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How to relieve fever with natural products

How to relieve fever with natural products How to relieve fever with natural products

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The bark of the White Willow (Salix Alba L) is the natural remedy that will help us relieve fever without the use of medicines. Keep reading


Respiratory viruses have resurfaced this winter. These last 3 years we were protected from them because we used masks, we cleaned our hands more often, even with hydroalcoholic gels, we ventilated the rooms; all of this had produced a barrier against colds, flu, monkeypox, bronchiolitis, and now Mycoplasma pneumoniae (pneumonia). All these viruses come together with SARS-CoV (COVID) for which we are still fighting today.

To all this we can add the lack of medicines in all pharmacies and hospitals throughout Europe.

One of the symptoms of respiratory diseases such as colds, flu, bronchiolitis and Mycoplasma pneumoniae, is fever, headache, cough, runny nose, sore throat,...

How can we relieve fever with natural products?

One of the components that is already used since Hippocrates (5th century BC), is acetylsalicylic acid. This component is present in different plants, such as Spiraea ulmaria, but they irritated the digestive system. Acetylsalicylic acid from the bark of the White Willow (or in its scientific name Salix Alba L) was more tolerated by the digestive system and it was this that was finally applied successfully in our society.

Apart from lowering fever, it has also been used in the past to reduce pain and reduce inflammation. It is used in mild rheumatic conditions and mild pain, such as headache and menstrual pain.

The White Willow - Salix Alba L is a tree of the Salicaceae family. You can find all the necessary information regarding the White Willow (Salix Alba L) on Wikipedia.


What dose of White Willow (Salix Alba L) is recommended?

  • Take 1 to 2 capsules a day during or immediately after meals.
  • Do not exceed the recommended daily dose


How to prepare an infusion of White Willow (Salix Alba L)?

  • Cooking 1 to 3 grams per 150 ml of water, for 15 minutes.
  • It can also be prepared with 20 g of crushed bark per 1 liter of water and divide the resulting liquid into 3 doses a day. In this case, it should not be allowed to boil when it is heated to be taken in successive doses.


Contraindications, adverse effects and recommendations of the White Willow (Salix Alba L)

  • Willow preparations are contraindicated in those who are allergic to acetylsalicylic acid or salicylates.
  • It is not recommended in children when they have viral illnesses (colds, flu, chickenpox, etc. due to the possibility that they may develop Reye's syndrome).
  • The side effects described are mild and refer to gastrointestinal disorders.

Salix alba extracto - Bonusan

Corteza Sauce Salix Alba L. 80 g Trociscos - EL NATURALISTA

Among all the products, we would like to highlight the Salix alba extract, from the Bonusan laboratory and the Willow Bark Salix Alba L. from the El Naturalista laboratory.

At the end of this page you will find products and laboratories related to White Willow (Salix Alba L) among others.


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