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marți, 4 iulie 2017

tintaura planta medicinala-centaury herb

Centaury Herb
Centaury Herb
The herb is called scientific CENTAURIUM  ERYTHRAEA, popularly called the target,the grazing of the earth, the grass of the cold.Its name in German is, AUSENDGULDENKRAUT,which means the plant of the 1000 florins, this shows how important and how valuable this plant is.The plant is perennial, grows 10-40 cm high with a stem that branches only in the flower area.Centaury leaves are slightly oval, more oblong.
Grows in orchards and meadows in humid and lush places in mountain areas up to 1,000-1200 meters altitude.It also grows alive (on the hills), in the deforested areas,under the high voltage lines, etc.
The herb is collected from June to September, but only on sunny days.Otherwise the unfinished plant goes unnoticed.In older books we find that the scientific name CENTAURIUM ERYTHRAEA is related to the
centaur Chiron, who has healed his wounds with this plant.In the Middle Ages, it was used for witchcraft cancellation purposes.The herb contains essential oils, resins, bitter substances.It does not smell, but has a very bitter taste.Bitter substances in the herb, instigating gastric juice, are why we will find the plant in
many tea blends.
Centaury -Naturist Treatments
Centaury is used in the treatment of digestive disorders such as heartburn, stomach disorders, liver diseases, for stimulating the release of bile,etc.It has blood cleansing properties (cleaning) and is useful
in the treatment of skin diseases.The herb helps to reduce fever (it is given as an infusion).The flowers and stems of the plant put in a liter of white wine provide a valuable appetizer that stimulates appetite (it is necessary to put sugar or honey in the extract, it has a strong and very bitter taste).
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Tintaura Planta Medicinala
Tintaura Planta Medicinala
Planta medicinala se numeste stiintific CENTAURIUM ERYTHRAEA, popular i se mai spune tintaula,fierea pamantului, iarba frigurilor.Denumirea ei in limba germana,este-AUSENDGULDENKRAUT, ceea ce tradus inseamna planta celor 1000 de florini, aceasta arata ce importanta si cat de valoroasa este aceasta planta.Planta este perena,creste inalta de 10-40 cm cu o tulpina ce se ramifica doar in zona
florilor.Frunzele de tintaura sunt putin ovale, mai mult lunguiete.Creste in livezi si pajisti in locuri umede si luminoase, in zonele de munte pana la 1000-1200 metri altitudine.Mai creste si in vii (pe dealuri), in zonele defrisate, sub traseele liniilor de inalta tensiune etc.Planta medicinala se culege din luna iunie pana in septembrie, dar numai in zilele insorite.Altfel planta neinflorita trece neobservata.In cartile mai vechi aflam ca denumirea stiintifica CENTAURIUM ERYTHRAEA este legata de centaurul Chiron, care si-a vindecat ranile cu aceasta planta.In Evul Mediu,era folosita in scopuri de anulare a vrajitoriilor.Planta medicinala
contine uleiuri eterice, rasini, substante amare.Nu are miros dar are un gust foarte amar.Substantele amare din planta medicinala, incita formarea sucului gastric, de aceea vom gasi planta in multe amestecuri de ceai.
Tintaura-Tratamente Naturiste
Tintaura se foloseste in tratamentul bolilor aparatului digestiv cum ar fi:pirozisul,tulburari stomacale,in bolile de ficat, pentru stimularea eliberarii secretiei biliare etc.Are proprietati de depurarea sangelui (curatire) si este utila in tratamentul unor boli de piele.Planta medicinala ajuta la scaderea febrei (se
administreaza sub forma de infuzie).Florile si tulpinile plantei puse intr-un litru de vin alb se obtine un aperitiv valoros ce stimuleaza pofta de mancare (este necesar de a pune zahar sau miere in extract, el avand un gust puternic si foarte amar). …citeste mai departe…

