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The benefits and harms of medicinal plants

Many people believe the best doctor is nature: it helps to recover practically from all dedougou and never slander their colleagues. Indeed, in handbooks on traditional medicine and nontraditional methods of treatment can to find a cure for any disease from small wounds, ulcers, cuts, ending with diabetes and pneumonia. And the experience of the ancient peoples of the world, particularly the prosperous Eastern civilizations, makes you believe in the miraculous properties of plants. The topic of this article: “the Benefits and harms of medicinal plants”.

Undoubtedly, medicinal plants contain biologically active substances that can help cure those or other diseases, but it is necessary to take into account the environmental condition of the area, where the collected plants, since they absorb all harmful chemicals from the environment. It is important to collect plants in accordance with the calendar: all the time! For example, the yarrow should be collected from July to September, and St. John’s wort in July.This is because at certain times the plant (or its separate parts: leaves, fruit, roots) accumulate the maximum number of medicinal substances: the leaves should be well formed, but fresh, flowers are blooming, but not crumbling,and the fruit is ripe but not yet falling. Special attention should be paid to careful handling and proper storage. The plants need to sort out, to clear of a dirt and extraneous subjects, to prepare a dark and cool place for storage. At home also you can prepare the juice (recommended to start collecting skip through Mincer, and then strain into a juicer), powder (using a standard coffee grinder) or an infusion (boiling the raw material in water for 15 minutes and kept in the fridge for 2 days).

Each medicinal plant should be well studied before applying: all the properties contained active substance, contraindications.

Let us consider some methods of treatment for example of a nettle, chamomile and aloe, which are the most widespread in folk medicine, and, seemingly harmless plant.

Flower baskets chamomile can be collected from June to September. Camomile tea is an excellent remedy for sore throat in combination with flowers of marigold and eucalyptus (in equal parts), rinse this solution 2 times a day reduces inflammation of throat and temper it. An infusion of chamomile combined with fennel, in turn, is used in the stomach ulcer. Infusion of herbs and chamomile flowers used as an Eyewash for inflammation. Chamomile is widely used in the manufacture of various masks for face, for hair, giving them Shine and strength. The broth just 2 tablespoons of chamomile allows you to get rid of bad breath.

Aloe juice is effective for bronchitis in mixture with other substances, such as butter and honey. Should take, heavily diluted with hot milk twice a day. Aloe juice is also used to treat gastritis, drinking a teaspoon 3 times a day half an hour before meals, course of treatment is quite long – more than two months. It is important to know that drugs are aloe affect circulation, increasing blood flow to the pelvic organs. Contraindicated in diseases of the kidneys, liver and gallbladder, with uterine bleeding, internal inflammatory processes.

Collecting nettles is from may to September. For wounds, cuts, scratches enough to make the bandage soaked with juice nettle.The broth on the basis of pinches of flowers of the nettle is an excellent otharkivajushchim means, and infusion of nettle leaves is used as a styptic. The filtered tincture may nettle on vodka or 70% alcohol when taking 2 times a day (on an empty stomach 30 minutes before meals and at bedtime on a teaspoon) gives energy, improves heart function and blood composition, movements become easier, undergoes sclerosis. Nettle is an excellent remedy for getting rid of dandruff and prevents hair loss. Before using nettle to consult with a doctor. Preparations of this plant is contraindicated to hypertensive patients, patients with atherosclerosis, people with high blood clotting. Also, they are not recommended for use in bleeding caused by tumors of the uterus and appendages.

Thus, we have seen that at the moment countless applications of the medicinal properties of plants in the treatment of various diseases, the benefits and harms of medicinal plants should be taken into account when they are seen. But to engage in such methods alone have either very carefully studied, considering all the positive properties, making the drug correctly, observing all the requirements of cleanliness and environmental protection, having considered all the contra-indications, or (which is the more reliable option) after consulting with a specialist in this field. It is also recommended to apply the proposed fees herbs in pharmacies of the city because they ensure sustainability and quality in processing and storage.

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