Ayurvedic remedy for wound healing
Wounded Warrior Herbal Tea Promotes Healing
Is formulated to help rebuild collagen, improve microcirculation, promote the healing of wounds, ulcers and nerve damage.
The infusion of this tea can also be used topically.
Centella asiatica, aerial parts (Sri Lanka Cert Organic)
An Ayurvedic remedy originally used for wound healing. Research has found the component Asiaticoside stimulates wound healing by speeding up collagen formation and antioxidant levels within the wound.
Its longstanding reputation in India has been as a rejuvenator.
Wound healing, anti-inflammatory, purifying and detoxing the blood and lymph, adaptogenic, (increases the ability of the body to resist the damaging effects of stress), nervine tonic. Improving the blood flow and healing varicose veins and wounds.
Hypericum perforatum leaf and flower (Australia wildcrafted)
ST John’s Wort
St John’s wort has a traditional reputation throughout Europe to heal wounds and all down-heartedness. Used for anxiety related problems, as a folk medicine in medieval times.
Extensive European research has hailed this herb as an anti-depressant as well as inhibiting nerve related viruses.
The herb can be used for nervous exhaustion, long term anxiety, it is also thought to reduce nerve pain and neuralgia.
Antidepressant, nervine tonic, antiviral, especially to enveloped viruses such as herpes simplex strains, wound healing, antimicrobial (topically).
Gingko biloba leaf (China Cert Organic)
Gingko also known as the maidenhair tree, is found in fossils dating back 270 million years. Native to China, it is best known for its treatment of Alzheimer’s.
Extensive research has established the importance of Gingko in improving circulation, and reducing inflammation in arterial blood flow.
Antioxidant, anti-inflammatory (anti-PAF) activity, increases delivery of blood to a capillary bed in tissue, enhances circulation, improves brain function and protects the neurons in the brain. Reduces blood clotting.
Wounded Warrior Updated June 2020 …
Medicinal Botanix has updated our wound healing tea with the added benefits of Polypodium leucotomos, which is one of the strongest and most powerful antioxidants for the skin. A beautiful anti-aging super food, with many recent clinical studies backing up the benefits for sun damaged skin.
The most notable ingredients are the caffeic and ferulic acids which are potent oxidation inhibitors and scavenge free radicals ….
Oral consumption has been shown to reduce DNA damage, inhibit photo sensitization and reduce UV induced sunburn cells.
This rhizome of this fern is now incorporated into many dermatological supplements now widely used in USA, Australia and NZ.
We have retained all the other organic healing herbs in our formulation, as they are so effective for collagen stimulation and renewal. This infusion helps with oxygenation, and to enhance the repair of nerve damage and microcirculation.
A beautiful supportive remedy and superfood given to us from Mother Natures Garden, formulated with love from our qualified Herbalists.
Polypodium leucotomos or Calaguala
Polypodium, like Mistletoe, often grows on host trees such as oak, historically, this was thought to greatly enhance its medicinal value. Used since the 1st Century as a purge and gentle laxative for conditions such as hepatitis, jaundice, to stimulate bile secretions and phlegm.
Interestingly, Mistletoe and Polypodium have both been clinically studied and found supportive to the immune system and the reduction of tumour formation.
Recent research has discovered that this fern from Central and South America is one of the strongest and most powerful anti-oxidants for the skin. The most effective properties have been found to be its benefits for photo damaged skin. Growing evidence indicates protection against solar UV radiation. These benefits have been attributed to the phenolic compounds, including chlorogenic acid, coumaric acid, vanillic acid and the potent oxidation inhibitors caffeic and ferulic. The activity of endogenous antioxidant systems are enhanced and responsible for blocking the formation of reactive oxygen species. Clinical studies have shown that Polypodium L is a powerful antioxidant, by scavenging free radicals and reactive oxygen species. Oral consumption has shown to reduce DNA damage, inhibit photo sensitization and reduce UV induced sunburn cells.
For many years these extracts have been used to treat psoriasis, vitiligo, atopic dermatitis, polymorphic light eruption, sunburn, squamous cell carcinoma, and photo-aging
‘Anapsos’ is a Spanish brand name for a drug containing Polypodium L, used to treat Psoroasis.
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