Roots of Marsh Mallow

ریشہ خطمی

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  • Used To treat Inflammation
  • Helpful In Treating Cuts, Scrapes, And Other Wounds
  • Anti-Inflammatory



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Marshmallow root/Resha Khatmi (ریشہ خطمی) or Althea Officinalis is native to Europe. It has been brought to America recently as a plant of medicinal uses. It thrives in an environment of dark and salty marshes. Marshmallow root has a long history dating back thousands of years as an herbal remedy for cough, sore throat and other respiratory problems such as bronchitis and whooping cough (pertussis). This is due to the large amounts of mucilage found in the flower as well as the root. This herb has shown to be helpful in almost all problems related to inflammation of the digestive tract; including peptic ulcers, hiatal hernias, mouth ulcers, enteritis and colitis.

External uses have shown to be very effective as well. Laboratory tests from the 1960’s concluded that marshmallow root has anti-inflammatory activity on the human tissue indicating that this herb could be helpful in treating cuts, scrapes, and other wounds, as well as a remedy for eczema, psoriasis and pinkeye.

  • English Name: Roots of Marsh Mallow
  • Urdu Name: ریشہ خطمی
  • Scientific Name:  Roots Of Althea Officinalis

Uses & Health Benefits:

  • Helpful In Almost All Problems
  • Helpful In Aiding The Irritation Of Teething Infants
  • Used To treat Inflammation
  • Helpful In Treating Cuts, Scrapes, And Other Wounds
  • Anti-Inflammatory
  • They are also used for dry cough, inflammation of the lining of the stomach, diarrhea, stomach ulcers, constipation, urinary tract inflammation, and stones in the urinary tract.


The information is for educational purposes only. This information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.
This information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

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50 gm, 100 gm, 250 gm, 500 gm


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