Video: Cyanosis Is Blue. Abuse Grass. Medicinal Plants. Beneficial Features. Application. Growing. A Photo
Many of the medicinal herbs have an amazing ability to "find" a diseased organ and selectively influence a particular disease, acting gradually and gently.
On the other hand, the same herbs are used for a wide variety of ailments. Let us recall the well-known St. John's wort - the herb for 99 diseases.
The assortment of the green pharmacy is wide. We use only a small fraction, and there are plants that are not so "set on edge". One of them is cyanosis blue, or azure, popularly known as the curse-grass.
Decoctions of cyanosis roots have a pronounced expectorant effect in chronic bronchitis, tuberculosis, asthma. Cyanosis is widely used as a sedative, 8-10 times stronger than valerian. It is no coincidence that cyanosis was nicknamed "the queen of sleep." It is also used for epilepsy, fevers, it soothes chest pain when coughing. In a mixture with St. John's wort and crushed water, marsh decoction of cyanosis roots promote scarring of stomach ulcers and reduce pain.
In a glass of water I take 2 tablespoons of crushed cyanosis roots, boil for 20 minutes in a water bath, after which I insist for 3 hours. I drink 1-2 tablespoons 3 times a day after meals, and for sleep disorders and overexcitation, 3 tablespoons an hour before bedtime.
The course of treatment is 1 month with breaks for 2-3 days every 10 days.
Cyanosis and lemon balm infusion baths relieve stress and normalize sleep. To prepare baths, take one glass of dry herbs.
For many years I have been growing blue cyanosis on the site not only as a medicinal plant, but also as an ornamental plant. It is moisture-loving, winter-hardy, but does not tolerate heat and drought. Grows well in light shade in the aisles of fruit trees and bushes. Prefers fertile light soil. I prepare a plot for sowing in advance. When digging, I bring in one bucket of manure and a glass of lime per 1 sq.m. The best time for sowing is autumn. For spring sowing, preliminary seed stratification is required at a temperature of + 2-4 ° for a month.
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Cyanosis is unpretentious and does not require special worries other than watering and weeding. It usually blooms in the second year. For medicinal purposes, I dig the roots of biennial plants in October and dry it at a temperature of 50-60 ″. To top it all off, cyanosis is a good honey plant.
Grow cyanosis on your site, and there will be no need to look for sleeping pills and expectorant pills in pharmacies.