Medicinal properties of medicinal dandelion


"Roadside dandelion
Was like the golden sun
But it faded and became like
Fluffy white smoke ... "

Vladimir Stepanov

There is probably not a single person who does not see and does not know what it is dandelion, also called dandelion medicinal (Taraxacum officinale)... This perennial plant up to 30-40 cm high belongs to the Astrovye family.

You can meet a dandelion in our country almost everywhere, except for the Far North and desert regions. It grows in meadows, pastures, roadsides, on forest edges, in ravines, near people's homes and in vegetable gardens.

Gardeners and gardeners, and all agricultural workers consider the dandelion to be a weed plant that populates crops of cultivated plants, especially in pastures - at the beginning of summer it seems that it was specially sown there - in the eyes it is dazzled by a multitude of bright yellow flowers. Attempts to remove the dandelion from the site with your hands do not lead to success - the rosette of leaves with flowers remains in your hands, but the root breaks off with a crunch. This means that after a while a sun flower will appear in this place again. Everything is explained by the fact that the root of the dandelion is pivotal and quite long - half a meter or more.


In spring, a rosette of succulent oblong-lanceolate leaves first appears on the surface of the earth, and then the plant drives up its peduncle, hollow inside, at the end of which a basket is formed up to five centimeters in diameter with bright yellow flowers opening to the sun.

Dandelions bloom in May-June, at this time bees and bumblebees hover over the flowers in abundance. After pollination and the end of flowering, the dandelion turns from a yellow flower into a fluffy ball, which is formed from many achenes with a bunch of fine hairs.

They are not very firmly attached to the receptacle, and therefore, after ripening, they are easily torn off by a gust of wind and carried around. There are a lot of seeds in each such ball, and therefore the dandelion spreads quite easily and quickly. Gardeners on their site mowed dandelions, did not allow them to form seeds, and the wind brought them from a neighboring garden. Therefore, there is never a shortage of this beautiful, light plant.


Dandelions have one peculiarity. All parts of it are saturated with bitter milky juice. Anyone who tries to chew a leaf, green flower stalk or root can be convinced of this. But experienced gardeners are not discouraged by this bitterness, they know that young dandelion leaves and its inflorescences are useful in spring, they are saturated with vitamins C, A, B2, E, PP, other substances necessary for the body, and therefore they collect young leaves, soak them for half an hour in three percent a solution of table salt at room temperature and used in vitamin salads.

The rich chemical composition of this plant also explains its other use - medicinal, and it is no coincidence that it has such a name - medicinal dandelion.

Dandelion roots contain triterpene compounds, sterols, choline, nicotinic acid, nicotinamide, rubber, resins, wax, inulin, organic acids (oleanolic, linoleic, palmitic) and other substances.

Dandelion leaves and inflorescences, in addition to the vitamins mentioned above, contain choline, saponins, salts of manganese, iron, calcium, phosphorus.

Dandelion is a medicinal plant that contains bitterness. Its preparations are used to stimulate appetite and improve digestion.

Biologically active substances of medicinal dandelion also have choleretic, diuretic, antispasmodic, laxative properties.

That is why dandelion preparations or its fresh roots are used in scientific medicine to stimulate appetite, improve the secretory and motor activity of the stomach and intestines, increase bile secretion and secretion of the digestive glands.

In pharmacies, dry roots of medicinal dandelion packaged in 50 g are sold. With their help, doctors recommend preparing and taking medicinal decoctions.

Dandelion decoction

To obtain it, you need to take 10 g (1 tablespoon) of dry raw materials, place it in an enamel bowl and pour 200 ml (1 glass) of hot boiled water. Then close the dish with a lid and heat in a boiling water bath with frequent stirring for 15 minutes. Cool the broth at room temperature for 45 minutes. Then the liquid is filtered, the remaining raw materials are squeezed out. The volume of the resulting broth is brought to the original (200 ml) with boiled water. This broth can be stored in a cool place for no more than two days.

