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Bladderwrack (Fucus vesiculosus L.) - 50 g

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Common name: Bladderwrack

Botanical name: Fucus vesiculosus L.

Other common names: Encina sea, Wrack, Fucus vesicoso, bladderwrack, Sargazo vesicoso.

Net weight : 50 g.

Part used: The thallus of Fucus vesiculosus.

Bladderwrack it is also called, in English, "Kelp".

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Indications / recommendations
The European Medicines Agency (EMA) recommends its use as an adjunct to traditional diets low in calories to aid weight loss in overweight adults.

Description: The fucus is a perennial marine alga, hard consistency, consisting of flat sheets, 1-2 centimeters, to be forking. It is yellowish-green or greenish-brown color. It grows 20-50 cm in length and attached to rocks by means of rootlets. Contains a rounded vesicles, olive sized, air-filled, which act as floats, maintaining the erect algae. It grows in the area near the coast of the Atlantic cliffs.

History: In some coastal areas of Britain bladderwrack is consumed as a vegetable.
By the shape of the air vesicles, it was used to treat what doctors formerly called scrofula (induration of the lymph nodes, skin and bones attributed to tuberculosis).

How to prepare the infusion: Pour a tablespoon in a cup of boiling water and let stand five minutes.
If you are root, bark or seeds than usual it is to boil five minutes.

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