The “brew” of Icelandic moss also works well in combination with other herbs –
For example, to restore the microflora of the stomach. You can also use it for inhalations, nose jobs, gargle. This is a good procedure to follow at the first signs of a fever or acute respiratory infection. Excellent anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial. Works great!
How to cook?
It is better to prepare the infusion in the evening. Pour a tablespoonful of ground moss with a glass a little more of cold water. Bring to a boil over low heat, but do not boil, and pour overnight into a thermos.
Instead of a thermos, you can put it in a water bath for an hour. In the morning, strain and drink during the day for three to four drinks on an empty stomach.
The concentration can be increased or decreased depending on the patient’s age, physical condition, and internal sensations. Be sure to listen to yourself!
This infusion is useful in many types of diseases, especially in bronchopulmonary diseases and diseases of the gastrointestinal tract. Effective in healing stomach and intestinal ulcers.
“Brewing” of Icelandic moss is also good in combination with other herbs – for example, to restore the microflora of the stomach. It can also be used for inhalation, nasal decongestion, gargle, and gargle.
These procedures are good to do at the first signs of an acute respiratory infection. A great anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial. Works very well!