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Sue Reynolds, Master Herbalist
Sue Reynolds, M.S.W.
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Updated October 20, 2017
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Marshmallow (450 mg)

Healing, Soothing soft tissue repair herb. For stomach, bowel, lungs, urinary tract, joints.

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Category:     Single Herbs
Parts Used:     Root
Body System:     Digestive System, Intestinal System, Urinary System
Testimonials:     2 Personal Stories

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440-0 100 count $20.35 $13.55

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T r a d i t i o n a l     U s e s
 
Blood - Retain in Body
    Bowels - Easily Agitated
Bowels - Fast moving
    Bowels - Fast moving
Breast
    Bronchioles
Bronchioles and Lung Support
    Catarrh
Children's Health - Respiratory and Lungs
    Constipation (occasional)
Cough (occasional)
    Glands
Intestinal Tract
    Intestinal Tract
Intestinal Tract
    Kidney
Kidney
    Lactation - Encourages Normal
Liver
    Lung
Lung
    Lung - Maintain Healthy Fluid Levels
Lung - Pleura
    Mucous Membrane
Skin - Broken
    Skin - Touched Something Hot
Stomach
    Throat
Urinary Tract
    Urinary Tract
 
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Marshmallow
Don’t Roast this Mallow over a Fire

Marshmallow has been utilized for thousands of years not only as a food during times of famine, but for its healing properties as an herbal remedy. Recently, marshmallow has been used as an expectorant to treat a variety of upper respiratory problems.

Marshmallow contains large amounts of vitamin A, calcium, zinc and significant amounts of iron, sodium, iodine, and B-complex. Like slippery elm, marshmallow reduces inflammation and has a calming effect on the body.

Marshmallow's mucilage content helps soothe inflamed tissues, often caused by bronchitis and asthma. Marshmallow also relieves dryness and irritation in the chest and throat, usually brought on by colds and persistent coughs.

Marshmallow has been known to relieve indigestion, kidney problems, urinary tract infections, and even external skin wounds such as boils and abscesses.

Marshmallow in an herbal form might sound unusual to someone unfamiliar with herbology--but long before the white squishy balls were sitting on supermarket stores, the plant was growing in marshes. The plant is a member of the Mallow family, which prefers for its habitat wet places such as marshes--hence the name. It grows widely around the world, and is found in the western U.S. The modern confection has none of the plant in it, but in times past, the boiled roots were used to make marshmallows. Served as a vegetable, the plant was considered a delicacy among the Romans. In France the young tops and leaves are eaten uncooked in salads. Its high mucilage content makes it an appropriate supplement for the respiratory system.


Benefits

  • Strengthens the mucous membranes as well as the respiratory system.
  • Eases gastrointestinal irritation.
  • May reduce certain kinds of inflammation, such as that of the urinary tract.
  • Supports the kidneys and bladder.


Our Product Advantage
Though there are over a thousand species of marshmallow throughout the world, the one most helpful to the human body is Althae officinalis, a plant indigenous to Europe. Nature’s Sunshine offers only the purest form of this species of marshmallow, to provide you with the most mucilage support possible.


Recommendations
Take one capsule with meals twice daily.


Complementary Products

     Nutritional:   Mullein (290 mg), ALJ® Capsules
     Homeopathics:   Allergy
     Homeopathics:   Chamomile, Roman, Breathe Free (Blend)


How Does it Work?
Marshmallow contains 25–30 percent polysaccharides (mucilage) and 25–30 percent starch, which account for its demulcent effects on the digestive tract.





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