Golden mustache (callisia fragrans) – Callisia fragrans. The family commelinaceae.
Callisia fragrans (Callisia fragrans) comes from the tropical forests of South America and belongs to the family commelinaceae (Comemelinaceae). At the same family, which includes more than 500 species and 50 genera of plants includes such well-known plants, as zebrina and tradescantia. Some traditional healers claim that they also have medicinal properties. Callisia cultivated as a houseplant for nearly 100 years.
This is a large plant with two types of shoots, some upright, fleshy externally similar to the young corn, from 70 to 150 cm in height, with normally developed leaves 20-30 cm, width 5-6 cm, the other – horizontal (mustache) with underdeveloped leaves. Mustache, consist of “sustavchikov” at the ends of which are formed sheet metelochka.
Golden mustache in folk medicine
To produce drugs from plants, which already have at least 9 of the mustache, because only in this case kallizii contains a sufficient amount of medicinal substances. Blooms Golden mustache rare. The flowers are small, gathered in paniculate inflorescences. Continue reading
That a person had zoster, can testify the following:
First formations on the skin appear on the arms, abdomen, legs, less often on the scalp or on the nails;
The lesions are pale pink spots in the center which begins to peel off the skin;
There is a slight rise in temperature and the increase in peripheral lymph nodes.
After appearing of their first suspicion of the presence of lichen should consult a doctor. Although the disease poses very little threat to human health, it can bring him a lot of worries and discomfort.
In addition, it is highly contagious. Therefore, the patient should be isolated until medical advice and follow-up is necessary several times a day to carry out hygienic treatment in the house to completely prevent the spread of the disease. Continue reading
As a medicinal plant schisandra described in Chinese medical treatises for 250 years before our era under the name “Wu-Wei-zi” which means “berry of five flavors” (sweet peel, sour pulp, seeds have a salty taste, the bark is bitter and astringent, and medicine from berries – salty).
In VI-VII centuries it was called a favorite herb of Chinese emperors. In Ancient China, Schizandra was even in the list of products, mandatory for delivery to the Imperial court.
The berries of schisandra chinensis contains: vitamin C, malic, tartaric, succinic, citric acid, sugar, pectin, essential oils, resins, minerals, titanium and silver, selenium, manganese, zinc, Nickel etc.
Schisandra berry Chinese tone the body, relieve fatigue, improve immunity, performance, help to adapt to environmental conditions.
The Chinese Magnolia vine application
Modern official medicine uses lemongrass in the form of tincture of seeds and fruits. Continue reading