It is recommended to take the broth inside in a warm form - 50-70 ml (1/3 cup) 3-4 times a day 15 minutes before meals.

This herbal remedy has a choleretic and sokogonny effect (bitterness), increases appetite.

In folk medicine, the range of application of medicinal dandelion preparations is much wider. In it, the whole dandelion plant is harvested and used for medicinal purposes. Leaves and flowers are stored during flowering, and roots are dug up in autumn and early spring.

The aerial part of the dandelion is dried in a thin layer in the shade under awnings, in ventilated attics, from time to time the raw material is turned over so that it does not become moldy.

After digging, the roots wither a little, shake off the adhering earth, and then send them to dryers with a temperature not higher than 50 ° C. The dried roots can be stored in a cool dry place for up to five years.

Traditional healers recommend using dandelion for the treatment of hepatitis, cholecystitis, cholelithiasis, jaundice, gastritis, colitis, cystitis, for constipation, flatulence, and also as an antihelminthic agent.

Fresh leaves and juice from the leaves are used to treat atherosclerosis, skin diseases, vitamin deficiency, anemia.

Dandelion juice

It is prepared in early spring when the leaves of this plant are especially juicy and green. They are collected away from roads and industrial enterprises, washed thoroughly in water, shaken off moisture, then chopped with a knife. Place the chopped leaves in a colander and scald with boiling water. After that, the softened leaves are charged into a meat grinder and passed through it. From the resulting mass, squeeze the juice thoroughly through cheesecloth.

Then the squeezed juice is diluted with the same amount of cold boiled water and put on fire. After boiling, keep on low heat for 2-3 minutes. Take 1-2 tablespoons of chilled juice three times a day 20 minutes before meals. The resulting juice can be stored in a cold place for no more than 2-3 days.

It is used as a choleretic agent for diseases of the liver and gallbladder. It also has properties that strengthen the body. This juice is also useful for inflammation of the stomach with low acidity. It is also used as a mild laxative for chronic constipation.

Dandelion infusion or tea

To prepare it, you need to take one teaspoon of crushed dry dandelion roots and pour them with a glass of boiling water (200 ml). Insist until the liquid cools down, then strain it. Take this infusion three times a day half an hour before meals for a quarter of a glass. It stimulates urination, helps the body cleanse itself of toxins in the liver, kidneys, and bladder. Infusion helps in the absence of appetite, and also reduces blood cholesterol. Dandelion tea is also used as a natural laxative.

Dandelion root decoction

To prepare such a decoction, you need to take five tablespoons of dandelion roots and pour them in a saucepan with one liter of boiling water. Put the saucepan on the fire, bring the liquid to a boil and simmer under a lid over low heat for twenty minutes. Then cool the broth and strain. Take it warm three times a day one hour before meals, half a glass. It is an effective choleretic agent. It is also used for gastritis, jaundice, and also for insomnia.

Many useful properties have dandelion jam. It is popularly called honey, because when finished, it really resembles in color and consistency liquid, for example, spring flower honey.

Dandelion honey

To prepare it you need: collect 300 g of flower baskets of dandelions, take two glasses of water, one

lemon

, one kilogram of sugar.

Separate the dandelion flowers from the stalks and green rosettes, rinse the flowers thoroughly and dry on a towel. After that, place 300 of these flowers in a saucepan and pour half of water (1 glass), put on fire. Bring to a boil and simmer for three minutes.

In the resulting broth add lemon, peeled and chopped into small pieces. Infuse the broth for a third of the day (night).

Then boil the syrup from the remaining water and sugar. Thoroughly strain the infusion of dandelion and lemon flowers, squeeze the flowers and lemon and pour the liquid into the sugar syrup. Put the pan on the fire, bring to a boil and simmer for half an hour. Pour ready honey - amber thick liquid into sterilized jars and roll up.

