Application: internally - in case of impaired formation and secretion of bile, gallstones and biliary colic. The herb has a choleretic, antispasmodic and analgesic effect. It is also used for atony (weakness) of the intestine, decreased appetite, tuberculosis. Externally: for skin lichens, eczema, dermatitis, hemorrhoids.
The herb is also called rabbit's tail, bitter grass or radish. The Latin name of the herb is Herba fumariae Officinalis.
Description: Perennial herbaceous plant with bare, hollow, strongly branched stem. The leaves are intricately pinnately cut, bluish-green. Flowers purple - red, small, gathered in racemes, with a two - leafed calyx with 4 petals. Blooms April - July.
Chemical composition: Contains about 1% isoquiniline alkaloids (protopine and cryptopine), fumaric acid, fumarin, mucous substances, phytosterols and others.
Usage: internally: in the form of a cold extract up to 3 cups a day.
Externally: in the form of paws.
Preparation: 2 teaspoons of herb are poured with 500 ml of cold water, left to soak for 8 hours and filtered (dose for one day). The rest of the strainer is used for warm paws.
Warning: the plant is POISONOUS! Admission should be done only on prescription!
Packaging: envelope 70 g.
- Can be used by:Women
- Beneficial effect on problems with:Weight
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