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Grassland is known as the root of satanism, suffocation, lupus, cow tongue, scabies, portaleza, field scabioza, detorodin, rannik, self-confidence, dalikh, sedun, fallen grass, but most often it is called devil’s grass. root In the Middle Ages, the healing power of this herb was so widely believed that it was used to cure plague. Sivets meadow և today occupies not the last place in the home first aid kits.
There are many useful substances in the chemical composition of this plant. Saponins have diuretic and anti-inflammatory properties. They speed up the digestion of fats, increase the amount of gastric juice, which helps the body cleanse itself of toxins. Tannins protect the mucous membranes of the body from irritants, improve intestinal function, improve peristalsis. Although medicinal products do not tolerate meadow calico, traditional medicine uses this herb as a laxative, wound healing, expectorant, or diuretic. Here are some recipes.
Fill three teaspoons of dried grass or ground calico root with a glass of boiling water, bring to a boil, cook for one minute and filter. The tincture in its pure form is used as an antibacterial treatment for purulent wounds, cuts, as well as for the areas of the skin affected by the disease. In case of cold, rinse with tincture. It is also taken as a diuretic – two tablespoons three times a day. The same dose is drunk in diseases of the upper respiratory tract with nasal congestion and shortness of breath.
The tincture is prepared according to the recipe described above, when it cools down, mix one tablespoon with wine or apple cider vinegar. Drink two tablespoons of the mixture three times a day for a week.
On the basis of the same tincture, a healing syrup is made from meadow calico for the treatment of cough. Burnt sugar and honey are added to it. Burnt sugar is absorbed so much that it dissolves completely, արդյունքում the drug resembles syrup in density. Then add two teaspoons of liquid honey to the mixture, mix everything well. The syrup is drunk with hot tea, two teaspoons up to five times a day.
Pour two teaspoons of dry finely chopped calico grass in a glass of boiling water, infuse for an hour, then filter. The tincture is used to treat ulcers, wounds, bed sores. In case of headaches and stomach pains, take two tablespoons three times a day.
Fresh lawn mowers grind to get the juice out of cuts, scratches, animal bites, and abscesses.
The roots of meadow calico are dried and pulverized. For stomach aches, when the headache is, the powder is mixed with sugar in a ratio of one to one, drink one teaspoon before breakfast, for five days before a meal.
The root of the devil grows on the edges of forests, in meadows and open spaces. He likes open wet places. All parts of the plant are used in folk medicine. The grass is collected at the beginning of flowering, and the roots in autumn. The raw material is dried in dark ventilated rooms. Store in paper or linen bags.
Contraindications include pregnancy, breastfeeding, under the age of twelve, allergic reaction, individual intolerance.
Natalya Ovsyannikova, Ryazan region
Consult your doctor before using our advice. Do not self-medicate. The information is for reference only.
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