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What are the benefits and harms of Icelandic moss?

Icelandic moss or Cetraria Icelandica is not actually a moss. This is a lichen that has nothing to do with mosses. In fact, Icelandic moss is a symbiosis of fungi and algae.

Useful properties and composition of Icelandic moss

  • – Antiseptic;
  • – Softening;
  • – Antibacterial;
  • – Antimicrobial;
  • – Tonic;
  • – Enveloping;
  • – Expectorants;
  • – Antiemetic;
  • – Calming;
  • – Choleretic;
  • – Wound healing;
  • – Immunostimulating.

The composition of cetraria includes: sugar, carbohydrates, fats, proteins, resins, wax. But these lichen acids are especially valuable: usnic, lichesterolic and protolichesterolic. It is these acids that help cure tuberculosis.

What do preparations from Icelandic moss treat?

  • – Japanese scientists have found that in tandem with green tea, Icelandic moss can cure the early stages of cancer. And later they noticed that cetraria helps slow down the death of cells, i.e. aging, since moss acts on the human body 10 times more actively than vitamin E.
  • – Lichen is traditionally used by northern peoples to treat coughs; tuberculosis; diseases of the lungs, kidneys and genitourinary system. And also for quick healing of wounds.
  • – Icelandic moss kills bacteria and viruses, which means that preparations made from it are effective for treating viral diseases, incl. and tuberculosis.
  • – Cetraria is used internally to treat inflammation of the gastrointestinal tract, ulcers and gastritis.
  • – Icelandic moss stabilizes the endocrine system.
  • – A decoction of cetraria will help women minimize toxicosis during pregnancy, and nursing mothers get rid of lumps in the breast.
  • – Icelandic moss is used in the treatment of cystitis and urethritis.

Recently, research has been conducted on the possibility of using preparations from Icelandic moss to treat AIDS and HIV.

Why do we recommend ordering Icelandic moss from our company?

Icelandic moss is a rather amazing natural creation – it dies under unfavorable environmental conditions. Moreover, this applies not only to the soil, but also to the air. This lichen is a kind of indicator of environmental cleanliness.

Icelandic moss grows in swampy and mountainous areas in the north of the planet. Our company has freelance herbal collectors. Essentially, these people are healers – herbalists who know when, where, how and what herbs need to be collected. The moss that we offer you “comes” from Russia. Our herbalists collect it in Siberia, Karelia and Altai. The area where our “wild” Icelandic moss was collected is ecologically clean, therefore the lichen is high-quality and safe.

Cetraria is used to treat diseases not only by traditional healers, but also by official medicine. This in itself is strange, because doctors usually do not recognize traditional medicine. However, Icelandic moss is an exception; its use is permitted in many countries of the world, moreover, it is even sold in pharmacies. True, not in “pure” form, but in the form of synthesized drugs.

Our company guarantees that the Icelandic moss offered to you is natural, environmentally friendly and will definitely help you in the treatment of ailments.

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If you find yourself in Iceland, in the vicinity of the village of Vik, you will be surprised how few trees there are. But instead you will see Icelandic moss, which covers the ancient lava rocks with a soft carpet. Icelandic moss, although it is more correct to call it lichen, has already established itself as a medicinal remedy throughout the world. We learned more about its beneficial properties.

Cough, cold, bronchitis

Moss (its other name is cetraria) contains polysaccharides, including lichenin, which relieves inflammation of the mucous membranes of the upper respiratory tract, relieves cough, and has an antimicrobial effect. The American Botanical Council noted the effectiveness of Cetraria in the treatment of pharyngitis, laryngitis and bronchial diseases with a success rate of 86%.

To relieve symptoms bronchitis Pour a teaspoon of moss into a glass of boiling water or milk, let it brew for 10 minutes, strain, add a spoonful of honey and drink before bed.

In the initial stages respiratory diseases and at coughing pour a teaspoon of moss into 200 ml of boiling water, wait five minutes, strain and drink hot at night.

Immunity and digestion

Icelandic moss is a recognized natural immunomodulator. Cetraria has antiviral, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties, contains iron, calcium, magnesium, iodine, fluoride, potassium and vitamin B12, therefore in many countries it is used as a means to strengthen the immune system.

Moss is also good for appetite. According to some researchers, it helps the body absorb nutrients by stimulating digestion, and is itself very nutritious.

Icelandic moss is also effective in the treatment of gastritis, stomach ulcers, and chronic digestive disorders. But in any case, you should not self-medicate. Be sure to consult your doctor first.

For digestive problems A teaspoon of moss is mixed in equal proportions with flax seeds and marshmallow root. Pour 500 milliliters of boiling water, leave for 10 minutes and filter. Take 70 ml half an hour before meals.

Healthy skin

Icelandic moss can be used to make a skin tonic. It will be an excellent remedy for redness, pimples and wounds. In a glass of boiling water, mix 1 tsp. cetraria, wormwood and chamomile. Pour into molds, place in the freezer, and then wipe your face with ice cubes.

You can strain the broth, pour it into a bottle and wipe your skin in the morning with a cotton pad soaked in lotion.

Where, besides Iceland, does beneficial moss grow?

Cetraria loves the cleanest corners of the planet. And not only in Iceland, but also in Scandinavia, Great Britain, Australia and Russia. For example, Icelandic moss grows in the Altai region. Cetraria reacts painfully to polluted air, soil and water, as well as human intervention, so for the locals it is practically sacred. Under ideal conditions, moss grows only 1 cm per year, and in the mountains – only a couple of millimeters.

The healing effect of delicate and fragile Icelandic moss is recognized by traditional medicine. And cetraria can rightfully be classified as a universal remedy, because it is even used in cooking: baked goods, jelly, jelly and sweets are made from it!

Did you know that Icelandic moss can be brewed and drunk? Will you do this now?

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