Table of contents:
- Properties of some plants
- Preparation of the broth
- Steam preparation
- Making teas and teas at home
- How do medicinal plants work?
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Properties of some plants
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Oregano has long been widely used in folk medicine, including in Russia. Concerning the beneficial properties of oregano, G. Sobolevsky wrote that it “has a somewhat intoxicating, fortifying, breeding and compulsive power. Hot infusion of oregano is drunk as a tea for cough, suffocation, consumption and water sickness in the legs and stomach when there is no fever. It is very capable of diluting internal thick phlegm, useful for producing sweat during three days of fever and various colds, during uterine and cold seizures. " It helps "for stabbing in the chest, winds in the abdomen, colic, indigestion, paralysis, female pain and various cold diseases."
In Russian folk medicine, a decoction of oregano was taken for rheumatism, convulsions, epilepsy, paralysis, and abdominal pain. The infusion of oregano was taken for stomach diseases, colds and all kinds of gynecological diseases. For rickets and scrofula, children were bathed in a decoction of oregano. Oregano decoction baths were taken for various rashes. Oregano oil was used to rub the paralyzed body parts. The broth was drunk for insomnia, shortness of breath, headache. Outwardly, we washed our hair with a decoction and infusion of oregano for headaches and to stimulate hair growth.
Hernia smooth (naked)
Hernia infusion is used as a diuretic for renal and cardiac edema. In folk medicine, hernia infusion is recommended for inflammation of the bladder and kidneys; as a prophylactic agent against the formation of kidney stones; with pain in the stomach, dropsy, rheumatism, gout. It is believed to relieve muscle pain after strenuous exercise, especially in untrained people.
Hernia broth (externally) is used for exudative diathesis, eczema in children (in the form of baths). The juice is used in cosmetics. The fresh plant, harvested in July, is used in homeopathy. In Western European medicine, it is used as a wound healing agent, as well as for pulmonary diseases, urolithiasis, renal colic, urinary retention, chronic cystitis.
An infusion or decoction of hernia herb is prepared in a ratio of 1:20. They drink it 1 / 4-1 / 3 glass 3 times a day half an hour before meals. It is also used externally as a wound healing agent. The steamed herb is applied in the form of a hernia poultice.
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Preparation of the broth
Pour the chopped and well-mixed collection with the amount of water specified in the recipe (preferably in an earthenware rather than a metal bowl), stir, cover and leave in a warm place for the time indicated in the recipe to get the potion wet. Then put the mixture on fire, bring to a boil. simmer under a lid for 5 - 7 minutes. Remove from heat, leave covered for 39-40 minutes, then strain through cheesecloth. Drink the broth warm.
The chopped and well-mixed collection is poured with boiling water in proportions determined by the recipe and the time indicated in the recipe is infused. Insist in a warm place. Drink warm. The time of soaking or steeping the steam does not really matter if it is not indicated in the recipe and can painlessly fluctuate from a few minutes to an hour.
Making teas and teas at home
One of the simplest and most common dosage forms are all kinds of teas, which are used for ingestion or externally in the form of lotions, compresses, etc.
Teas are prepared from one type of plant. For their preparation at home, depending on the recipe, raw materials are used in whole or in crushed form.
The form in which it is supposed to brew a mixture of several types of plants is called collection. To prepare it, each of the plants is crushed separately and laid out on clean sheets of paper. Only then are the components of different raw materials mixed until a uniform mixture is obtained.
Both medicinal teas and teas are brewed like regular tea.
How to use medicinal plants? This question is directly related to traditional medicine. Herbal medicine (herbal medicine) has long been practiced in traditional medicine, now it is officially recognized. The All-Russian Research Institute of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants (VILAR), founded in 1931, operates in Moscow. If you did not grow up in a village and have never been involved in collecting and drying herbs, you should at least be familiar with herbal teas sold in pharmacies and fees for various diseases and for health promotion.
How do medicinal plants work?
Medicinal plants, in comparison with chemical preparations, have a milder effect on the body; as a rule, they do not cause allergies. At the same time, they contain natural medicinal substances and compounds that are better tolerated by the body. Herbs are well combined with each other, and often enhance the action of each other. The collection also includes the so-called transport plants, which promote absorption and extend the validity of the collection.
Herbs work well with conventional medicines. Along with other medicines, phytopreparations can be prescribed to you by an ordinary doctor.
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