Rich in mucilages. Soothing, softening. Regulates intestinal activity.
The flowers and leaves in particular of the common mallow are rich in mucilages, which give the plant softening and soothing properties for all soft tissues. These components provide mucous membranes with a viscous layer that protects them from irritants. This is why common mallow is recommended for hydrating and protecting the colon and small intestine, and for regulating their function. Also excellent in managing gingivitis. How to use: can be used as decoction or infusion. Decoction: take 10 g of flowers and fresh leaves and simmer in 250 ml of water for 10 minutes. Infusion: brew 2 teaspoonfuls of leaves and dry flowers in a cup of boiling water for 10 minutes. Add 125 ml to meals 2 times a day until symptoms improve.
For all types of dog.