Malva can be ingested in tea form, for the treatment of infections, constipation, thrush, bronchitis, phlegm, sore throat, hoarseness, pharyngitis, gastritis, eye irritation, bad breath, cough and ulcer. It still benefits the urinary tract, since it acts in the treatment of cystitis, urinary infections and kidney stones (in this case, the plant works to heal the channels through which stones have passed and that have been injured).
Mallow tea is contraindicated during pregnancy and breastfeeding, when used in large doses it can cause poisoning. ... View more »
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