Remedium – 2 is a blend with antioxidant and immune-stimulating properties, capable of strengthening the immune defenses, protecting the body and helping in preventing and treating cold symptoms.
Remedium – 2 is a blend of 9 herbs in which the pharmacological properties of Echinacea and Turmeric are supported by other powerful herbs such as Elderflower and Laurel. The fresh and pungent taste of Ginger is mixed with the slightly spicy Pepper, the pleasant aroma of Lemongrass and the sweet taste of Orange.
Hvordan brygge Wilden.herbals
Hver pyramidepose med Wilden.herbals er laget for å brygges i opp til 600 ml vann.
Vanntemperatur: 95 grader
Bryggetid: 5–7 minutter
Echinacea, Echinacea pallida
Echinacea is a herbaceous plant of the Asteraceae family native to North America. Flower and root parts are traditionally used in the Native American pharmacopoeia. Known for its immunostimulating and antiviral properties, the presence of polysaccharides helps strengthen the immune system and treat the symptoms of colds, supporting the body against infectious attacks.
Laurel, Laurus nobilis
Laurel is an evergreen plant typical of the Mediterranean areas. An ingredient that has historically been in case of flu, to aid digestion, but also to relieve menstrual and rheumatic pains. Natural antioxidant, laurel is able to stimulate and strengthen the immune system thanks to the high content of vitamin C, which has an antiviral action. Thanks to its expectorant action, it’s of great help in case of fever, sinusitis, cough and bronchitis.
Turmeric, Curcuma longa
Turmeric is a spice widely used in Indian cooking noted for its warm orange yellow color and its penetrating aroma. Its name derives from the Sanskrit “kum-kuma” and from the Arabic “kour-koum”, which means saffron, probably due to their chromatic similarity. Commonly used in Ayurvedic medicine as a purifier, turmeric is recommended to improve liver health, eliminate excess cholesterol and facilitate digestion. Furthermore it also has anti-inflammatory, antiviral, antibacterial, antifungal and antioxidant properties.
Black Pepper, Piper nigrum
For centuries, the fruit of this plant represented a trading commodity of the highest value. In Ayurvedic medicine, black pepper is a powerful remedy for stimulating the metabolism and eliminating toxins. It has antioxidant properties (piperine) and is excellent in the case of “colds”, such as flu, cough, nasal congestion and fever. In addition, pepper facilitates the absorption of nutrients and when associated with turmeric, as in this blend, it increases its bioavailability up to 2000%.
Ginger, Zingiber officinale
This plant’s origin goes back to the tropical forests of India and South East Asia. Its rhizome has been known to be used both as a cooking spice and as a traditional remedy. The active ingredients contained in it (gingerols) make ginger an effective antioxidant against inflammation, congestion, cough, cold and fever. In traditional Chinese medicine, it carries out an action defined as “dispersion of the cold” accumulated in the body.
Juniper, Juniperus communis
Essential oils in juniper berries are used for their medicinal and therapeutic properties all over the world. Essential oil extraction and its use are a very ancient practice. Juniper is a natural antiseptic for the urinary and respiratory tracts; over the centuries it has become very popular and appreciated for these natural therapeutic properties against flu symptoms and gastrointestinal dysfunctions. Juniper oils also have anti-inflammatory properties and are used as aerosols or for decontracting massages.
Sweet Orange, Citrus sinensis
The peel of the sweet orange is rich in essential oils which, in addition to giving a pleasant aroma to our mix, have significant health benefits. Its sedative and calming properties are useful in combating insomnia, counteracting nervous disorders, depression, anxiety and nervousness. Furthermore, it is an antispasmodic remedy that has a relaxing action on the muscles and is therefore indicated in case of muscle tension, general fatigue and stress.
Lemongrass, Cymbopogon citratus
This plant with a strong aromatic personality, rich in essential nutrients and pharmacological properties, yields many benefits for health. The components responsible for the lemon fragrance (limonene, citral) have antifungal and antibacterial properties. It is used in Ayurvedic medicine to strengthen the immune system and treat flu symptoms: cough, nasal congestion, fever, fatigue and headache. It also has antioxidant and diuretic properties that help cleanse the body of toxins.
Elderflower, Sambucus nigra
The elder flower has been known since ancient times for its effective therapeutic qualities in the treatment of fevers and infections. The active ingredients contained in the flowers have the ability to increase body sweating, to promote the elimination of toxins during febrile states. The flavones of the plant have a vasodilating action that unblocks the respiratory tract in case of nasal congestion, cough and cold.
Ginger*, lemongrass*, laurel*, sweet orange*, juniper*, turmeric*, echinacea*, black pepper*, elderflower*