Dandelion honey is very tasty and useful for adults and children, because it contains many biologically active substances. Honey is recommended to be taken for the prevention of colds, bronchitis, to strengthen the immune system. It is necessary to take it for this purpose, two tablespoons, washed down with water. It will help to strengthen the body at the onset of a flu epidemic.

Dandelion honey is also considered a medicine for the liver. It cleanses the blood, restores liver cells, frees it from accumulated toxins and toxins. To cleanse the liver, it is recommended to take this honey on an empty stomach one tablespoon at a time, dissolving in a glass of green tea or milk thistle tea.

Contraindications

Reception of medicinal dandelion preparations is contraindicated in hyperacid gastritis, gastric ulcer and duodenal ulcer with increased acidity of gastric juice, as well as with a person's predisposition to diarrhea.

Anatoly Petrov

Photo by E. Valentinov


The healing properties of dandelion flowers: use in traditional medicine

Collecting dandelion flowers is advised in April and May. Away from roads, highways, dumps of industrial zones, fields of rural areas, which are treated with various chemicals and poisons. After harvesting, flowers are dried outdoors in the shade, or in rooms with good ventilation. Stir them a couple of times a day.

Why are dandelion flowers useful?

The beneficial composition of dandelion flowers helps to cure many diseases, as well as rich in many substances useful for the human body: niacin, saponins, choline, thiamine, calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, iron, etc.

In folk medicine, decoctions from dandelion flowers are used for liver diseases, hemorrhoids, jaundice and insomnia. And the juice helps to get rid of annoying freckles, age spots and warts.

Syrups, tinctures, preserves, dandelion honey are included in the diet of not only sick people, but also quite healthy ones.

Dandelion flowers in folk medicine

Alcohol tincture.

Alcohol tincture contains all the nutrients in full. To prepare an alcoholic tincture, we need: 50 grams of freshly picked dandelion flowers, ½ liter of vodka. Rinse flowers in cold water and dry. Then place them in a transparent bowl and pour the vodka. Close the container with a lid, put in a dark place for a couple of weeks. During these days, you need to shake the tincture periodically. After that, strain the dandelion infusion and store in an unlit and not hot place.

The tincture helps to defeat ailments associated with gout disease, rheumatism, osteochondrosis. And also advise to use the tincture for colds, pain in the joints and muscles of the body, cramps.

Method of use - rubbing, compresses. When rubbing - grind the tincture to "warmth" and burning of the skin, then cover with a cloth on top. With compresses - soak a cloth or gauze in tincture and apply to a bruised, sore spot.

Dandelion flower decoction.

The broth is applied internally in the case of:

  • Insomnia
  • Increase in blood pressure
  • Respiratory tract disease
  • Bloating
  • Chronic body fatigue
  • Exhaustion and overwork of the body, etc.

Recipe number 1. Take equal quantities of fresh and dried dandelions (preferably 10 pieces each), pour boiling water (200 ml.). Keep in a water bath for about 15 minutes. Then strain the cooled broth. Consume a day - a tablespoon 3 or 4 times.

Recipe number 2. Ingredients: 20 g of dandelion flowers and herbs, boiling water - 2 cups. Pour boiling water over dandelion flowers and grass, and cook over low heat for 10 minutes. Then let it brew for half an hour and filter. Take a quarter cup after each meal.

Recipe number 3. 10 g of dandelions pour 200 ml. boiling water. Boil for 15 minutes. After 20-30 minutes, filter the broth. Drink the broth 3 times a day, 1 tablespoon.

  • Burns (sunburn, thermal)
  • Different insect bites
  • Cuts
  • Bruises, etc.

It is easy to prepare the ointment: for this 20 pcs. chop the flowers, add a medium finely chopped onion to the mixture and mix thoroughly. Pour the mass into 1 tbsp. vegetable oil. Cook over low heat for a quarter of an hour. Strain the cooled mixture several times through cheesecloth. Store the ointment in a refrigerator or cool place.

