Common Mallow is also called malva, cheeseweed and cheese wheel.
It can help with a sore throat, diarrhea, wounds, fever, colds, bronchitis, upper respiratory conditions, soothing sunburns and other inflamed skin conditions, acid indigestion, stomach ulcers, ulcerative colitis, irritable bowel syndrome, chronic coughs, badder infections, interstitial cystitis, and dry mouth, diabetes, painful periods, and lack of menstruation.
I foraged this plant in central Minnesota.
NOTE: 1 oz bottle, comes with a dropper.
Tinctures are meant to be used as medicine in small amounts. Add 10-20 drops to your tea, juice, water or directly into your mouth when needed.
Dosages for children are not provided in most herbals. To determine the correct dose you need to consider the size of the child, the ailment, the power of the herb you intend to use, and the adult dosage.
Young's Rule for determining dosage uses the child's age divided by twelve plus the age. The dosage for a 4 year old:
4/12+4 = 4/16 = 1/4 of the adult dose.
I use the folk method for making all my tinctures, which uses no measurements except sizing things up with your eyes. So I put the plant material in a jar and then fill with alcohol.
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