LILY OF THE VALLEY (Convallaria majalis) Leaf
About this Herb
Lily-of-the-valley is used for heart problems including heart failure and irregular heartbeat. It is also used for urinary tract infections (UTIs), kidney stones, weak contractions in labor, epilepsy, fluid retention (edema), strokes and resulting paralysis, eye infections (conjunctivitis), and leprosy.
How To Use:
Decoction of Lily of the Valley Root
2 ozs. Lily of the Valley Root (cut)
1 quart distilled water
1. Put the root into the water and let stand for 6 hours.
2. Boil slowly for 1 hour, while closely covered.
3. Strain, and add 2 ounces pure glycerine.
4. Cool, bottle and keep in a cool place.
1 dessertspoonful to a tablespoonful 3 times a day. If it is desired to keep this preparation for any length of time, add 6 ozs. 90 proof alcohol or good brandy to each pint.
LILY OF THE VALLEY (Convallaria majalis) Leaf C/s
These ingredients have been tested and carefully selected by a certified herbalist.
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