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There pilosella it's a perennial herbaceous plant, widely spread both in Europe and in much of Asia, characterized by a series of beneficial properties particularly important.
Yellow flower covered with a whitish down, with scientific name of Hieracium pilosella, belongs to the Asteraceae family (Compositae), and has been known since ancient times in many areas of the world, offering numerous advantages not only from an aesthetic point of view, but also from an organic point of view.
It is also for this reason that the pilosella it is an integral component of many products easily found on the market: think of capsules, at bars, ai granules or, depending on the uses, also in the form of tincture and as a component of herbal teas is supplements.
But what is the pilosella for? What are its main effective properties? And are there any contraindications that should be known and taken into consideration?
Properties of the pilosella
The properties of this plant, also commonly known as "mouse ear" or "cat's tongue", are numerous. Many people credit it as possessing property anti-inflammatory is diuretic, but in reality the declinations of this plant are much more numerous and varied.
Also known in phytotherapy, the pilosella seems, for example, to be a good ally to alleviate and combat disorders related to the respiratory system, and in particular cough, bronchitis and asthma.
It can also be also used at the level epidermal, promoting the healing of wounds and skin lesions. Its renowned diuretic function, on the other hand, makes it particularly useful for the urinary system, if taken in specific herbal teas.
About herbal teas, pilosella-based drinks promote diuresis and the elimination of waste, toxins and excess fluids. The pilosella also fights the water retention and it is a natural remedy for preventing kidney stones. Additionally, it also appears to aid in liver detoxification by facilitating the secretion and outflow of bile from the liver to the gallbladder.
The aesthetic advantages of the pilosella
Even if the summer is coming to its final part, it should still be remembered that i benefits of the pilosella are so varied that they also boast a good helping hand in the fight against cellulite, against orange peel and against the feared pads on the thighs, which every woman tries to contain and eradicate just in view of the summer, when the one's body tends to be put on display.
The pilosella acts as a kind of natural draining, which can counteract swelling, especially in the lower limbs. Water retention, that is the stagnation of liquids in the body, is often localized in areas of the body predisposed to the accumulation of fats such as the buttocks, thighs and abdomen, and it is precisely for this reason that the pilosella is often credited with potential anti-cellulite.
It is good to remember, at this juncture, that although at an aesthetic level cellulite can be considered a "nuisance" and an unpleasant aspect to one's sight, what matters most is that, in reality, it is a rather common "spy". which often signals a poor and unhealthy lifestyle.
So, it's just a healthy and balanced diet, together with sufficient hydration and constant physical activity, to constitute the primary mix to prevent or combat cellulite (by the way, we recently dealt with how to eliminate cellulite, take a look !.
The pilosella must therefore be understood as adjuvant in diets to lose weight and for find your own state of form, a sort of detoxifying supplement, thanks to the chlorogenic acid contained in it, which can act as an "aid" for the elimination of cellulite, but certainly cannot be indicated as a miraculous remedy!
So far we have pleasantly talked about the pilosella in positive terms, recalling some of its many advantages, and the characteristics that have made this plant a panacea for many health conditions.
In reality, however, it is also good to highlight the other side of the coin. Like any natural element, in fact, even the pilosella can cause allergies, especially in sensitive individuals who have already developed a reaction to plants belonging to the same family, such as chrysanthemums, daisies or ragweed. It can also promote interactions with other drugs.
In addition to this, we underline that the intake of pilosella is strongly not recommended during pregnancy and lactation: in these delicate situations of one's life it is in fact necessary, as always, to be followed by a doctor in the correct and balanced intake of every product, even natural, such as i derivatives of pilosella.
In short, the fact that this plant can be easily purchased in various derivative forms in herbal medicine and parapharmacy (as well as, of course, in pharmacies), should not let you understand that it can be taken without worrying about its harmful potential. Even if adverse cases are quite rare, before introducing pilosella-based products into your daily habit, it could therefore be a relief to proceed with a good sharing with your doctor.