duminică, 24 mai 2015

hreanul planta medicinala-horseradish herb

Horseradish herb
Horseradish herb
This herb is used for its root in most households in the preparation of pickles and as a spice.
But horseradish leaves have a wide range of use in folk medicine.
Do not forget that one of the most popular meats,crenwurstii (wiener), have their name in horseradish
(CREN) mainly because they were served spice still over a hundred years ago horseradish root race was over it was no sugar, salt and vinegar.
Horseradish grows especially in gardens around the house.
Of course, the main man is a cultivated plant but is also found in the wild accidental in nature, near wet ditches, creeks waterfront.
Horseradish leaves are flat and undulating and sometimes grow 1-1.5 meters high.
Horseradish blooms during the summer months from June to July, with white flowers, with four petals that give off a strong odor.
Horseradish-natural treatments
Horseradish root, used breed in small quantities has a strong effect on digestion, stimulating it.
It also has a strong diuretic effect which recommends horseradish root in the treatment of edema.
The high content of vitamin C helps in states of anemia,loss of appetite in combat (lack of appetite).
Since ancient times, both leaves and roots of horseradish and have found wide application in the treatment of various diseases and disorders.
Thus, fresh horseradish leaves collected shall apply on the forehead and neck combating the headaches and migraines.
In rheumatic pains in the joints are put horseradish leaves soaked in salt water on the painful area.
Very quickly disappear pain in joints.
Horseradish has a beneficial effect on digestion.
From horseradish root race is a paste that is put on a piece of cloth and apply lombosciatica painful place, and in the groin area where intestinal cramps.
For young people who suffer from specific trouble puberty,acne, apply a mask with horseradish in vinegar solution.
In cases when the nose is stuffy cold, a little horseradish root smell and feel a strong race by leading sting, then it will unclog the nose ... read more ...
hreanul planta medicinalaHreanul planta medicinala
Aceasta planta este folosita pentru radacina ei in majoritatea gospodariilor la prepararea muraturilor si drept condiment.
Dar si frunzele de hrean au o larga intrebuintare in
medicina populara.
Nu trebuie uitat ca unul din preparatele de carne foarte populare,crenwurstii ,isi au denumirea de la hrean (cren) deoarece condimentul principal cu care erau serviti inca acum peste o suta de ani era radacina de hrean rasa,peste care se punea zahar,sare si otet.
Hreanul creste in special langa casa in gradini.
Desigur,in principal este o planta cultivata de om dar se mai gaseste si accidental in stare salbatica in natura,langa santuri umede,la malul paraielor.
Frunzele hreanului sunt late si ondulate si cresc uneori inalte de 1-1,5 metri.
Hreanul infloreste in lunile de vara iunie-iulie,avand floricele albe,cu cate patru petale si care emana un miros puternic.
Hreanul-tratamente naturiste
Radacina de hrean,folosita rasa,in cantitati mici are un puternic efect asupra digestiei,stimuland-o.
Totodata are un puternic efect diuretic ceea ce recomanda radacina de hrean in tratamentul edemelor.
Continutul ridicat de vitamina C ajuta in starile de anemie,in combaterea inapetentei (lipsa poftei de mancare).
Inca din vechime,atat frunzele cat si radacinile de hrean si-au gasit o larga aplicatie in tratamentul diferitelor boli si afectiuni.
Astfel,frunzele proaspete de hrean culese se aplica pe frunte si la ceafa combatand durerile de cap si migrenele.
In durerile reumatice ale articulatiilor se pun frunze de hrean inmuiate in apa cu sare pe locul dureros.
Foarte rapid dispar durerile din articulatii.
Hreanul  are un efect binefacator asupra digestiei.
Din radacina de hrean rasa se obtine o pasta care se pune pe o bucata de panza si se aplica locul dureros in lombosciatica,precum si in zona abdomenului in cazul crampelor intestinale.
Pentru tinerii ce sufera de necazul specific pubertati-acnee,se aplica o masca cu hrean in solutie de otet.
In cazurile de raceala cand nasul este infundat,mirositi putina radacina de hrean rasa si veti simti o puternica intepatura pana in frunte,dupa care nasul se va desfunda ...citeste mai departe...