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Kalawalla root (Polypodium leucatomos L.) - 50 g

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Common name: Kalawalla

Botanical name: Polypodium leucotomos L.

Synonyms: Phlebodium decumanum, P. multiseriale, Chrysopteris decumana L.

Common Names: Samambaia, calaguala, huayhuashi-shupa, cotochupa, mirane, temakaje

Net weight : 50 g

Availability: In stock

€2.40

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Indications / recommendations: Psoriasis, atopic eczema, herpes virus infections, vitiligo, recurrent aphthous stomatitis, chronic enteritis sensitization to cow's milk, bronchospasm of allergic origin, degenerative osteoarthritis.

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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