Method of use - lubricate the affected areas several times a day.

Jam.

Healing dandelion flower jam will serve as a universal remedy for adults and children.

For jam you need 200 pcs. rinse dandelions in cold water and dry. Then fill them with 400 ml. water, cover and bring to a boil. Leave on the fire for another 10 minutes, and then put the broth for a day to infuse. Then add 800 g of sugar to the broth and repeat the procedure (bring to a boil, leave to boil for 10 minutes over low heat). Pour hot jam into jars and roll up the lids.

It is very useful to use dandelion jam as a preventive measure with tea, as well as ½ tbsp. spoons on an empty stomach as therapeutic goals:

  • Reduces blood pressure
  • Improves immunity
  • Normalizes stomach function
  • Helps to improve the functioning of the urinary system, cleanses bile
  • Cleans the body of harmful substances.

Dandelion flower extract.

Put fresh dandelion flowers in layers with sugar in a three-liter glass jar: up to 4 cm. Layer of dandelions, up to 3 cm. Sugar, up to 4 cm. Layer of dandelions, up to 3 cm. Layer of sugar, etc. up to half a can. Then tamp the contents of the jar using a stick or rolling pin, adding half a glass of water. Then continue filling the jar with layers. And once again, tamp everything down.

Consolidating the mixture, a brownish juice is released. The taste is pleasant, slightly bitter, reminiscent of burnt sugar. This juice should be consumed in the diet for tea, up to 4 times a day for a teaspoon.

  • Raise vitality
  • Increase appetite
  • To relieve tiredness, fatigue.

This product is easier to prepare. To do this, we need to collect a liter jar with dandelion flowers. Put them in a container and pour 3.5 liters. boiling water. Leave to infuse for 24 hours. Strain the dandelions the next day. Add to the liquid: kg. sugar dissolved in water, 2 tsp. citric acid, 2-3 pcs. raisins. Put in a warm place for a couple of days to ferment.

After that, the mixture must be filtered and poured into a large container (bottle), without adding about ¼ to the edge. Close the bottle with a fermentation stopper or use a medical glove with a hole on the finger

Dandelion wine will be ready in a month, at the end of the fermentation process. It tastes like champagne, with preserved medicinal properties.

Syrup.

For a medicinal syrup, pour four handfuls of dandelion flowers with water. Boil and wrap in a warm blanket, leave overnight. The next day, drain and strain the infusion.Then add granulated sugar and cook over low heat until syrup (not too thick and not too thin).

Method of application - one hour before meals, a tablespoon three times a day.

Honey is used for colds and for the regulation of digestion in the body.

For honey, you need the following ingredients: 200 g of dandelion flowers, one and a half liters of boiling water, 2 small lemons, one and a half kilograms of sugar. Rinse the flowers and pour boiling water over them. Close the container tightly and leave for 24 hours. The next morning, drain the water, squeeze the flowers. Add lemon juice and sugar to the liquid. Cook over low heat until thickened. Pour the still warm syrup into jars without sterilization. Store the syrup in a dark and cool place. Add to tea.

Dandelion flowers contraindications

It is not recommended to take dandelion flowers internally if you have:

  • Gastritis
  • Ulcer
  • Blockage (blockage) of the biliary tract
  • Diarrhea tendency
  • Increased acidity of the stomach
  • Allergic reaction to the plant

It is also recommended to limit the use of dandelion flowers for pregnant women during breastfeeding.

Syrups, decoctions are prohibited for people suffering from indigestion. Dandelion flowers have the ability to induce a gag reflex and loose stools in humans.


How grass is used in cosmetology

Decoctions and infusions from herbal raw materials have found application in the field of cosmetology. Dandelion cleanses the skin of acne, breakouts and redness, improves its color, gives tone and elasticity. Thanks to its powerful regenerating properties, the field plant rejuvenates the skin, reduces the depth and severity of wrinkles.

