Chajarat Mariam, whose botanical name is Anastatica hierochuntica, is a natural plant with many medicinal virtues. Primarily used by women to stimulate fertility, it can also be used by men. It's also known as Rose of Jericho, but don't be fooled: it's more like a dried plant than a rose. This name can lead to confusion. It is often confused with the " false Rose of Jericho ", whose botanical name is " Selaginella lepidophylla ". As well as being grown in a different place, they don't have the same benefits.
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Chajarat Mariam, whose botanical name is Anastatica hierochuntica, is a natural plant with many medicinal virtues. Mainly used by women to stimulate fertility, it can also be used by men. It's also known as Rose of Jericho, but don't be fooled: it's more like a dried plant than a rose. This name can lead to confusion. It is often confused with the " false Rose of Jericho ", whose botanical name is " Selaginella lepidophylla ". As well as being grown in a different place, they don't have the same benefits.
Chajarat Mariam: what is it?
The Rose of Jericho grows mainly in the deserts of pre-Saharan North Africa, the Sahara and the Middle East. This small, dry plant, with its twiggy stem, is covered with oblong leaves and spikes of white flowers. It is harvested when its seeds reach maturity. At this point, Chajarat Mariam dehydrates and curls up. Its visual appearance changes to that of an inert beige or brown plant. It is in this form that all its benefits can be enjoyed. Chajarat Mariam 's impressive characteristic is its ability tobe reborn. Indeed, when moistened, it returns to its original form. It rehydrates, its roots recover and its leaves and flowers are born again. Some people believe that this incredible ability is intimately linked to the plant's virtues.
The benefits of Rose of Jericho
This dry plant has been used by women for millennia in natural medicine to help them getpregnant. But Chajarat Mariam has manyother therapeutic virtues. Miel impérial invites you to discover this little-known plant.
Your fertility ally
The best-known virtue of this plant is its action on fertility. For thousands of years, it has been used by women in Arab and Maghreb countries. They use it to stimulate their fertility and help them get pregnant. Its ability to combatinfertility is also effective in men. This makes it an essential plant for couples wishing to conceive. It is also known to dilate the cervix for labor. This facilitateschildbirth. But be careful: if you want to use Chajarat Mariam for this purpose, start the treatment in the last month of pregnancy. After consulting your doctor.
The plant for diabetes and hypertension
This plant is an interesting natural alternative for diabetics. Its hypoglycemic properties help lower blood glucose levels. This helps diabetics to regulate their blood sugar levels, which are often too high. Lower blood sugar levels enable sufferers to regain energy. Regulating blood sugar levels also has an effect on the liver, and has been shown to have a beneficial effect onhigh blood pressure. This disease is induced by several factors, including obesity. Obesity is caused by high blood sugar levels, which place excessive demands on the liver. The hypoglycemic properties of Rose of Jericho therefore act onarterial hypertension.
Effective against conjunctivitis
Conjunctivitis is a rather unpleasant eye ailment, but generally not serious. However, repeated bouts can have serious repercussions. Indeed, if left untreated, chronic conjunctivitis can lead to reduced visual acuity. Chajarat Mariam is a natural treatment for this condition. Diuretic effects Chajarat Mariam stimulates kidney function, eliminatingwater retentionthrough the urine. Its depurative function eliminates toxins accumulated in the body. It is therefore ideal for people suffering from urinary disorders. A hepatotropic plant Hepatotropic plants protect the liver from attack, disease and infection. Rose of Jericho can be used as a natural liver medication, or as a preventive treatment.
Chajarat Mariam, and your cycles say thank you
Chajarat Mariam is useful for regulating the menstrual cycle. It relieves pain associated with premenstrual syndrome and menstruation. It also combats menopausal disorders, as does djeka leaf, which can be found here.
How to use this natural plant
Chajarat Mariam can be used as a hot or cold infusion, or as a decoction. At Miel impérial, we share our recipes with you, so that you can enjoy all the benefits of this plant. This natural plant is still powerful. We recommend that you start your treatment with small quantities of Chajarat Mariam. If you don't have an allergic reaction, and if you can tolerate the plant, you can gradually increase the dose.
Hot infusion of chajarat mariam
- Place a bowlful of water in a saucepan
- Bring to the boil
- Remove from heat and allow to cool to around 40°C
- Add a few sprigs of Chajarat Mariam and leave to infuse
- Strain and consume hot
For diabetics, we advise you not to sweeten your infusion. For benefits other than fertility, consume your infusion in the morning on an empty stomach. If you want to boost your fertility: we recommend you drink the infusion from the 3rd day of your menstrual cycle. Do not exceed 3 consecutive cycles.
Cold infusion of jericho rose
This method allows the plant to be reused in its entirety. Using this method, Chajarat Mariam can be reused onlyonce.
- Place the rose in a large bowl of water and leave to open for several hours
- Remove the plant after it has opened completely
- Leave to dry on absorbent paper for 2 to 3 weeks
For diabetics, we advise you not to sweeten your infusion. At this stage, you can enjoy the infusion cold, but if you prefer hot, follow the steps below:
- Heat your infusion to no more than 40° C
- Enjoy hot
Cold infusion is enjoyed in the same way as hot infusion. Please refer to this section. Decoction Decoction is the best method for diabetics.
- Put a bowl's worth of water in a saucepan
- Add Chajarat Mariam, whole, to your water
- Heat and remove from heat when water begins to simmer
- Leave to stand for ten minutes
- Filter your decoction