Grass of eleven: medicinal properties
In folk medicine since ancient times is valuedthe grass is eleven. Its therapeutic properties find their application in getting rid of a wide range of diseases. Outwardly it is a bush branched in the upper part, with a lot of bright yellow flowers, similar to sunflowers. Devyasil is also called a sunflower wild, and still an elephant and oman. This grass refers to the family of astroids, or composite. It grows in wild conditions - in open areas and along the banks of water bodies. Blossoms in July-August, fruiting begins in September.
Devyasil, the medicinal properties of which are described inmany manuals of traditional medicine, has a sedative effect, promotes early healing of wounds, stimulates metabolism, stimulates appetite, eliminates female ailments and promotes conception, although there are different opinions on this score. It is believed that it is possible to induce a month's nine. This herb influences the fetal development of the fetus, so women need to be extremely careful when using it during pregnancy. It is necessary to consult a specialist, even if in your opinion this remedy is completely natural and harmless.
Also widely known is the elephant Altaic, whichby right of the people they call the eleventh high. It grows in Western Siberia and mainly in the middle part of Russia. It is characterized by a height of about two meters and leaves length of fifty centimeters. Devyasil, the medicinal properties of which are used both in folk and in traditional medicine, is common in places with high humidity, but well illuminated by the sun. This is a very resistant plant, it is resistant to both drought and frost.
In traditional medicine, not allelecampane. The healing properties of the root of this perennial plant have a fairly wide range of action. The fact is that they contain inulin, which under the action of acids turns into fructose. It is sweeter than regular sugar and can be used by diabetics.
Often apply useful properties of the root of elecampanefor the treatment of respiratory diseases. In folk medicine they are treated with hypertension, bronchial asthma, jaundice, rheumatism, dropsy, skin diseases and other serious ailments. Inflammation in the oral cavity with decay from the root of elecampane rinse the throat. In the case of tuberculosis, elecampane softens the cough.
Many believe that it helps with meagermonth. But mostly it is used to treat gastrointestinal diseases, for example, gastritis. Decoction from the root of elecampane improves appetite and normalizes metabolism in the body.
In the eleven there are many useful substances,such as B, C and E vitamins, alkaloids, organic acids, proazulen, pigments, resins, mucus, saponins, inulin, helenin, pseudoinulin, essential oil.
The broth is prepared from finely chopped elephant leaves, which are poured with boiling water, then they are heated for half an hour in a water bath, removed, filtered and ingested 15-20 g before eating.