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Blue Mallow

£ 2.29

Standardized: Mallow, Blue Mallow

Malva sylvestris  
Plant Family: Malvaceae

Malva sylvestris is a species of the mallow genus Malva in the family of Malvaceae and is considered to be the type species for the genus. Known as Blue Mallow to English-speaking Europeans, it acquired the common names of cheeses, high mallow and tall mallow (mauve des bois by the French) as it migrated from its native home in Western Europe, North Africa and Asia through the English-speaking world. M. sylvestris is a vigorously healthy plant with showy flowers of bright mauve-purple, with dark veins; a handsome plant, often standing 3 or 4 feet (1 m) high and growing freely in fields, hedgerows and in fallow fields.

Traditional folk medicine recommended blue mallow to treat many ailments, including:

- with a dry cough
- difficulty in expectoration,
- in digestive disorders,
- constipation
- diarrhea
- stomach ulcers
- for mild catarrhal and larynx diseases,
- for wounds and ulcers,
- for rinsing the mouth and throat,
- for irrigation.

Preparation of the blue mallow infusion:
Pour two tablespoons of wild mallow flowers or leaves with one glass of boiling water, then set aside for 30 minutes and strain. We drink the infusion up to six times a day for 100 ml.

Preparation of mallow decoction:
Boil two tablespoons of dried mallow in 200 ml of water for 5-8 minutes.

Mallow macerate:
Four tablespoons of leaves or dried mallow are poured with 200 ml of lukewarm, boiled water. Let stand covered for 8 hours, strain. We drink like a brew.

The above mucus preparations are used in adjuvant treatment of influenza, strep throat, colds, bronchitis, inflammation of gastrointestinal mucosa and constipation.

Preparation for rinsing the oral cavity with mallow:
We mix 50 g of mallow, linden, yarrow and sage leaves. The whole pour a glass of boiling water and brew under cover for 15 minutes. Let stand for 10 minutes and strain. We use to rinse the mouth and throat in inflammation of the mucous membranes.

Regenerating mallow bath
A handful of shredded mallow leaves and flowers, and 3 or 4 tablespoons of linden flowers (or yarrow or chamomile flowers) pour two liters of boiling water in a pot and leave covered for an hour. Then heat to boiling (but do not boil) and pour the whole with herbs into the tub. The bath temperature should be between 36 and 38 ° C, and time between 10 and 20 minutes. The bath regenerates the skin, has anti-inflammatory and antipruritic effects.

M. sylvestris contains malvin and malonylmalvin. It also contains the naphtoquinone malvone A, which is also a phytoalaxin.

Dried flowers, Petals


Specific: M. sylvestris is possibly safe but  We recommend that you consult with a qualified healthcare practitioner before using herbal products, particularly if you are pregnant, nursing, or on any medications.
For educational purposes only This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Flowers are AIR DRIED in the sun to prevent discoloring and browning. These ARE NOT FRESH CUT FLOWERS! They whole flowers, as pictured.

Please note that this is a natural product, and there may be variations in colour or scent from batch to batch.

You will receive your selected amount of dried petals or flowers, freshly sealed in a zip - lock bag.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 71 reviews
Sumeyya Secil Yildirim Eldek (Wood Green, GB)

Thank you!

Wendy Pennington (Stockport, GB)
Beautiful flowers

I bought these blue mallow to uses in my botanical wax melts, they are so pretty, fast delivery too!

Mrs B King (Winchester, GB)
So pretty

Just a described very quick delivery thank you

Lee (Buckhurst Hill, GB)
Blue mallow

Fast delivery with quality goods, what more could you want.

Ros Aldridge (Worthing, GB)
Blue mallow flowers

Very happy with my purchase. Flowers are to add to my rooibos tea but will try with honey and lemon too.

Bryony Sanderson (Barnsley, GB)

Fast delivery and quality product

Eva (Camberwell, GB)
Great product, excellent quality.

The flowers are dried very well and taste and smell very fresh.
The infusion made from Blue Mallow is deep blue and changes colour as you add lemon and honey. Not only only it's a pleasure to look at but tastes nice and relieves dry cough and bronchitis.

Carmen Caicedo (Haywards Heath, GB)

Beautiful colour

Mrs Christine Chambers (Chester, GB)

Fabulous fragrance. Very fast delivery. Highly recommended

Josh Kennedy (Phibsborough, IE)
Great flowers!

Exactly what it says! Dried flowers really good quality 👏🏽

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