Juicing won't take long. Rinse fresh leaves well, chop finely and chop with a blender, squeeze the juice from the resulting gruel. It is an effective remedy for combating acne and age spots.

Dandelion root lotions are used to combat fungal infections of the nails and feet. Its tonic and regenerating properties have made dandelion widely used in home hair care.


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Dandelion medicinal properties and contraindications

It is spring now, the month of May, and it’s in the midst of the flowering of this plant, and we prepare a healthy drink from it almost every morning, so watch in the video and also read below where you need to collect dandelion flowers filled with honey aroma and bright sun it is better to do this at the time, as well as how to collect, so that the cocktail does not contain the bitterness inherent in this plant.

In general, dandelion is a fantastic medicinal plant for human health!

They use leaves, flowers, and roots, drink juice and make decoctions, you can talk a lot about this, but I will think about all this a little later, so do not forget to subscribe to the news, but here, I will only touch on that benefit, which his flowers carry, since they are used in the recipe.

Dandelion medicinal properties

Dandelion flowers contain a lot of minerals, vitamins and acids necessary for our body. Let's see what exactly and how much will be in 100 grams of this “product”.

  • Potassium - 397 mg
  • Calcium - 187 mg
  • Magnesium - 36 mg
  • Sodium - 76 mg
  • Phosphorus - 66 mg
  • Iron - 3.1 mg
  • Manganese - 0.34 mg
  • Copper - 0.17 mcg
  • Selenium - 0.5 mcg
  • Zinc - 0.41 mg.

  • A, RE - 508 mcg
  • Beta carotene - 5854 mg
  • B1 - 0.19 mg
  • B2 - 0.36 mg
  • B4 - 35.3 mg
  • B5 - 0.08 mg
  • B6 - 0.25 mg
  • B9 - 27 mcg
  • C - 35 mg
  • E - 3.44 mcg
  • K - 778.4 mcg
  • PP, NE - 0.81 mg.

Fatty acid:

  • Saturated - 0.01 g
  • Unsaturated - 0.17 g.

Organic acids:

  • Linoleic
  • Oleinovaya
  • Palmitic
  • Cerotinic, etc.

In addition, the composition contains tannins and essential oils, bitterness and resins that are useful to our body.

I think we figured out the content, the medicinal properties of the dandelion have become on the surface, let's say, in plain sight), so now let's see how the dandelion inflorescence helps to maintain and improve health.

Dandelion benefits and uses

Due to their rich vitamin and mineral composition, these flowers strengthen the immune system, helping the body to resist various infections, and in case of a cold, relieve the condition of the sick person, working as an antipyretic and expectorant agent.

Pay attention once again to the list of vitamins, and you will see that in its flowers dandelion has a substantial amount of beta-carotene, which has a very positive effect on the condition of hair, nails and skin.

Also, this vitamin is essential if you want to have good vision and a healthy retina, and in old age to reduce the risk of developing diseases such as glaucoma, cataracts and other "visual" troubles.

And the pigment lutein, which gives a yellow color to flowers, plays an important role in maintaining the health of the eyes, maintaining visual acuity and the purity of the lenses.

They have a beneficial effect on the condition of the gastrointestinal tract, as they contain fiber, which helps to improve metabolism and improves peristalsis!

This means that there will be no constipation and toxins will be removed from the body in a timely manner (I think this is very good), and dandelion also prevents gas formation and soothes stomach pains.

The presence of useful bitterness in this plant is very disliked by various parasites, therefore, another useful property is the successful fight against these unwanted roommates in our body.

They contain inulin, which will help lower blood sugar levels and cope with diabetes to some extent.

They help in the presence of joint problems, improving the regeneration of cartilage tissue, acting as a chondroprotector, and also, having an analgesic effect, relieve the condition of people suffering from joint diseases.

