The action of the herb is mainly astringent (stopping the secretion), antiphlogistic (against inflammation or fever), dermaticum. The astringent action is due to the high content of tannins in the oak bark. Clinical data have been reported for the effective treatment of wet eczema, burns (external), gingivitis, stomatitis and inflammatory diseases of the throat, ocular inflammatory diseases, gargling and eye lavage.
Herbalists call it “natural aspirin.” It contains the glycoside salicin, which is converted to salicylic acid in the body. Salicylic acid is used in pharmacy for the synthesis of aspirin. Unlike aspirin, however, this substance does not cause gastrointestinal upset or bleeding. The bark also contains tannins (tannin). Willow has analgesic, antibiotic, diaphoretic, diuretic, anti-inflammatory, anti-rheumatic effect. Externally – as a lotion or eau de toilette – used for burns, eczema, purulent wounds, inflammation, pimples.
From ancient times the nettle was considered to be one of the most useful plants that nature has given us. It is rich in vitamins, minerals and tannins. It is rich in beta-carotene, vitamins A, C and E, iron, calcium, phosphates and minerals, proteins and sugars. Nettle is known for its astringent, expectorant, tonic, anti-inflammatory and diuretic action. It is recommended as a powerful means of preventing liver, arthritis, rheumatic and kidney diseases, as well as in the treatment of allergies and anemia. The healing power of nettle is due to its blood purifying functions.
Herbal therapy herb Veronica has a multi-spectrum application in a number of ailments. Natural healers recommend it mostly for lowering high blood pressure, respiratory problems, kidney stones, rheumatism, inflammation of the bladder and chronic skin diseases.
The plant soaked in vegetable oil is considered a good remedy for purulent wounds and sunburn on the skin. The herb contains bitter and tannins, essential oil, organic acids, resins and more.
The herb calendula, also called “sunflower”, is one of the known medicinal plants with countless healing effects. Its flowers contain many carotenoids, which give them their characteristic orange color. The brighter the marigold, the higher the carotene content in its flowers. In addition, the flowers contain paraffin-type hydrocarbons, saponins, resins, phytoncides, plant proteins, flavonoids, glycoside calendiloside, traces of alkaloids, triterpenediols, organic acids – malic, pentadecyl, salicylic, as well as ascorbic and essential oils.
In medical practices, calendula is used as an antiseptic, anti-inflammatory and accelerating wound healing agent. The beautiful flower improves the processes of regeneration, accelerates the recovery of the epithelial layer in problem skin.
The green shell of the walnut contains a lot of ascorbic acid, tannins, sugars, mineral salts, as well as the active substance yuglon, which chases the worm and fungal invasion, and suppresses the tubercle bacillus. Green tea tea is prepared by the traditional method of infusion, which purifies the blood, makes the figure more elegant, improves digestion. The infusion relieves skin rashes.
Miraculous yarrow is a unique remedy for many diseases. It is useful for blood clotting, hemostasis, blood purification, increases gastric secretion, stimulates appetite, liver disease and in particular jaundice and hepatitis, stomach, intestines, hemorrhoids, nosebleeds, wounds, uterine bleeding, worms, constipation. Folk medicine also recommends it for lowering the temperature, initially for colds and infections in combination with mint or elderberry. It is used for colds, skin inflammations, depression, psoriasis and acne, insomnia, problems of the oral cavity – including dental, bleeding, gynecological problems, wounds or burns. It is also used as aromatherapy.
Herb №1 in the treatment of psoriasis: sarsaparilla is a perennial climbing plant native to Mexico and Central America. Sarsaparilla root has extremely powerful pharmacological properties, known since ancient times, and its use for medicinal purposes continues to this day, when its effective effect is recognized by official medicine. The composition of the plant is rich in vitamins A, C, D and B-complex, as well as minerals such as iron, manganese, sodium, silicon, sulfur, copper, zinc and iodine.
The beneficial effects of sarsaparilla root have been substantiated by science. It has solid evidence that used as a medicine, it has strong anti-inflammatory, immunosuppressive and antioxidant effects. Its rich content of steroid saponins, phytosterols, flavonoids and organic acids, makes it a truly effective natural remedy for psoriasis.
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