The herb is also called bitter grass, male cinquefoil or butterbur. Its Latin name is Herba Gentianae cruciatae.
Description: Perennial herbaceous plant with thick, vertical rhizome. Stems up to 60 cm tall, ascending, unbranched. Leaves back ovate or lanceolate, with 3 veins, obtuse at the apex. Flowers vertebrately located in the axils of the uppermost leaves, blue-green. Blooms July - August.
Chemical composition: Contains bitter glycosides with secoiridoid structure, xanthones, di and trisaccharides, pectins mucous substances, fatty oil, tannins, essential oil, pyridine alkaloids and others.
Usage: internally: in the form of a decoction of 1 cup of coffee 1/2 hour before meals 3 times a day. Externally for rinsing.
Preparation: 1 teaspoon of herb is poured with 1/2 liter of water, boil for 5 minutes. The same infusion is used for rinsing.
Composition: stalk cinquefoil blue (100%)
Packaging: envelope 50 g.
- Can be used by:Children
- Beneficial effect on problems with:Immunity
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