The herb thunderbolt is found in dry sandy and grassy places throughout our country. Its roots are especially valuable. Folk medicine recommends the roots of thunder to be used in diseases with stagnant body fluids, inflammation of the kidneys and urinary tract, stones and sand in the kidneys and bladder, gallstones. Thunderbolt has a strong anti-inflammatory effect, relieves joint pain.
According to folk medicine, the unique horsetail has cleansing, anti-inflammatory, tonic, antiseptic, astringent, diuretic, antimicrobial, anthelmintic and hemostatic properties. It has a detoxifying effect, including clearing the body of lead.
Horsetail strengthens immunity, reduces pain in inflammation, improves the functioning of blood vessels, eliminates swelling.
Juniper is a tree or shrub of the cypress family. It has existed on earth for about 50 million years. Evergreen in appearance, juniper looks like a small cypress. This plant is perennial. Under favorable conditions, juniper lives from 600 to 3000 years. Somewhere in the world there are still living plants that sprouted from seeds thousands of years before the new era.
Juniper is a leader in its bactericidal properties. Juniper oil is an analgesic, refreshes, purifies, warms and strengthens. From herbal therapy it is used to eliminate puffiness, dermatitis and toothache. Also as a means of combating cellulite, eliminating inflammation of the lungs and bronchi, improving heart function. Normalize blood circulation, blood pressure. Help with colic, constipation and various other diseases. The spectrum of therapeutic effects is huge.
It is a tree originally distributed mainly in America, whose bark is used as an effective means of combating constipation. In fact, in Spanish the name of this herb means “sacred bark”. It is known that dried buckwheat bark has a cleansing and choleretic effect on the body. Externally used for gout and rheumatism, inflammatory processes of unknown origin, skin inflammation – acne, eczema, burns, wounds, boils, to whiten age spots.
Dill is a widely used spice in our country, but little is known about its healing properties. It comes from southern Russia, West Africa and the Mediterranean region, but is also mentioned in the Bible and in ancient Egyptian papyri.
Dill has a high content of vitamins C, B1, B2, E, PP, P, carotene (provitamin A) and mineral salts of potassium, calcium, phosphorus and iron and folic acid (vitamin B9). Dill oil contains carvone, d-limonene, α-philanene, carveol, dihydrocarvone, α-terpinene, dihydrocarveol, dipaliol, α-pinene, dipentene, isoevgenol.
Dill is high in calcium, so folk medicine is recommended for women after menopause as a prevention of bone loss and osteoporosis. In these cases, it is recommended to eat yogurt with a large amount of chopped dill. It is also useful for all people who have bone problems or are recovering from fractures. It is also recommended for some joint diseases such as rheumatoid arthritis.
Chestnuts are low in fat, high in vitamin C, phosphorus, potassium and more. Chestnuts contain twice as much starch as potatoes, making them one of the most important food crops in Japan, China and southern Europe.
Chestnuts contain as much vitamin C as lemons. According to phytotherapy, it helps the body against diseases and improves the body’s resistance. The potassium and phosphorus contained in the fruit normalize the cardiovascular, skeletal and nervous systems. In folk medicine, chestnuts are recommended for people suffering from anemia. In the form of paws, chestnuts are used as a reliever for rheumatic pain.
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Did you know that in addition to a beautiful tree that stands out with its white bark, birch is considered by folk medicine to be an herb with irreplaceable healing properties. Due to the high content of vitamin C, birch is believed to strengthen the immune system and help treat anemia, viruses and colds. The herbal tea is also used to relieve fever, as it leads to profuse sweating. Recommended for kidney disease, rheumatism, arteriosclerosis, acute and chronic eczema, lichen and others.
Because of its many qualities, herbalists call the herb “deliverance from all troubles.” It has a blood-curdling, pain-relieving and anti-inflammatory effect. It is used for diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, gastritis with reduced secretion of gastric coccyx, gastric ulcer, colitis, meteorism, ailments. It is often used as a hemostatic agent for bleeding from the uterus, gums, nose, stomach, wounds and more. It is also used in the treatment of colds, fever, kidney disease, liver disease, menstrual pain, white flow, chronic bronchitis, asthma, palpitations, arteriosclerosis, headache, dizziness, nocturnal enuresis in children and more.
Not everyone knows that yarrow acts directly and wonderfully on the bone marrow and stimulates hematopoiesis there. It should also be effective in diseases of the bone marrow, in which any other drug is powerless, even in bone erosion, for which treatments with tea, baths and rubs with tincture of yarrow are applied.
Nettle is very useful. Even in ancient times she was held in high esteem. Nettle is our best cleansing and healing treatment. And because it has a good effect on the pancreatic gland, the tea from the poppy reduces the content of sugar in the blood. It also treats such diseases and inflammations of the urinary tract and painful retention of the urinary tract.
Nettle is a powerful anti-inflammatory and tea helps with arthritis and any prolonged infections.
It has a diuretic and laxative effect, has a pronounced anti-inflammatory effect. The anti-allergic effect of burdock is also known. Its use enhances the secretion of juices from the bile, increases the secretion of enzymes from the pancreas, improves the functioning of the intestinal tract, regulates metabolism. According to recent research, burdock oil interacts with dangerous toxins and ensures their disposal. It also has an analgesic effect. It is used in the treatment of dropsy, gout, rheumatism, tuberculosis, gastritis, stomach ulcers, kidney stones, chronic constipation, diathesis, rickets, and externally as a fast-healing remedy for wounds, analgesic for hemorrhoids, joint pain and lichens.
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