The wolf’s claw, a wonder of a plant

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We are always in a hurry…yes, it is true that we live in the century of speed, but maybe we should remember the very wise saying Festina Lente, “Hurry up slowly!”, if we don’t want to lose all of life’s charm.

wolf’s claw

And in what health is concerned and the attention we give ourselves, we should think more when we choose the quick effects of modern medicines, not the cures that are old – yes! – but verified by generations and more generations! Nature does never give us up and the proof is the immense variety of solutions right at hand to solve more or less difficult problems. The wolf’s claw (Lat. Lycopodium clavatum) is a plant similar to the moss, always green, frequently used in homeopathy. It contains radium and has numerous curative characteristics. A homemade pillow filled with this dry plant is useful when it comes to treating muscular cramps and has a soothing effect. The wolf’s claw tincture is used against hair loss: by rubbing the hair roots with the solution, it helps regenerate the scalp. Externally, the mixes made of wolf’s claw are used for eczema, dermatitis, new born’s dermatitis, burnings, open wounds, rheumatism, lombosciatica, muscular cramps. For renal affections, the tincture is also recommended. As for liver problems, the infusion and macerated wolf’s claw should be used. People who want to quit smoking must know that the wolf’s claw is a friend indeed. The large amount of alkaloids contained by the plant reduces the need to smoke and, more than that, even provoke nausea when cigarette smoke is felt. A tea made of a spoonful of dry plant and water must be drunk half an hour before breakfast for at least two weeks. The habit must be kept after you have quit smoking in order to clean up the organism. Caution is needed if you have chronic diarrhea, entero colitis or fermentation colitis because it might cause irritation with intestinal spasms. It cannot be used during pregnancy and lactation.

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