For example, for the treatment of sore joints with arthritis and polyarthritis, it is recommended to eat 10 flowers daily, chewing thoroughly, and if the disease is chronic, then the flowers must be prepared in advance, dried and in winter, steamed them with boiling water, eat 1 tablespoon a day, in the morning on an empty stomach ...

And for pain in the joints, use a tincture of flowers on a triple cologne, which gives a persistent anesthetic effect, only with the resulting tincture, you need to rub the joints, and not take it inside :)

Collect dandelion heads during flowering, put them tightly in a jar, pour this triple perfume, leave for 10-12 days, filter and use if necessary.

They treat and cleanse the liver, help its work, remove toxins and heavy metals.

They have a choleretic effect, which means that bile will not stagnate and therefore the risk of developing gallbladder diseases is reduced.

Strengthening the outflow of bile helps relieve inflammation and soreness in the liver. Dandelion also helps to remove small stones from the gallbladder.

They have a diuretic effect, which contributes to the correct water exchange in the body, therefore, there will be no edema.

They protect the urinary tract from the multiplication of microbes, performing prophylaxis against infections of the genitourinary system.

Strengthen the heart and blood vessels, cleanse them of excess cholesterol and toxins, preventing the development of cardiovascular diseases.

Dandelion flowers will be useful for those who suffer from high blood pressure, they help to reduce it and bring it back to normal.

A large amount of antioxidants in flowers help prevent the development of cancer.

They have a moderate tonic effect, invigorate, but at the same time they do not overexcite the nervous system, but put the nerves in order, soothe, therefore, with insomnia, when it is caused by anxious thoughts, they help to normalize sleep.

With prolonged use, they can strengthen memory, improve concentration and stimulate brain activity.

In general, these are not just flowers of an annoying weed, but a real treasure for our body with you, therefore dandelion rightfully occupies an honorable place in traditional medicine recipes, is of great benefit, and is widely used in the treatment and prevention of various kinds of diseases.

Dandelion contraindications

Dandelion flowers have not only beneficial properties, but it is also quite natural that such a wonderful herbal “healer” also has contraindications for use:

They cannot be used for serious disorders and diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, for example, with ulcers and gastritis, since the substances contained in this product can irritate the mucous membrane, and things will get even worse

The plant has a choleretic effect, therefore it is contraindicated in case of blockage of the biliary tract, as it can provoke the movement of large stones, and as a result, cause an attack

Flowers have a moderate, but still tonic effect, so those who have serious heart ailments, it is better to refrain from taking them, you never know what it will turn out

Allergy sufferers need to be careful, as there may be an individual intolerance to the components of this plant

As always, in the case of the use of any medicinal plants, they are reinsured and pregnant and lactating women are included in the risk group.

With the simultaneous use of dandelion flowers and aspirin, or some other antibiotics, the absorption of drugs may deteriorate.

There is one such nuance: beta-carotene, contained in large quantities in these flowers, is not friendly with bad habits, alcohol and nicotine.

So drinking a healthy cocktail and then smoking a cigarette is not a good idea, you decided to improve your health with the help of a dandelion, then forget for a while, or better forever, about this poison in the form of alcohol and tobacco!

Even if all of the above contraindications do not apply to you, and you are healthy, as they say, like a bull, you should not abuse and overeat these flowers, otherwise you can get problems with the gastrointestinal tract, diarrhea or vomiting. You need to remember that you need to know when to stop in everything :)


Dandelion medicinal: medicinal properties, application

Dandelion medicinal, it is common dandelion harmful to the lawn and garden, but good for health. Dandelion treats hemorrhoids, eczema, eye disease and liver disease. Preparations from the roots and herbs of dandelion have a choleretic, diuretic and laxative effect.

Traditional medicine not for nothing revered the medicinal dandelion as a powerful remedy for many diseases. The fact is that dandelion contains the bitter substance taraxacin, inulin, saponin, mucus and many vitamins A and C, so it is not surprising that this dandelion is often used as a medicine.

