Rowan tree materials do not provide for immediate safe home remedies. Without careful use Rowan materials are likely to make us feel quite poorly. However, with direction from a professional herbalist material from the Rowan tree could be very useful for releasing toxins and improving the life flow through our bodies.

Of course, if your family have made Rowan jelly through generations by all means learn from them carefully, but I suggest never try making this direct from a book or video. Be shown how to make Rowan jelly by someone who is well practiced in the recipe, and even then get clearance from your physician if you are on blood thinning medications such as warfarin.

As with all natural remedies consumption of Rowan
should be guided by a qualified herbalist or physician.
This information here is for information purposes only,
and certainly not for prescription.

best use ...  

made into a jelly condiment for winter warming but needs care
and consumed with moderation by those on prescribed medications

qualities of Rowan are said to be ...

antiscorbutic - prevention and relief of vitamin C deficiency
astringent - reduces fluid loss, constricts tissues, such as stop bleeding
demulcent - soothing irritations and inflammations
diuretic - increases urination, useful when clearing toxins
expectorant - mucous breakdown and flow
febrifuge - lowers body temperature
hemostatic - stops bleeding, speeds up coagulation
vasodilator - expands, enlarges blood vessels
vulnerary - overall external wound healing

relationship to its myth word?  love  

People never make Rowan jelly for themselves but for events of sharing and celebration, especially at Christmas and Yule feasting, or at any time when there is warmth between people. So to me serving Rowan jelly is like saying, "I approach you in peace, with love",

toxicity? ...  as all plants have a nourishing level and toxic level

Consumption of any raw part of the Rowan should strictly be under guidance of a qualified herbalist. This is especially true with raw Rowan berries that include parasorbic acid, a compound that is said could be cancer causing at different levels with different people. So eating raw Rowan berries is not worth the risk, be content at enjoying the cooked Rowan jelly prepared by someone who 'knows'.

Fortunately, cooking the berries destroys this challenging acid and makes the berries safe for making and eating Rowan jelly, because of the small quantity most humans consume. This is still subject to medications you may be taking,

People with high blood pressure, on blood thinner medicines, and victims of strokes, should all consume cooked Rowan berry items with extreme moderation.

Everyone should, never, never and consume any raw Rowan material due to the harmful vasodilator properties within all parts of the tree.

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