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In herbal medicine systems in South America, matico is quite well known and respected for wound healing as well a numerous other conditions. It is widely used as a remedy for all types of digestive disorders such as stomachaches, vomiting, dyspepsia, diarrhea, gastric ulcers, intestinal gas and even stomach cancer. It is also considered an excellent genitourinary tonic and used for kidney stones, urinary tract infections, cystitis, urethritis, leucorrhea, vaginitis, and various venereal diseases such as gonorrhea and trichomonas. In addition, it is also employed for various upper respiratory conditions such as bronchitis, pulmonary hemorrhages, pleurisy, pneumonia, colds and flu, and tonsilitis and sore throats. The Spanish name, matico, comes from a South American legend. The plant was supposedly discovered by a wounded Spanish soldier named Matico. He learned (probably from the Indians) that applying the leaves to his wounds stopped them from bleeding, and it began to be called “matico” or “soldier’s herb or tree.” In was introduced into the profession of medicine in the United States and Europe by a Liverpool physician in 1839 as a styptic and astringent for wounds. Early medical texts in the U.S. include matico as it appeared in the United States Pharmacopoeia in the early nineteenth century.
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Matico/ 60 cps.

widely used as a remedy for all types of digestive disorders

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In herbal medicine systems in South America, matico is quite well known and respected for wound healing as well a numerous other conditions. It is widely used as a remedy for all types of digestive disorders such as stomachaches, vomiting, dyspepsia, diarrhea, gastric ulcers, intestinal gas and even stomach cancer. It is also considered an excellent genitourinary tonic and used for kidney stones, urinary tract infections, cystitis, urethritis, leucorrhea, vaginitis, and various venereal diseases such as gonorrhea and trichomonas. In addition, it is also employed for various upper respiratory conditions such as bronchitis, pulmonary hemorrhages, pleurisy, pneumonia, colds and flu, and tonsilitis and sore throats.

The Spanish name, matico, comes from a South American legend. The plant was supposedly discovered by a wounded Spanish soldier named Matico. He learned (probably from the Indians) that applying the leaves to his wounds stopped them from bleeding, and it began to be called “matico” or “soldier’s herb or tree.” In was introduced into the profession of medicine in the United States and Europe by a Liverpool physician in 1839 as a styptic and astringent for wounds. Early medical texts in the U.S. include matico as it appeared in the United States Pharmacopoeia in the early nineteenth century.

Good for stomachaches, vomiting, dyspepsia, diarrhea, gastric ulcers, and intestinal gases.

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MATICO/60 Caps.

En los sistemas de medicina herbolaria en América del Sur, Matico es una hierba muy conocida y respetada por sus beneficios en la curación de heridas. Además; es ampliamente utilizado como un remedio para todo tipo de trastornos digestivos; tales como: dolores de estómago, vómitos, dispepsia, diarrea, úlceras gástricas, gases intestinales y hasta cáncer de estómago**. También se considera un tónico excelente genitourinario y se utiliza para los cálculos renales, infecciones del tracto urinario, cistitis, uretritis.

El nombre Matico, proviene de una leyenda de América del Sur, donde la planta fue descubierta supuestamente por un soldado herido de España llamado Matico. Probablemente aprendió de los indios que al aplicar las hojas sobre sus heridas, estas dejaban de sangrar, y comenzó a ser llamado "matico" o "hierba del soldado”. Esta hierba (Matico) se introdujo en la profesión de la medicina en los Estados Unidos y Europa por un médico de Liverpool en 1839 como hemostático y astringente para las heridas. Los primeros textos médicos en los EE.UU. incluyen matico en la Farmacopea de los Estados Unidos en el siglo XIX.

DOSIS RECOMENDADA: Tomar 2 tabletas por día; una (1) después del almuerzo y una (1) después de la cena.

Aviso legal: * Estas declaraciones no han sido evaluadas por la FDA. Este producto no está destinado a diagnosticar, tratar, curar o prevenir ninguna enfermedad.

Every capsule of Matico contains 500 mg of pure matico extract

Suggested Use: as a dietary supplement, take one capsule, three times a day; after meals.

DOSIS RECOMENDADA: Tomar 2 tabletas por día; una (1) después del almuerzo y una (1) después de la cena.

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