For medicinal purposes, dandelion roots and grass are harvested, since there are no problems with medicinal raw materials. Dandelion is a malicious weed that is widespread throughout the former USSR, with the exception of the polar regions.


Motherwort ordinary in folk medicine

Motherwort ordinary is actively used in folk and scientific medicine. Photo: Vladimir Ravilov

Motherwort infusion with cardiac dyspnea, weakening of cardiac activity, neurosis of the heart: 1 tbsp. l. motherwort herbs per 200 ml of boiling water. Insist for 1 hour, strain, drink 100 ml 2 times a day, morning and evening [3, 109].

If shortness of breath is caused by nervous disorders, then for its treatment it is recommended to take the following composition: thyme herb - 2 tbsp. l., motherwort herb - 4 tbsp. l., dried grass herb - 3 tbsp. l., blackberry leaf - 5 tbsp. l., woodruff grass - 4 tbsp. l. Mix everything, grind. For 1 glass of boiling water 1 tbsp. l. mixtures. Insist 30 minutes. Drink like tea. The same composition is recommended for menopause and nervous disorders [3, 109].

With hypertension take 1 tbsp. l. spoon of motherwort and the same amount of bearberry, pour 1 liter of boiling water, leave to infuse for 2 hours, then bring to a boil, cool, strain, take the entire volume for receptions during the day [3, 120].

With high blood pressure and high prothrombin chop and mix the following components: 50 g of hawthorn flowers and berries, marsh creeper herb - 40 g, medicinal dandelion root - 40 g, medicinal sweet clover flowers - 40 g, ginkgo biloba leaves - 50 g, motherwort medicinal herb - 30 g. 1 teaspoon of the collection in 300 ml of water, heat and cook over low heat Insist 1 hour, add 1 tsp. honey. Take 100 ml 3 times a day on an empty stomach, warm 30 minutes before meals. Take for a long time [3, 120].

With chronic pancreatitis motherwort grass, immortelle flowers, oregano herb, St. John's wort, take in equal parts, grind, mix. 2 tbsp. l. collection, pour half a liter of boiling water, leave for 1 hour. Strain and take warm 1/4 cup 20 minutes before meals [3, 245].

With metabolic disorders prepare collection: motherwort leaves - 10 g, strawberry leaves - 15 g, mulberry leaves - 20 g. 1 tbsp. l. collection, pour a glass of boiling water, boil for 5 minutes, leave for 1 hour, drain. Take 2 tbsp. l. after meals 3 times a day [3, 258].

With chronic nephritis take in equal parts motherwort herb, calendula flowers, wormwood herb, herb herbal medicine. 1 tbsp. l. collection, pour a glass of water, boil for 10 minutes, leave for 4 hours, drain. Take 50 ml 4 times a day [3, 287].

With chronic pyelonephritis prepare collection: field horsetail, string, hops, nettle, motherwort, violet, lingonberry leaf. The components are taken equally, crushed. 1 tbsp. l. the mixture is poured with boiling water, kept in a water bath for 30 minutes, insisted for 1 hour. Then filter, add 2 tsp. honey and 1 tbsp. l. plantain juice (or shepherd's purse, yarrow). Take 100 ml 3 times a day 30 minutes before meals for months [3, 291].

With glaucoma, for the treatment and prevention of the disease, take equal amounts of ginger, cinnamon, licorice root, motherwort herb, buckwheat flowers, lemon balm - (1 tablespoon each) and mix well. 1 tbsp. l. pour the mixture with a glass of boiling water, leave for 1 hour, drain. Take ½ cup 3 times a day.

Trembling fingers and hands prepare the collection: motherwort herb - 30 g, heather herb - 40 g, dried herb - 30 g, valerian root - 10 g. l. Brew the mixture in a thermos in 1 liter of boiling water overnight. Drink this dose per day, doing every hour at It is used for all manifestations of parkinsonism (upset nerves, suspiciousness, fearfulness, senile insomnia) [3, 457].

