Borovaya uterus (Orthilia one-sided) is a medicinal plant that has long been used in folk medicine to treat a number of gynecological diseases in women, both inflammatory and chronic.
It is known that some female diseases in a neglected state can lead to serious complications, including infertility and oncology. Reception of the boron uterus as a prophylaxis course once a year will be especially useful for women who have suffered gynecological inflammations, diseases such as cystitis, salpingitis, pyelonephritis.
The boron uterus contains natural phytohormones: phytoestrogens and phytoprogesterone, which makes it possible to use this plant for the treatment of both female and male infertility.
100% natural product. Without GMO.
- stops the development of tumors, prevents the growth of existing neoplasms
- relieves inflammation, reduces pain in inflammatory processes
- accelerates the resorption of hematomas, seals
- destroys negative microbial flora
- strengthens the immune system, promotes more active resistance to various viruses and infections
- relieves inflammatory processes in the organs of urination, kidneys
- activates the function of the uterus
- improves sperm production and quality in men
- has a diuretic and disinfectant effect
Recommendations for use:
It is recommended to use as a dietary supplement to the diet for the prevention of gynecological diseases, with uterine fibroids, fibroids, infertility, uterine bleeding, menstrual irregularities, adhesions, obstruction and inflammation of the tubes, inflammation of the prostate gland, kidneys, bladder, hemorrhoids, acute inflammation of the ear (purulent).
Mode of application:
Pour 1 tea bag with 1 glass of hot water, let it brew for 5 minutes, drink 1 time a day (in the evening), 1 hour after a meal. The course of admission is 3-4 weeks. Prevention should be carried out annually.
Individual sensitivity to drug components, pregnancy.
Storage conditions and periods:
Store in the manufacturer’s packaging, in a dry, dark room at a temperature not exceeding 25 ° C, for 24 months from the date of manufacture.
25 filter bags 2g each
(2g # 25)
This product is not a medical product.
Orthilia one-sided (Latin Orth’ilia sec’unda ) is a perennial plant that grows in the forest zone of the Northern Hemisphere; species of the genus Ortilia of the family Heather ( Ericaceae ).
Common names of plant: upland uterus , bokotsvetka , upland grass , Borovinka , wine grass , hare salt , grushovnik , forest pear , zimozelonka .
Shoots 5-25 cm high, lodging.
The rhizome is long, branched, the adventitious roots are numerous, thin. The annual growth of the rhizome can reach 1 m.
Leaves are winter-green, alternate, oval or round, entire or slightly crenate, clearly petiolate, in the upper part of the stem ovate-lanceolate scaly, green or brownish, up to 8 mm long, in the lower part – light green oblong-ovate sharp-serrated, up to 4 cm rather thin. Leaves are located at the bottom of the stem, but not crowded into a rosette. The petiole is usually shorter than the leaf blade, but sometimes equal to it.
The flowers are drooping, collected at 8-18 in a dense multi-flowered racemose one-sided inflorescence. Corolla is greenish-white, almost bell-shaped, regular, 4-5 mm long, with converging petals, finely toothed along the edges. Petals and sepals, 5 each, lobes of the calyx are triangular, finely toothed. Stamens are erect. The column is longer than the corolla, without a ring, straight. The stigma is wide, almost stellate, pentagonal; anthers without horns. At the base of the ovary, there is a glandular subesternal disc with 10 teeth. In the European part of Russia it blooms in June-July.
The fruit is an oval capsule up to 6 mm long, opens upwards. Bears fruit in August.