This herb is one of the most effective blood cleaners and offer valuable assistance in treating respiratory complaints.
The use of wild garlic is dating from the Stone Age, which is confirmed by the archaeological discoveries in the Netherlands and Switzerland.
This herb has a beneficial effect on the digestive tract, and is particularly effective in regulating high blood pressure and lowering the levels of bad holeterol as in cleaning blood. Wild garlic relieves stomach upsets and speeds up digestion and is also used in treating diarrhea, indigestion and loss of apetite.
Why to use it
Phytotherapeutists recommend it as natural therapy for asthma, bronchitis and emphysema (lung disease with increased airway, frequently it occurs as a consequence of chronic bronchitis). Potion made from this herb can stimulate weight loss and with the leaves you can wrap the painful joints, as they help to treat rheumatoid arthritis.
When to use it
Mostly Effective is before blooming in April and May. It is rich in vitamin C, and experts consider it more effective than garlic. Although this herb is available from early spring to early summer in the markets and in the forest, it is important to indicate that wild garlic can be easily blended with lily tear or saffron, which are hazardous to health.
Colchicum pieperianum is extremely toxic, amount of 5 to 7 mg can kill you. It is very important to smell the leaf of each plant before picking, because only the wild garlic has a distinctive smell of garlic, and can easily be recognized.