Wild Garlic - Ajo Sacha (Mansoa alliaceae).
These loose, dried, ground plants from the Amazon ease rheumatism, arthritis, gout, migraines, muscle pain, epilepsy, fever, abdominal pain, and are used as an antiseptic. Supports a healthy immune system.
This is one of the Master Plant Teachers used in dietas. It helps you to gain strength and clarity, and purify the mind and body. Guides you to know and follow your way.
Warnings: Not safe during pregnancy.
For Tea: Boil 8 oz water, add 1 teaspoon of the loose herbs (you can use a tea ball, french press, or other way to strain herbs or leave them in the tea for a super strong brew), steep 10 to 15 minutes, drink hot. Sweeten with a natural sweetener if desired.
Nurture your body with 1 to 3 cups of tea a day.
To reduce fever: Prepare a stronger tea with 1 tablespoon of herbs to 1 cup of water. Drink every 4 hours until fever stays away.
For tincture: Add half a cup (100 grams) to 4 cups of preferred alcohol (vodka, rum, brandy) or vinegar. Let set 7 days or more. You can scale the recipe down, but be sure to use a container that you're filling up is full to the rim to prevent mold.
Take a sip 3 times a day. It's okay to add the tincture to a bit of juice to make it easier to drink. I suggest hold your breath and chug it and have a chaser ready.
As a poultice: Apply tincture to a wound/infection.
For Seizures: Apply to people's bodies in the form of massages by straining the infusion and adding to a massage oil.
As a Bath: To remove negative energies: Add 50 grams to 2 liters of boiled water. Stir, Strain, Add to bath water.
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