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Dry wild duckweed 100 gramm for vitiligo treatment

Dry wild duckweed 100 gramm for vitiligo treatment

Dry wild duckweed 100 gramm for vitiligo treatment
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Dry wild duckweed Lemna minor for vitiligo treatment -100 gramm

Small Lemna / Lemnaminor

Family Lemnaceae

Lemna, from the Greek, lemna, "water-plant, star-grass, Callitriche verna" 
minor, from the Latin, "lesser" 
Common Name, from its size relative to that of the other common North American duckweed, Greater Duckweed (Spirodela polyrhiza)

Kingdom Plantae, the Plants 
Division Magnoliophyta, the Angiosperms (flowering plants) 
Class Liliopsida, the Monocotyledons 
Subclass Arecidae, the Arum 
Order Arales, the Arum 
Family Lemnaceae, the Duckweeds As a result of their adaptation to aquatic habitats, they are among the smallest and simplest of the flowering plants, floating monocotyledons, only 1-15mm in size.
Genus Lemna, 13 species worldwide

Widespread throughout temperate regions of the northern and southern hemispheres, including North America, Eurasia, Australia, and New Zealand. 
 
Habitat: Freshwater ponds, marshes, lakes, and quiet streams. 
Spreads rapidly across quiet bodies of water rich in nutrients, growing best in water with high levels of nitrogen and phosphate. Iron is often limiting. Can tolerate a wide pH range, but survives best between 4.5 and 7.5.

Optimal conditions for growth are quiet streams and ponds

Time of bloom is May, September. Bloom is very rare.

Occurs almost everywhere except the Arctic.

Lemna growing in ponds.  Composition:  Contains protein, iodine, bromine, calcium, silicon, iron.

Lemna at dry state contains about 35% protein; content of carbohydrates varies between 14% - 43% and 10% - 15% of fat. The rest is dietary fiber. Protein of Lemna is notable for high consumer s property. With the exception of methionine, cysteine and tryptophan the protein of Lemna contains all necessary amino acids in quantity, which corresponds to norms of World Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO). As far as content of necessary amino acids is concern Lemna excels such cereals as corn and rice and Lemna enriches with lizine, arginine, aspartatic and glutaminic acids. Lemna is rich in vitamins A1, B1, B2, B6, C, especially in vitamin E (about 0,5 mg/g weight at dry state) and PP (B5) (about 0,8 mg/g weight at dry state). Besides this Lemna contains anthocyanins, flavonoids, copper salt, bromine salt, iron salt, calcium salt and cilicon salt.

  

 Lemna effectively used in the treatment of Vitiligo

 

 

How to Treat Vitiligo Using Lemna Minor

lemna minor - how to treat vitiligo

 

Also called as Wild Duckweed, Lemna Minor is a freshwater plant that is commonly found floating on ponds and streams. The mode of action of this natural treatment acts on the melanocytes; reactivating them to produce the natural color of the skin. The chemicals occurring in this plant that help the treatment process are vitexin, vicenin, isoorientin and orientin.

As a solution on how to treat vitiligo, Lemna Minor is dried and drank as tea or soup.

You can grind and mix fresh lemna minor and honey in the ratio of 1:1 and have 1 tsp of this twice a day, one hour after each meal.

You can prepare a tincture by mixing 4 tbsps of Lemna with ½ l of vodka and storing it for 7 days. Have around 30 drops of this in 2 tbsp of water twice a day, ½ an hour after your meals.

You can also rub castor oil, melon pulp or strong black tea on the affected areas. Alternately rub half a fig on the spots or fresh rhubarb juice mixed with body lotion.