Ledum (Labrador tea), Ledum groenlandicum, is an ericaceae widely distributed in North America and Canada, as well as for the beverage native to North America, which is made from them. It is a valuable source of ascorbic acid, with tonic, improving digestion and relaxing activity. However, this beverage should not be drunk more than once daily because of the ledol and grayanotoxin toxicity. The leaves and twigs were used in Native American traditional medicine to treat several inflammatory pathologies such as asthma, rheumatisms and burns.
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Ledum Organic Hydrolate
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