Properties of Borage
1. Strengthens the heart, brain, and liver
2. Cancer prevention due to magnesium content
3. Improves sore throat
4. Anti-inflammatory and suitable for treating blemishes and pimples
5. Useful for kidney and bladder stones
Side effects of borage
People with high blood pressure, pregnant and breastfeeding women, infants and children should not use borage. Excessive consumption of this plant causes stomach pain and gastrointestinal dysfunction.
Hollyhock; (Scientific Name: Althaea officinalis)
Properties of hollyhock
1. Relieves sore throat, respiratory diseases and severe cough
2. Regulates blood sugar
3. Moisturizing the skin
4. Relieves sciatica and heal fractures
5. Effective in removing dandruff, mastitis and gastritis
Side effects of hollyhock
Hollyhock is a useful and harmless plant and only pregnant women and breastfeeding mothers should avoid consuming too much of it.
Properties of licorice
1. Relieves cough and gastritis
2. Heals wounds and inflammation of the mouth
3. Treatment of some gastrointestinal ulcers, improvement the function of the adrenal glands
4. Strengthens the immune system and reduces the risk of colds
5. Improves gastrointestinal diseases, such as inflammation or ulcers of the stomach or intestinal wall and reduces gastric reflux
Side effects of licorice
Excessive consumption reduces potassium levels. It is also forbidden to use this plant for diabetics.
Persian willow; (Scientific Name: Salix)
Properties of Persian willow
1. Effective in relieving nerves, strengthening the heart and treating anemia and heart disorders
2. Strengthens the gastrointestinal tract and nervous system, increases appetite
3. Lowering blood sugar
4. Calming and soothing
5. Antipyretic properties
Side effects of Persian willow
Pregnant women, especially women with a history or risk of miscarriage and similar problems should minimize Persian willow consumption. This plant lowers blood sugar, and drinking it without sweeteners significantly lowers blood sugar.
medicinal plants of Iran have many varieties and benefits. You can read more about Them on Benmary Foods Web Site.