Scorpion grows in the cracks of rocks and in the crevices of old walls. It is a plant of the fern variety and we find it almost all over Greece. It has been used for diseases of the bladder and urinary tract.
Net weight: 100gr
Packaging: Very practical, which keeps the contents fresh and allows you to open & close it multiple times.
What the tradition says:
The ancient Greeks used it for its expectorant and diuretic properties. Traditional healers used it as a patch to treat skin pimples, especially youthful acne. In the past, the Cretans used it to treat koskinas (malignant pimples on the neck). Mostly, however, they used it as a lithotripsy.
It is considered that:
It is a diuretic, eliminates kidney stones
Protects the urinary system
Uses: for the removal of kidney stones, against cystitis and nephritis.
It is believed to be beneficial for the spleen and breast diseases.
How to use:
as a decoction: 1 tablespoon in 1 half cup of water for 3-5 ′. We drink 1 to 2 times a day.