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Saturday 20 August 2011

Herbal Medicine Treats What?

Tonic, antispasmodic, hemostatic, and external use, healing, was used to treat general fatigue, the nodes, spasms of the gastrointestinal tract and uterine, neurosis, circulation disorders and their fifties (who may be roughly the same ...): physical inactivity, varicose veins, phlebitis, hemorrhoids. Being external, it has been used against rheumatism, skin diseases, leg ulcers, cracked nipples, the pain of cellulite ... It is said that the Middle Ages, knights carried a bag in their "first aid".

But perhaps for women with both menstrual pain and digestive disorders during menstruation that yarrow is most useful. It is rare indeed that a drug treats both the problems of the genital area and those of the digestive tract with such efficiency. Taken in the form of tincture, it will calm the inflammation quickly, as this horrible feeling that the uterus and intestines are engaged in fierce competition to capture and retain the attention of their rightful owners.

The whole plant is harvested at the time of flowering, which occurs from mid-June in the fall, depending on the region and the whims of Mother Nature. The yarrow with white flowers or red flowers would be more active medicinally than the yellow-flowered yarrow or orange flowers.

The infusion is prepared at 30 grams per liter of water. It will take 3 cups daily, between meals. Dyeing - we will prepare with a plant part to 5 parts 90% alcohol - is taken as 20 to 30 drops three times daily. For external use, it uses the concentrated infusion (a handful per liter of water) washes.

The infusion of 30 grams of yarrow to which is added a teaspoon of honey and three drops of Tabasco sauce is supposed to operate to open the pores of the skin and cause profuse sweating which will break a cold or flu. It is recommended to properly cover to avoid taking cold.

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