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Anti-Inflammatory, anti-viral, antibacterial, anti-fungal properties

This plant has been used for thousands of years for wound healing, ulcer treatment, respiratory tract infections, arthritis, and other traditional medicine uses.

The application of fresh leaves or a powder made of dry leaves on open or bleeding wounds or burns result in the stoppage of bleeding and serves as an effective antiseptic and anti-inflammatory agent. Treatment using Inula viscosa is preferred by villagers over modern medications since it promotes faster wound healing.
Dry and rough skin
The powder from the dried Inula viscosa leaf is mixed with oil and applied externally to affected parts of the body.
Arthritis and rheumatism
About 200 grams of Inula viscosa leaves are boiled in
water for 5 minutes; filtered extract is poured into a bath full
of warm water in which the arthritic person immerses
himself for 30 minutes. For rheumatism, a powder made
from Inula viscosa’s dried leaves is mixed with olive oil and
applied on the affected area.
Treatment for hemorrhoids consists of steaming Inula viscosa leaves and sitting over the vapors. A paste is also prepared from ground leaves, mixed with olive oil and applied as a topical ointment.
Bronchitis and respiratory
The extract is added to boiling water and the tonic consumed.
High blood pressure
and diabetes
Inula viscosa leaves are boiled in water and the tonic is consumed.

Source : Poseidon Ocean Sciences, Inc.

Strong Antioxidant Properties And Anti-Aging

This plant has powerful anti-oxidant activity. It also has anti-aging properties.

Pain Relief

Not only will the Inula Viscosa plant help with inflamed areas and problem skin, it can also be used as part of your pain relief treatment. It has been used in the past as a relief for rheumatic pain and sore muscles.