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Greater Celandine Herb

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Greater Celandine (lat. Chelidonium Majus) from perennial species, from the poppy family, showing numerous healing properties. It has been used in nat..

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Greater Celandine (lat. Chelidonium Majus) from perennial species, from the poppy family, showing numerous healing properties. It has been used in natural medicine for centuries. Its best known use is in the treatment of warts. Warts are changes in the skin in the form of growths caused by infection. Lesser known uses include the relief of abdominal pain, among others. Celandine is effective for both nausea and premenstrual pain. Celandine has also been shown to relieve pain, lower blood pressure, and slow the heart rate. The infusion of young leaves, on the other hand, is cholagogic and regulates the digestive tract. Preliminary studies also show that alcohol extracts of this herb have anti-inflammatory effect.


Health properties

  • It has antiviral and bactericidal properties and is used to treat warts;
  • The fungicidal properties of celandine are used externally in the treatment of Candida skin infections and other fungi;
  • It has a diastolic effect on the smooth muscles of the gastrointestinal tract and biliary tract, as well as the urinary, reproductive organs and even the bronchi;
  • Mainly tincture, in natural medicine it is used orally in abdominal pain caused by intestinal colic, hepatic colic or in the biliary tract;
  • The use of celandine preserves also to relieve menstrual pains;
  • It also has a diuretic, choleretic effect and facilitates bowel movements;
  • It is characterized by the content of alkaloids such as chelidonine, sanguinarine, chelerythrine, coptisine;
  • The herb also exhibits slight sedative properties, which are the result of its antispasmodic and analgesic effects. In herbal medicine, a decoction of celandine is used to improve the quality of sleep and to "soothe" the nerves;
  • Clinical studies have shown that the content of alkaloids, mainly berberine, is effective in preventing ischemic episodes. In addition, this substance has a hypotensive effect, which is directly related to the reduction of blood vessel pressure and blood pressure.



  • Antifungal;
  • Antibacterial;
  • Sedative effect;
  • Action on liver cells;
  • Choleretic;
  • Antiprotozoal;
  • Relaxes smooth muscles of the digestive tract;
  • Cardioprotective effect;
  • Relaxes the smooth muscles of the bile ducts.


Dosage and how to use


1 tablespoon of herb pour 2 cups of boiling water; set aside for 30 minutes; strain. Drink 100ml 3-4 times a day.


Pour 1 tablespoon of herb into 2 cups of water; cook for 5 minutes; set aside for 20 minutes; strain. Dose same as infusion.

Cold alcohol:

Half a cup of fresh ground herb pour 400ml of vodka; etch 14 days; filter. Take 10ml 3-4 times a day; in colic - 1 tbsp.


Side effects

Although celandine is generally a safe herb, care should be taken with regard to dosages. A common side effect, despite the use of the right amount, is gastrointestinal complaints. These can include: diarrhea, indigestion, stomach pain, digestive tract cramps, incontinence urine, lethargy, nausea.


Celandine herb should not be used during pregnancy as it may cause uterine contractions. In addition, glaucoma or peptic ulcer disease may be contraindications. People who have problems with the proper functioning of the liver should be cautious in using celandine.


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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