Cistus Incanus

Cistus Incanus was one of the main ingredients of 18th-century medicines. It is now known for its healing properties and is also used in homeopathy.

The leaves are available.

Description

General Information

Cistus Incanus belongs to the Cistaceae family and is a perennial plant found in dry and stony soils. They are found in Mediterranean countries, Portugal, Morocco, and the Canary Islands.

Health Benefits and Uses

Until the end of the 18th century, it was one of the most important medicines. Due to its aromatic resin, it was used against cholera infections and the embalming of the dead. Cistus Incanus is one of the richest plants in polyphenols found mainly in the leaves of the plant. Thus, it is a very good dietary supplement thanks to its strong antioxidant action and strengthening of the immune system. It helps to detoxify the body and in times of fatigue and exhaustion, it offers toning.
Its healing properties are also impressive, as it can quickly regenerate cells and heal scars, infections, inflammation, fungal infections, and benign abscesses. It also relieves cases of skin allergies and irritations. In addition, it has an antibiotic action and relieves severe cold and severe runny nose. It is considered one of the most important herbs in homeopathy.

Available Forms

  • Cutted Leaves

Origin: E.U.

Caution! Herbs should not be consumed uncontrollably. Consult your doctor before consumption. They are not substitutes for drugs and can cause side effects and allergies.