It has a clamping, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic and hauling action.
The herb is also called tetra, kukush and oak forest. The Latin name is Folium Cotinus coggygria.
Perennial shrub, up to 2 m high, with reddish bark, leaves light-green, elliptical, blunt on the top, red in autumn. Blooms in May - June.
tanning substances (galanthanes up to 25%), flavon glycosides, gallic acid; Essential oil (myrcene, camphene, etc.)
external: gingivitis in inflammation of the gums and oral cavity, washing of vaginal inflammations; Compresses with decoction in hemorrhoids, dermatitis, sweating of the feet. It has a clamping, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic and hauling action.
for gargles - 1 tablespoon of leaves are boiled with 1/2 l water for 5 minutes. After cooling, strain. For baths - 50 g of leaves are poured with 2 liters of boiling water, boil for 20 minutes, stays for one hour and squeezes.
Usage: external: gargle and wash, bath and compress.
Ingredients: Smoketree leaves (100%)
- Can be used by:Children
- Beneficial effect on problems with:Gynecological
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