With neurocircular dystonia for hypertensive type, take 2 tbsp. l. dry motherwort herb per 300 ml of boiling water, leave for 2 hours, drain. Drink ⅓ glass once a day [3, 459].

With a headache of a nervous nature, the following preparation is recommended: pour 20 g of dry crushed motherwort leaves with 100 ml of alcohol, leave for 2 weeks, strain. Drink drops once a day before meals [3, 468].

With neurosis of the heart drink motherwort juice 20 to 40 drops once a day 30 minutes before meals. For long-term storage, pour the juice with the same amount of vodka [3, 483].

For epilepsy take 2 tbsp. l. chopped motherwort ordinary (aboveground flowering part), pour 200 ml of cold boiled water, leave for 8 hours. Take the dose during the day. Or take 2 tbsp. l.chopped motherwort, pour 500 ml of boiling water, leave for 2 hours. Drink the prepared infusion in a glass 4 times a day before meals. Motherwort is taken as an additional remedy for relieving seizures [3, 489].

With heart disease, with hot flashes of the head, neurosis of the heart and other manifestations climacteric syndrome recommends a pair of hawthorn flowers, motherwort herb, dryweed herb and chamomile flowers in a ratio of 4: 4: 4: 1. For its preparation, take 1 tbsp. l. mixture for 1 glass of boiling water. Or 3 tbsp. l. pour 3 cups of boiling water over hawthorn flowers, insist overnight, put on fire in the morning, boil for 3 minutes, leave for 1 hour, drain. Take 1 glass 3 times a day [3, 558].

With menopause mix 15 g each of chamomile flowers and motherwort herb, 10 g each of rose hips, sage herb, hawthorn flowers, creeper grass, St. John's wort herb, yarrow herb, calendula flowers. 2 tbsp. l. collection pour ½ liter of boiling water, cook over low heat for 5 minutes, leave for 1 hour, strain and add 2 tbsp. l. honey. Drink 100 ml warm 3 times a day.

With mastopathy: 1 tbsp. l. tops of flowering yarrow, 1 tbsp. l. motherwort, 2 tbsp. l. pour the turns into a thermos and pour ½ liter of boiling water, leave for 1 hour, strain, squeeze. Drink in the morning and in the evening for ½ glass 30 minutes before meals. With a weak or sore stomach, drink 30 minutes after eating [3, 563].

With uterine bleeding and with fibroma: pour 1 liter of boiling water 2 tbsp. l. a mixture consisting of 50 g of strawberry leaves, 20 g of St. John's wort, motherwort herb, buckthorn bark, calendula flowers, chamomile flowers, 10 g of nettle herb and yarrow herb. Insist the night in a thermos. Drink 1/2 glass 2 times a day for a long time with ten-day breaks every 2 months [3, 568].

For cardiosclerosis, atherosclerosis, angina pectoris, palpitations, prepare two compositions:

  • Composition No. 1: Mix 500 g of honey, 500 ml of vodka, heat over low heat, stirring constantly, until a milky film forms on the surface. Remove from heat and let stand.
  • Composition No. 2: take 1 tsp. herbs - valerian root, knotweed, chamomile, motherwort, marsh dryweed, lemon balm and pour 1 liter of boiling water. Insist 30 minutes, drain.

Mix both compositions and put in a cool dark place for 3 days. Take 7 days for 1 tsp. 2 times a day, morning and evening, then another week for 1 tbsp. l. 2 times a day until the composition ends. 10 days break. Repeat the course of treatment 2 times.

Literary sources:

  1. The Pastushenkovs. Medicinal plants: Use in folk medicine and everyday life .—.: Lenizdat, 1990
  2. Popov A.P. Medicinal plants in folk medicine. Kiev, 1968
  3. I. V. Kiyanova GOD'S PHARMACY. Treatment with the gifts of nature. M. 2006.



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