BUT THERE IS SOMETHING THAT THEY CAN DO TO PREVENT THE REGULAR BACTERIA TO REACH THEIR PRIVATE PARTS.
Lady’s mantle (lat. Alchemilla vulgaris) is also known as Virak, rabbit’s foot, lion’s foot and Agile Frog. It has been used since the Middle Ages. Today it is considered as a universal natural remedy for all women treating many different diseases. According to the famous Swiss herbalist Johan Kincora, 30% of all gynecological problems can be avoided just by consuming Lady’s mantle tea.
You should use the leaves and flowers or the entire flowering plant except the root, because it doesn’t have any medicinal properties. The leaves are best collected in July/August. Leaves can also be collected after blooming, but then they lose some of their healing power.
Lady’s mantle contains flavonoids, organic acids, tannins, salicylic acid and a real treasure of vitamin C. This plant has a bitter taste, because of its high tannin content which brings strong anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties.
IT’S THE IDEAL PLANT FOR PREGNANT WOMEN AND THOSE TRYING TO CONCEIVE
Medical experts are still exploring its medicinal purposes, but according to several researches, lady’s mantle is the best natural remedy for the treatment of infertility. It acts as an excellent natural regulator of hormones; progesterone stimulates growth and regulates the menstrual cycle, which is extremely important when attempting conception. Lady’s mantle strengthens the uterine wall and so protects against miscarriages, and helps with polycystic ovary and for removing the unwanted pounds. It’s also beneficial for women who’ve just given birth, including those who recover from a difficult birth and for those who have a “loose” stomach.