The Latin name of the herb is Turiones Pini.
evergreen pine wood, high up to 40 m. The bark at the bottom of the stem is dark gray and the top is reddish brown. The leaves are needle-shaped, located two in the tufts of vagina, up to 7-8 cm long, gray-green. Colors are same-sex. Blooms May - June.
essential oil (pinen), diterpenes, bitter substances, vitamin C, K, B, provitamin A, resins, mineral salts, pinnacrine, pinicacrine, tannins, lemon.
Internal - in respiratory tract illness (angina, bronchitis, catarrh, cough, shortness of breath) as an expectorant and antiseptic agent, urinary tract diseases with kidney stones, inflammation of the gall bladder. External: for gargle, inhalations, cold rubbing, aromatic baths.
Usage: internally - one cup of coffee three times a day. External: inhalations.
Preparation: Pour 50 g of pine nuts in 1 liter of water until the water remains half, after cooling, with sugar or honey. For inhalations, 20 g of pine tips are placed in 250 ml of boiling water.
Ingredients: Pine tips (100%)
Measure: envelope 70 g
- Can be used by:Children
- Beneficial effect on problems with:Kidneys
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