Chickweed is used to support the urinary and glandular systems. It may help with fat digestion and appetite regulation.
A mild, soothing, cooling, nutritious herb. Contains steroidal saponins that emulsify fats.
The mild mannered mystery
Chickweed is a mild, soothing, cooling, nutritious herb. It
is one of the most common weeds in the world. Its properties
are poorly documented and widely debated.
It is, at least, a gentle tonic food and fine poultice. A
famous folk use of chickweed is as a remedy for obesity
It contains steroidal saponins that emulsify fats. Many herbalists
believe that this activity helps
dissolve body fat deposits and fatty tumors. It
has been called an appetite depressant.
It is mildly diuretic.
Chickweed certainly contains antibiotic properties that help
with respiratory problems such as bronchitis, cough, colds,
sore throat and flu.
It may have been used long ago in Europe for tuberculosis.
Depending on who you talk to, chickweed is either the most
underrated or overrated herb around.
You can put some in My salad anytime!
- Traditionally used for urinary and glandular system support.
How It Works:
A mild herb, chickweed has been used traditionally to support the urinary and glandualr systems.
Chickweed aerial parts.
Take 2 capsules with a meal twice daily.