Agripalma is a medicinal plant, also known as Cardiac, Dandelion, Dandelion, Dandelion or Macaré herb, widely used in the treatment of anxiety, heart problems and high blood pressure due to its relaxing, hypotensive and cardiac tonic properties.
The scientific name of Agripalma is cardiac Leonurus and can be bought in natural products stores, free holidays and some pharmacies of manipulation in its natural form, in capsules or in tincture to make dilutions in water.
The use of this plant may be useful to supplement the treatment of people with heart problems and changes such as high blood pressure. However, its use does not exclude the need to take the medications prescribed by the cardiologist, although it is a great complement to lowering blood pressure.
Agripalma is used to help treat angina pectoris, palpitations, tachycardia, anxiety, insomnia, menstrual cramps, thyroid dysfunction and climacteric symptoms.
The properties of Agripalma include its relaxing, tonic, carminative, uterine stimulating, hypotensive, antispasmodic and diaphoretic action.
The used parts of Agripalma are its flowers, leaves and stem to make teas, tinctures and also can be found in drops in pharmacies and drugstores.
Here's how to use this medicinal plant:
The use of Agripalma in high doses can cause alteration in the menstrual cycle.
Agripalma should not be used by pregnant women and women during the menstrual period, as well as by patients receiving sedatives. In case of heart disease, it is recommended to consult the cardiologist before starting to use Agripalma.
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