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LYSIMACHIA VULGARIS L LOOSESTREIFE

Friday, March 5th, 2021

LYSIMACHIA VULGARIS L

Garden Loosestreife

Familya: Primulaceae

Medical Use: Heal and prevent bleeding, antiinflamatory, antiseptic (inner mouth), diarrhea, white discharge (vaginal discharge)

Parts: Leaf and flower.

Side effects:
  • No serious side effect in low dose.

Drug interaction:
  • No interaction reported, cosult a doctor.

How to Use:

Internaly: 

Heal and prevent bleeding, antiinflamatory, diarrhea:

Tea(infusion): 5g fine grinded dry leaf and flower, add 150ml boiled water, brew for 10min, than filter. Drink 2-3 times daily fresh brewd.

Externaly: 

antiseptic (inner mouth):

Tea(infusion): 10g fine grinded dry leaf and flower, add 150ml boiled water, brew for 10min, than filter. Rinse 4-5 times daily.

White discharge:

Tea(infusion): 50g fine grinded leaf and flower, add 1lt boiled water, brew for 10 min, than filter. Wash vaginal area kindly when tea is at body temperatur a couple times daily.

Plinius says the name of herb comes from King Lysimachos. Dioskorides names it ‘lytron’. In middle age its used to heal burises.

It growns in many places of most of continents. Also its a recourse of color pigments for textile industry; Brown from roots, yellow from body.

Content: Glycosides, enzymes, saponins, sugar, tannen, vitamin C

CENTAURİUM ERYTHRAEA RAFN RED GENTIAN

Saturday, February 27th, 2021

CENTAURİUM ERYTHRAEA RAFN (C. umbellatum, Chironieae), Erythrarea Centaurium Pers.

Red Gentian

Red Centaury, Common Centaury, Feverfoullie

Family: Gentianaceae

Medical use: Fever, after disease, stress, diarrhea, loss of appetite, wound

Part: Herb with flower, root

Side effect:
  • No side effect in suggested dose reported. No sufficient info, consult a doctor
Drug interactions:
  • No interactions reported. No sufficient info, consult a doctor

How to Use:

Internaly:

Fever, after disease, stress, diarrhea, loss of appetite:

Tea: 1g grinded herb with flower, add 150ml water in room temperature, brew 8hours, filter. 2 times a day, half hour before dinners. Dont add any sweetening

Tea: 3g grinded herb with flower, add 150ml boiled water, brew 10min than filter. 2 times a day, half hour before dinners. Dont add any sweetening

After disease:

Wine: 60g herb with flower should brewd in a liter of wine for 6 days, than filtered. 100ml, 2 times a day

Externaly:

Wound:

Herb: Herb with flower, press and smash fine. Bandage it on wound

Name Centaurium comes from mythological creature, man-horse (centaur). It is called also Chironieae too, refered to master herbal healer Chiron. The specification of this strain Erythraea points its red flowers (greek ‘red’). Romans have named it as felis terrae.

Native for many regions of world.

Content: Amarogentin, gentiopicrin, stearin, sugar, palmitic acit, ceryl alkol, phytosterol, magnesium, potasium, resine