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Elm, also known as elm herb, meadow queen or bee weed, is a medicinal plant used for colds, fever, rheumatic diseases, kidney and bladder diseases, cramps, gout and migraine relief.
The ulmaria is a plant of the rosaceae family with a height between 50 and 200 cm, with yellow or whitish flowers and its scientific name is Filipendula ulmária.
What is ulmaria for
Ultima is used to treat colds, fever, rheumatism, kidney and bladder diseases, cramps, gout and relieve migraines.
Properties of Ulmaria
Eulmaria has antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, analgesic, diuretic, sudorific properties, which makes sweating and febrifuge, which reduces fever.
Using the ulmaria
The parts of the ulmaria used are the flowers and occasionally the whole plant.
- For tea: Add 1 tablespoon of ulmaria to a cup of boiling water. Let it cool, strain and then drink it.
Side effects of ulmaria include gastrointestinal problems if overdosed.
Ulmaria is contraindicated for people with hypersensitivity to salicylates, which is one of the constituents of the plant, and in pregnancy, as it can induce labor.