Table of contents:
- What is it for
- Properties of the raw mil
- How to use the medicinal plant
- Possible side effects
- Who should not use
Mil em rama is a medicinal plant, also known as novalgina, aquiléa, atroveran, carpenter's weed, yarrow, achilleia-mil-flores and mil-leaf, used to treat problems in blood circulation and fever.
Its scientific name is Achillea millefolium and it can be found in he alth food stores and compounding pharmacies.
What is it for
A mil em rama is used to help in the treatment of sexually transmitted diseases, abscess, acne, cramps, skin wounds, hair loss, kidney stones, high blood pressure, poor circulation, poor digestion, cramps, detoxify the body, diarrhea, headache, stomach and toothache, eczema, liver problems, scarlet fever, lack of appetite, anal fissure, gastritis, gas, gout, bleeding, inflammation of the mucous membranes, psoriasis, tumor, ulcers, varicose veins and vomiting.
Properties of the raw mil
The properties of mil em rama include its analgesic, antibiotic, anti-inflammatory, astringent, anti-rheumatic, antiseptic, antimicrobial, anti-hemorrhagic, digestive, diuretic, stimulant and expectorant action.
How to use the medicinal plant
The parts used of the mil in rama are the roots, leaves, fruits and flowers. To enjoy its benefits, you should make an infusion of this plant, as follows:
- 15 g dried millet leaves;
- 1 L of boiling water.
Place 15 g of dried yarrow leaves in 1 liter of boiling water and let it rest for about 10 minutes. Then, strain and drink 2 cups of this tea a day.
Possible side effects
Side effects of mil em rama include sensitivity to sunlight, skin irritation and itching, eye inflammation, headache and dizziness.
Who should not use
A mil in rama is contraindicated in pregnancy and in women who are breastfeeding.