This herb originates in Europe, North Africa and parts of Asia. Many use it for its health benefits and to try different Marshmallow Root recipes. Its taste is not very strong and its leaves are usually odourless.
Its formal name is Althea Officinalis and it was often associated to magic powers in popular folklore. It was thought to improve one’s beauty and attraction. For this reason, it was often used in love spells by ancient people.
There are many different uses for this amazing ingredient. Here is a list of popular marshmallow root recipes.
Marshmallow Root for Preparing Tea - This ingredient can be used to prepare a soothing tea with an earthy and grassy flavour and instantly feel like you are enjoying a pleasant day in the countryside. Marshmallow Root Tea is thought to have diuretic, anti-irritation and pain-relieving properties.
Try a Marshmallow Root Infusion - You can also use this ingredient to prepare long infusions. This is the best way to extract its polysaccharides and benefit from their healing qualities.
Homemade Honey Marshmallows - This is another popular use for this ingredient. You can make them in the comfort of your kitchen and are very easy to prepare for beginners as well.
Marshmallow Root Syrups - Many use them as an anti-cough solution because of Marshmallow Root’s high mucilaginous content. They are thought to be very relieving and are relatively easy to prepare.
Marshmallow Root in Body Lotions - This ingredient is often used for preparing soothing, protective, and moisturising body creams and lotions, alongside other ingredients such as Rose Petals, Jasmine Flower, Vanilla Musk.
Solaris Marshmallow Root is certified organic, meaning it's guaranteed to have grown on soils on which no prohibited substance was applied.
Try Different Marshmallow Root Recipes for Culinary and Cosmetic Uses and Enjoy Its Health-Boosting Properties.