Gathered from Robinwood meadow, Self-heal is a wildflower you may already know, but do you know of its medicinal qualities?
Externally, it can be used to sooth and heal wounds, like cuts, scrapes or burns. It helps to draw out infection when applied in a poultice or compress or made into a salve.
Internally, it can be taken as tea or tincture. The tea is especially helpful for sore, dry, scratchy or irritated throats. Also known to aid in the healing of ulcers in the mouth and throat. It’s anti-viral properties make it a great ally for inhibiting and preventing HPV outbreaks. Overall, a wonderful supporter of the immune system, seasonal allergies, or chronic inflammation.
- Immune modulator