Useful properties and application of Chernobyl
Botanical characteristics of Chernobyl
Chernobylnik is a perennial herbaceous medicinal plant from the Asteraceae family. Grass stems are erect, branchy in the upper part, violet-gray, reaching a height of 65–150 cm. The leaves of the Chernobyl are pinnate, alternate, pubescent. The lower surface of the leaves is light, the upper one is dark green. Chernobyl flowers are small, reddish, appear in July-August and form long panicle inflorescences, located in elongated baskets.
Seeds ripen in seeds from August to September. Chernobyl grows in the western and eastern regions of Siberia, in the European part of Russia, in Kazakhstan and Central Asia. Favorite places of grass are forest edges and forest clearings; it grows among various bushes, chooses moist soils of river valleys. For medicinal use, leafy tops of the stems with flowers are harvested. Chernobyl is dried in a natural way in rooms with sufficient ventilation.
Useful properties of Chernobyl
This medicinal plant has no bitter taste and characteristic wormwood smell. The herb has soothing and tonic properties. taking funds from Chernobyl has an anthelmintic, choleretic and laxative effect. Chernobyl contains essential oil, flavnoids, mucus, coumarins. The plant also contains phytosterols, ascorbic acid, carotene.
Chernobyl in folk medicine is recommended to be taken in case of digestive disorders that occur in case of insufficient formation of pancreatic secretions, gastric juice and bile. The herb effectively helps in the treatment of various women's diseases: menstrual irregularities and amenorrhea are excellently cured with infusions and decoctions of Chernobyl.
Recipe number 1: for the treatment of cystitis, you need to brew 2 teaspoons of herbs in a glass of boiling water, leave for 2 hours, filter, squeeze the raw materials and drink 0.5 cups 3 times a day half an hour before meals.
Recipe number 2: boil 0.5 liters of water with 1 tablespoon of herbs, leave for 2 hours, filter, drink 0.5 cups 3 times a day 1/2 hour before meals. The remedy is used for delayed menstruation.
Recipe number 3: you need to brew 1 glass of fresh herbs 2.5 liters of boiling water and infuse for half an hour, then filter and squeeze the raw materials. This infusion is suitable for external use.
Decoctions of the plant are used for neurasthenia, epilepsy and other nervous disorders, since they have an anticonvulsant and sedative effect. Chernobyl has long been used to expel parasites and worms from the body.
Chernobyl broth: 1 glass of boiled hot water should be poured into 1 tablespoon of herbs and heated for 0.5 hours in a water bath, then insist for 15 minutes, filter, squeeze out the raw materials. Drinking such a decoction is recommended for 0.5 cups 2 times a day.
Tincture of Chernobyl: 1 tablespoon of herbs, pour 0.5 liters of vodka, leave for three days, shaking occasionally, filter and squeeze the raw material. Take 1 tablespoon 3 times a day.
In September, the roots of the Chernobyl plant are harvested. With the help of decoctions and infusions of medicinal raw materials, kidney stones, inflammation of the digestive tract, cancer of the rectum, uterus and stomach can be treated. Possessing anticonvulsant properties, Chernobyl root is used as an effective remedy for neurasthenia, epilepsy, meningitis, and fright. The diaphoretic action of the root of the herb allows it to be used to treat colds. The antibacterial properties of the substances contained in the root help with tuberculosis. Broths from the root of Chernobyl soothes the nerves and eliminate insomnia, cleanse the body of parasites and worms.
Chernobyl root decoctions
Recipe number 1: 30 grams of crushed root of the plant is poured into 0.5 liters of beer, boiled for 5 minutes, then filtered. Apply the resulting remedy for various convulsions and convulsions.
Recipe number 2: 3-5 dry roots of the Chernobyl plant must be crushed and boiled in 10 glasses of boiling water. Take a decoction of 1/2 cup 2 times a day with heavy periods.
Recipe number 3: you need to pour 50 g of dry root of Chernobyl 2 liters of dry white wine, cook in a sealed container for 10 minutes, add a glass of honey to the boiling broth, cool the composition and strain. Take the medicine in a glass in the morning on an empty stomach or 1 tablespoon 3 times a day half an hour before meals for pulmonary tuberculosis.
Recipe number 4: take 1 tablespoon of roots per 0.5 l of dry red wine, bring to a boil, boil for 15–20 minutes, leave for 2 hours. Take the remedy for 1 tablespoon 3 times a day before meals with the threat of miscarriage.
Chernobyl root infusions:
Recipe number 1: for scanty menstruation and amenorrhea, 1 tablespoon of chopped roots must be poured with two glasses of boiling water, insisted in a sealed container for 4 hours, drain. It is recommended to take the infusion half a glass 2 times a day before meals.
Contraindications to the use of Chernobyl
Chernobyl can not be used for a long time, you need to take a break and not exceed the dosage. Carefully should be treated with infusions and decoctions of children and pregnant women. If symptoms such as vomiting, nausea, liver pain occur, treatment should be discontinued.
The author of the article: Sokolova Nina Vladimirovna | Phytotherapist
Education: Diploma in "General Medicine" and "Therapy" received at the Pirogov University (2005 and 2006). Advanced training at the Department of Phytotherapy at the Peoples' Friendship University of Moscow (2008).
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