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Common Mallow Herb

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Common Mallow (lat. Malvae Silvestris L.) due to the wealth of valuable substances - also an important medicinal and cosmetic raw material. All becaus..

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Common Mallow (lat. Malvae Silvestris L.) due to the wealth of valuable substances - also an important medicinal and cosmetic raw material. All because of the very rare anthocyanins - malvidin, peonidin and delphinidin - which are found in flowers with dark, almost black petals. Mallow also contains large amounts of mucus substances (up to 12 percent), and also flavonoids (kaempferol, quercetin, myricetin), uronic acids, sugar alcohols, phytoestrogens flavonoids, sugars, tannins, phenolic acids, pectins, resins and minerals. Such a rich composition made ornamental mallow flowers a highly valuable herbal raw material. They are also used in the food industry to color sweets, beverages and syrups.


Health properties

  • Thanks to the anti-inflammatory flavonoids and anthocyanins as well as the soothing mucus compounds, the infusion perfectly nourishes the skin;
  • Antioxidant properties;
  • It has estrogenic properties - flavone phytoestrogens have an effect similar to that of female hormones, which are lost during menopause. So they can be of great help then - the mallow flower is a component of many herbal mixtures used in the climacteric period;
  • It has strong moisturizing properties, and the anthocyanins and flavonoids contained in it have anti-inflammatory properties;
  • Stabilizes the endothelium of blood vessels. Thanks to this, circulation improves, especially in the small vessels of the eyes and brain.



  • Nourishes and moisturizes the skin - it is the perfect tonic for dry and tired skin. it reduces the destructive effects of free radicals, which contribute, among others, to to the appearance of spots and wrinkles on the skin;
  • Reduces the symptoms of menopause;
  • Heals irritated eyes;
  • Regulates menstruation;
  • Strengthens blood vessels;
  • It brings relief in gastric ulcer disease, as the mucous compounds form a protective layer against the aggressive effects of digestive acids;
  • It soothes hoarseness and dry cough.


Dosage and how to use


Pour 2 tablespoons of mallow with a glass of boiling water, set aside for 20 minutes. After this time, bring to a boil and set aside again for 20-30 minutes. Strain - drink the infusion in the morning on an empty stomach to regulate menstruation, relieve menopause and stomach problems.


Side effects

None reported.


Although the herb or flower of mallow is not abortive, it is not recommended to use mallow tea during pregnancy and lactation. Another contraindication is hypersensitivity to the plant. It is also worth remembering that the use of plant mucus materials may delay or reduce the absorption of drugs taken at the same time, hence the recommended behavior is at least 2 hours apart.


100% natural, organic, no additives.

Our herbs are certified to not contain allergens and are GMO free, organic. Carefully collected from their wild sites. Free from environmental pollutions.

Packed in a paper pouch with ziplock, heat sealed to preserve the aroma and properties.


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