Nature generously endowed us with a variety of medicinalherbs - so why not use them? One of these plants will be discussed in this article. Today you will learn everything about the British and its useful properties. So, let's start with a description of the plant.
Most often it grows along the banks of water bodies, less often - on the meadow steppes. A favorable soil for elecampane are the edges of moist deciduous and coniferous forests.
Due to its unpretentiousness in cultivation, elecampane is very easy to grow right on site.
In our country, the eleventh British isanthelminthic, analgesic, disinfectant and healing agent. The fresh leaves of the plant remarkably stop the blood and disinfect the wound. Experiments in recent years have established the antifungal properties of elecampane and the antibacterial effect of essential oil. Extract, alcohol-based, has a strong antioxidant property. Inflorescence broth not only has expectorant and diuretic properties, but also antiemetic.
Very often, elecampane can be found in various herbal remedies. For example, fees for the treatment of headaches, rheumatism, radiculitis, pain in the organs of the gastrointestinal tract.
Due to the antibacterial effect, the plant is used to treat purulent sore throat, skin diseases, eczema, diathesis and purulent otitis media. The influence of elecampane on the treatment of hemorrhoids and thrombosis is studied.
Moreover, with diarrhea in calves, decay of elecampane is able in a short time to stop this process.
To treat cough and sputum production, fresh juice of the plant is also used. One teaspoon, three to five times a day.
Decoction of inflorescences, stems and roots for the treatment of alcoholism is brewed stronger - nine to ten grams per glass of boiling water.
For the winter, you can dry the leaves and inflorescences of the plant - so you can store and use them all year round.
Before starting treatment, be sure to check with your doctor for all indications and contraindications to the use of this plant, because, like any plant, elecampane can also cause an allergic reaction.
In conclusion, I would like to say that we should not neglect treatment with specialized medications, replacing them with methods of healing traditional medicine. Be healthy!