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Howthorn
( Marrubium vulgare )

 
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Marrubium vulgare is a herbaceous perennial plant native to different regions of Africa, Europe and Asia. It is commonly known as White Horehound or Common Horehound. These flowering plants from the Lamiaceae family are used for edible purposes. howthorn exporter Decoction and tincture made from their leaves and flowers are also quite popular as folk medicines. The essential oil extracted from the leaves of these plants also has many uses.

The White Horehound plants are better known by their scientific name Marrubium vulgare.This howthorn exporter medicinal plant has a long history of being used by humans; however, it has lost much of its popularity over the years. Ancient Egyptians dedicated these Horehound plants to the God of the Morning Sun Horus. Candies made from the extracts of these plants were one of the most popular remedies for cough and sore throat during ancient times. People also used the Marrubium vulgare leaves as a tobacco substitute.
Marrubium vulgare Description

These herbal plants are native to Middle East, Europe and the Mediterranean regions as well as North Africa. They also grow in the south-eastern regions of Australia. Marrubium vulgare Cultivation

These perennial plants can be cultivated form seeds. The seeds howthorn exporter should be stratified for at least 6 to 8 weeks if they are to be sowed indoors in pots. One can also sow them outside during fall. The seeds take somewhere between 1 and three weeks to germinate. The seeds should be provided with a temperature around 64 °F during night and 79 °F during day to germinate indoors. These herbal plants flower around early spring.

Horehound (Marrubium vulgare , also called white horehound and marrubium, has been howthorn supplier used to treat cold and flu symptoms for thousands of years. It helps loosen phlegm and quiets coughs. In Europe, horehound is also used to treat indigestion and discomfort caused by gas and bloating.

In 1989 the Food and Drug Administration ordered a ban on the use of horehound in cough remedies, claiming it was ineffective. Instead the FDA recommended the use of an expectorant called guaifenesin, which some scientists think believe to be ineffective. howthorn exporter Horehound is still sold in Europe in cough syrup and lozenges, and you can still get it in the United States as well—so long as it isn’t marketed as a cough remedy.

Today most herbalists still recommend horehound for relief of minor respiratory howthorn exporter symptoms that result form bronchitis, colds, flu, and sinusitis.The German Commission E, an expert panel that evaluates the safety and efficacy of herbs, howthorn exporter approves the use of horehound for gastrointestinal upset, flatulence, and bloating. Horehound is also thought to aid digestion by helping to regulate blood sugar levels after meals.

Some European studies indicate that horehound may help dilate blood vessels, which could lead howthorn exporter to its use as a treatment for high blood pressure and arrhythmia. However, research in this area is preliminary, and of course anyone with high blood pressure or any form of heart disease should be under a doctor’s care.

Horehound is available in many commercial preparations, including cough syrup, lozenges, and teas. If you’re in the United States, don’t expect to find these products with the cough suppressants in the drugstore, though, although horehound is still included in some products used to treat sore throats.

You can also buy dried horehound leaves bulk in some health food stores to make howthorn supplier homemade teas or tinctures. One teaspoon of dried leaves to 1 cup of hot water makes a (somewhat bitter) tea. Drink it about one-half hour before eating if you are using it as a digestive aid. Otherwise, 3 cups of tea each day is the usual dosage.