: natural ingredient of ZetastopAmong the various uses, ledum palustre is valid for protection from mosquito bites. Its intake makes the smell of transpiration unwelcome to insects (without anyway to emit unpleasant odors or identifiable) and therefore determines a deterrent to the puncture of the same. It can be used in anti-malarial prevention.

Oral intake of ledum palustre makes the smell of their own unwelcome perspiration to sensitive receptors of mosquitoes making it a natural repellent. The modification is perceived only by insects and there is no evidence olfactory among our fellows.
The ledum palustre must be taken continuously and the first results can be recognized from a distance of a few days. It is important to continue in the assumption for the entire period in which you want to be protected from mosquitoes.

Ledum palustre is a wild rosemary that grows wild in the swamps of Central and Northern (habitats where mosquitoes breed with more relevant predisposition). For over two hundred years is used in homeopathy both for external and internal use.
Its usefulness and effectiveness is proven by experience. In the case of Ledum palustre, the mother tincture of this plant makes the skin repellent to mosquitoes, giving rise to a kind of "acid status" believed to be the reason why some individuals who have spontaneously dermis with such a requirement, not being attacked by mosquitoes contrary to those who are almost always persecuted.

Ledum Palustre: spontaneous rosemary of the Ericaceae familyLedum palustre is a spontaneous rosemary of the Ericaceae family. The plant, which has an aroma of disinfectant, vaguely camphorated, was already worked in the thirteenth century in Finland to get rid of pests and they were dried leaves preparing in this way the insecticide dust.
The medicine, the popular one that the official one, was very interested in this herb and its use. The stems and flowers were believed bechics, expectorants and febrifuges.

Linnaeus (Carl von Linnè 1707-1778), estimated Swedish botanist, was the first to use the scientifically Ledum palustre to treat infections and coughs. Essentially acts on the digestive system, the locomotor system, the circulatory system and the skin.
Ledum palustre is revealed how valuable care the arthritic uricemic (gout attacks or chronic gout). It is useful in any sharp object injury and even in damage to eyes and all the sorrows of the upper and lower limbs.

Biochemical data

In ledum palustre are present essential oils containing alcohols sesquiterpenics palustrolo and ledolo, sterols, flavonoids (hyperoside, quercetin) and coumarins, among which esculetin, umbelliferone, scopoletin and fraxetina, in addition to aliphatic monoterpenes responsible for the odor camphorated.
Other compounds found in the essential oil of the plant: myrcene, alloaromadendrene, lepalolo, lepalene, mirtenale, isopinocamfone, germacrono. The aerial parts also contain coumarin glucosides palustroside, fraxina and esculin.

Traditional medicine uses

Ledum palustre is used in allopathy and homeopathy to cure rheumatism, arthritis and insect bites. It is also used as an expectorant, galactagogue, diuretic, against pertussis, as a pesticide, healing, emmenagogue and antidiabetic. In Alaska, the tea produced from leaves and branches of the subspecies groenlandicum is used in colds and hangovers.

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