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Wild Edible – Mallow – Health Benefits

  • Mallow herb is commonly found in the wild and urban areas.
  • Mallow is a powerful medicinal herb.
  • It can be utilised in a number of ways. Include young leaves in salads/dishes, make tea out of the leaves, eat the seeds and make tea out of the roots.
  • Mallow helps soothe sore throats. Sipping on mallow tea will help ease a sore throat.
  • Mallow helps increase your bodies immunity.
  • Mallow has anti inflammatory effects.
  • Mallow has anti parasitic effects also. Drinking mallow tea can be very cleansing.

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