Wild lettuce has been used for centuries as a natural, mildly sedating pain reliever. During the Victorian period, many called Wild Lettuce the "poor man's opium." It can also be used to help sleep disorders, pain relief, muscle aches and asthma.

Wild Lettuce (lactucarium) has a weaker effect than opium, but does not have the side effects. In some cases, better results were obtained with the curing treatment with lactucarium compared to opium.

The main active substances in lactucarium are lactupicrin, lactucine and lactucopicrin. Opium is not part of the wild lettuce compounds. However, it has numerous properties that are similar to it.

Due to its mild calming effect on the body, it works to calm anxiety and promote sleep. Wild lettuce calms and relaxes the body. The analgesic effects can replace chemical painkillers, without the dangerous side effects.

Wild lettuce can be used as a natural pain reliever for muscles and bone pain. Or as a natural treatment for asthma and coughs, the herb helps reduce throat irritation of the airways and lungs.


Wild lettuce naturally has a bitter taste. But if you make it into a tea and mix in a little honey, you can enjoy its many health benefits.

To make wild lettuce tea, pour a cup of boiling water on 1 teaspoon, about 0,5 - 1 gram of Wild Lettuce 50X Extract. Leave it on for 10-15 minutes and then drink it! Add some honey for a sweeter taste.


Not for sale to minors. Do not use in combination with alcohol or drugs. Wild Lettuce 50X Extract is not suitable for frequent use. Keep out of reach of children. Do not use during pregnancy.

Wild Lettuce 50X Extract affects responsiveness; do not participate in traffic and do not operate machinery. Do not use Wild Lettuce 50X Extract in combination with MAO inhibitors.


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