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RUBUS IDAEUS L RASPBERRY

Wednesday, April 7th, 2021

RUBUS IDAEUS L

Raspberry

Family: Rosaceae

Medical use: anti-inflamatuar, loss of apetit, blood cleaner, kidney inflamations, diuretic, organise mensturation, lack of vitamin C, antiseptic, flue, fever, diabetes, gastrointestinal and cardiovasculer disorders, diet drink

Parts: Leafs and flowers, young shoots. Also fruits

Side effects:
  • No side effect expected in recommended dose.
  • Can act as an estrogen, recommended to use under a doctors control
  • Can decrease blood suger.
Drug interaction:
  • Can act as an estrogen, recommended to use under a doctors control
Warnings:
  • Nor recommended under 18 age.
  • There is a little risk of alergic reaction, if so dont use.
  • Dont drink tea of herb longer than 3 days or gargle longer than one week without consulting a doctor.

How to Use:

Internaly: 

anti-inflamatuar, loss of apetit, blood cleaner, kidney inflamations, diuretic, organise mensturation, lack of vitamin C, flue, fever, diabetes, gastrointestinal and cardiovasculer disorders, diet drink:

Tea(infusion): 1,5-8 gr fine grinded leafs, add 150ml boiled water, brew 15-20dk than filter. 3 times a day, fresh brewd.

Dry extract(4:1, water): 115-225mg a dose, max 4 times a day, 30 min after eating

Flue, fever:

Raspberry vinegar (Acetum ıdaeı cum Sacchoro):

1 raspberry juice: 2 wine vinegar mix. Mostly mixed 1:1 with water while drinik. 1-2 spoon a dose.

After illness and surgery:

plenty of fruits or juice

Externaly: 

antiseptic (mouth, throat):

Tea(infusion): 1,5-8 gr fine grinded leafs, add 150ml boiled water, brew 15-20dk than filter. 3 times a day gargle with it, fresh brewd. Vinegar also can used for gargle too.

Farming of Raspberry has started at middle age but its known due to archeological evidence of seeds that its already somehow cultivated long before that. Started to used in 16century as medicine.

Holland, Spain, France and Portugal count it in pharmacopeia.

In Skandinavien traditionaly used in pregnancy for many benefits but clinical results about that is controversial.

Vinegar mixed with raspberry is a good support for heart. Fruits and its products can used for getting better after illness and surgery.

Content: Ellagic and citric acids, vitamin C, phenolics. Anthocyanins cyanidin-3-sophoroside, cyanidin-3-(2(G)-glucosylrutinoside), cyanidin-3-glucoside, lambertianin C, trace levels of flavonols, hydroxycinnamate.
100 g raspberies contains about 40 mg calcium, 30 mg magnesium, 170 mg potassium, 25 mg vitamin C.

GLYCYRRHIZA GLABRA L LICORICE

Sunday, February 28th, 2021

GLYCYRRHIZA GLABRA L

Licorice, Licuorice

Family: Papilionaceae

Medical use: Phlegm and ure remover, general stimulant, blood cleaner, respiratory problems, angina, asthma, cough, protective against bronchitis, aphtha

Parts: Root (with or without bark)

Side effect:
  • Rarely can cause dizziness, headache, tiredness and lack of water.
  • Glycyrrhizinic acid in it can increase blood pressure in high dose.
  • Not recommended by heart diseases, because of reducing water in body
  • Can act estorogene-like, therefore can cause lack of sexual drive by males. Also same reason makes it dangerous for womans with breast, uterine or ovarian canser
  • Can decrease level of potassium in blood, can cause problems by nerves and muscles
Drug interactions:
  • Can decrease effect of blood thinners like Coumadin
  • Can decrease level of potassium in blood, therefore using with drugs like Edecrin (also decreases potassium level) can be dangerous and increase side effects of Digoxin (Lanoxin)
  • Drugs, changed by liver, like ketamine (Ketalar), phenobarbital, orphenadrine (Norflex), secobarbital (Seconal), dexamethasone (Decadron), celecoxib (Celebrex), diclofenac (Voltaren), fluvastatin (Lescol), glipizide (Glucotrol), ibuprofen (Advil, Motrin), irbesartan (Avapro), losartan (Cozaar), phenytoin (Dilantin), piroxicam (Feldene), tamoxifen (Nolvadex), tolbutamide (Tolinase), torsemide (Demadex), etc, can interact with it
Warning:
  • It effects stronger by females
  • Dont use longer than 2 weeks

How to Use:

Internaly:

phlegm and ure remover, general stimulant, blood cleaner, respiratory problems, asthma, cough, protective against bronchitis

Tea: 1 turkish tea spoon grinded root, add 150ml boiled water, brew 10min, filter. 2-3 times a day.

Soft extract (3:1, water): 1,5g a dose, 3 times a day

Licorice honey: Fine grinded roots should boiled in water, after water exhausts the rest called as licorice honey. Take 0,5-1g a day

Angina:

Tea: 10g grinded root, add 450ml water, boil until water goes down to half, filter. Drink slowly once a day. Max 3 days

Cough:

Tea: 20g grinded root, add 500ml water in room temperature, brew 10-12hours, filter. Drink as three parts in a day

Ulcer:

Tea: 50g grinded root, add 1lt water, boil 5min, remove from heat, let brew 8-10hours, filter. Drink slowly in one day.

Tea: 15g grinded root, add 400ml water, boil until water goes down to half, filter. 2 times a day.

Externaly:

Aphtha:

Tea: 50g grinded root, add 250ml water, boil 5min, filter. Rinse your mouth 4 times a day with it, not too long.

Its name considered to come from ‘glyks: sweet’ and ‘rhiza: root’. It originates in China and Russia, but growns in Europa, eastern Mediterranean and Anatolia.

By some ancient Egyptian papyrus, dated about 3000bc, has many medical reciepes includes licorice. It has a important place in chinese and mongolian traditional medicine.

Traditionaly a sherbet (sweet drink) produced from licorice is a beloved summer drink in southern provinces. It is the main taste in Cola. Its used to flavour foods and sweets.

Content: Glycyrrhizin (acts saponin-like) is the main component, anethole, tannen, starch (polysaccaride), aspargine, isoflavene glabrene and isoflavene glabridin