Boldo: Peumus boldus Mol.
Latin Name: Boldo, Pemus boldus Mol.
Part of plant: Leaves
Grade: Pure and Natural
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Boldo Properties: Supports the flow of bile; general strengthening; diuretic; slightly hypnotic effect.
Boldo Indications: Liver and gallbladder weakness; fungus disease (Candida) of intestines and vagina.
Boldo Main Components: Eucalyptol, ascaridol, boldine,1,8 cineole, x-thujone, verbene
Boldo Contraindications, side effects: Dosage must be precisely complied with for internal use by children and pregnant women.
The use of Boldo is passed down from the time of the Incas and the herb is used in much the same way today - for a wide range of stomach, digestive, and liver complaints. Traditionally Boldo
are used to treat bladder and urinary tract infections, gallbladder
discomfort, gallstones, heartburn and indigestion, and stomach cramps.
The herb is said to work by encouraging the release of bile and
dissolving fats and also by increasing intestinal transit time, giving
the digestive tract more time to digest food. The ascaridole in boldo
attacks intestinal worms but must be administered under medical advice.