The herb is also called whistle, wooden elder, buze, buzzard. The Latin name is Flos Sambuci nigri (Caprifoliaceae).
Description: Shrub or high up to 7m tree with thin, gray crust and soft core. The leaves are opposite, impure. The flowers are white to creamy, small, collected in a thyroid inflorescence on the top of the stems. The beasts are pristine, juicy, with 3-4 shiny, elongated seeds. Blooms May - July, and the fruit ripen August - September.
Chemical composition: essential oil, glycosides, lasicarpine, cinoglossin, allantoin, asparagine, starch, eldrin, rutin, mucous substances, tannins, resins, sugars, choline, organic acids. Vitamin B complex, provitamin A, amino acids, carotenes, anthocyanins (fruit).
Application: for colds, bronchitis, fever, fever, angina, tubercular cough, as a softening agent with a hoarse voice. Enhances cell growth, accelerates healing processes. Nail paints are used in heavily healed wounds, rheumatism, swelling and gout. In stomach and duodenal ulcer, gastritis, hypertension, spring fatigue. Stimulates hepatic function, acts sedatively on the nervous system.
Preparation: 3 teaspoons are boiled in 250 ml boiling water for 10 minutes.
Use: 2-3 cups of hot tea a day. Drinks in sips.
Ingredients:Elder flowers (100%)
Measure: envelope 50 g
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