Wild Garlic - Ajo Sacha (Mansoa alliaceae).
This loose, dried, ground plant from the Amazon eases rheumatism, arthritis, gout, migraines, muscle pain, epilepsy, fever, abdominal pain, and is 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 & clarity while purifying the mind and body. Guides you to know and follow your own way.
Warnings: Not safe during pregnancy.Has Alildisulfoxide, alkaloids, ailine, allycin, disfulenyl propillilo, stigma masterol, flavones, flavonic pigments, saponins, dialyl sulfide, dimethyl sulfide, dedirinilo sulfide, cytotoxic naflaquinons: 9-methoxy-a-lapachone and 4 hydroxy-9-methoxy-a-lapachone.
For Tea: Barely 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. 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 with 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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