Wild Mallow

wilde malve

Malva sylvestris

Common mallow, cheeses, high mallow

Asia, South Europe

Asia, South and Central Europe

The wild mallow is native to southern European and Asian countries. Today it is found on slopes and roadsides all over the world. Its flowers grow in clusters and have a bright rose-purple color.

The mallow is one of the oldest medicinal plants in the world and has been valued as a remedy since antiquity. It was used for the treatment of insect bites and coughs.

The leaves and flowers of the wild mallow are full of anti-inflammatory ingredients with a moisturizing and soothing effect. In addition, the wild mallow supports the natural skin barrier.