The essential medicinal ingredients of the devil's claw are in the root. More specifically, in the root foothills. However, it is not at all clear which of the countless substances it contains is actually responsible for the effect.
This is related to the bitter substances in the devil's claw. The African medicinal plant, which is usually used primarily for the relief of back pain or rheumatic complaints, also acts digestive because of these bitter substances.
The medicinal plant bloodroot acts due to their numerous Gerbstoffe "contracting". Astringent is what the medical profession calls it, meaning in the broadest sense a mucous membrane-sealing, wound-healing effect. Since the ingredients of the bloodroot also have anti-inflammatory properties, the plant in natural medicine is a popular diarrhea.
As tea. At least that is the most recommended option, because in this way also sufficient liquid is added. And so that blueberries are a good diarrhea, they should be fed together with water.
Umckaloabo® is a purely herbal medicine that is used to treat acute bronchitis. The active substance is an extract of the root of a special type of geranium that grows in South Africa. The herbal remedy seems to develop in the bronchi above all an antibacterial and antiviral effect.
Bitter clover used to be a natural remedy for feverish diseases. Hence the common name Fever clover. However, according to current knowledge, such an effect is incomprehensible. It is certain, however, that bitter clover helps against gastrointestinal problems such as feeling of fullness, stomach depressions and loss of appetite.
Comfrey is a medicinal herb that has been used since time immemorial for minor injuries such as bruises or sprains. Even with bruising or tendonitis, externally applied comfrey can be helpful.
Wild garlic is available practically throughout Europe. And if you are currently in Eastern Russia or China: there too. If you want to collect the medicinal plant and have not received any advice from locals, the best attempt is always in deciduous forests.
Even in the Middle Ages, wild garlic was known as a medicinal plant. At that time, the herb smelling of garlic was regarded as a remedy against various cinnamon sticks, but also against mischief in general. Today, wild garlic extracts are mainly used for gastrointestinal complaints, hypertension and to protect against arteriosclerosis.
First of all, you need dried valerian roots for it. They are available in well-stocked pharmacies (not only with ready-made drugs on sales squint) and in various herb shops on the Internet.
With tablets, a cold takes a week. And without tablets seven days. You can also do without it and instead prefer to resort to natural resources.
Lavender has long been considered a good sleep aid. Even against nervous tension, the herb should be helpful. The crucial active ingredients are in the flowers.
There are many medicinal and herbal teas with calming and sleep-inducing effects, but one of the best proven combinations is valerian and hops.
If pulled, bruised, or bruised, arnica compress can help relieve discomfort. The flowers of the plant are used.
They brought them into our latitudes. The angelica root, also known as angelica, is originally native to the far north, especially in Scandinavia. The Vikings, who invaded Central Europe more and more frequently around the year 1000 AD, in addition to conquests and trade had in mind, made the angelica root in this country popular.
Angelica fruit and Anglicaceae are used as diuretic and sweaty medicinal plants. However, the effect is not scientifically proven.
Which medicinal plant contains the bitter substance Marrubiin and should help with bloating and irritable stomach?
The common andorn (Marrubium vulgare). The medicinal plant has been known since the earliest historiography and was even cultivated in the Middle Ages. The bitter substance marrubiin contained in the leaves stimulates salivation and is said to help with various gastrointestinal complaints.
The hornet (Common hornet, Marrubium vulgare) is only moderately well known to us, but was used as a medicinal plant in ancient Greece. Tea preparations from the dried leaves are mainly to help with gastrointestinal complaints (bloating, irritable stomach, bloating).
Aloe vera promotes the regeneration of the skin. The water storage is supported, which has a positive effect on the skin elasticity. The extent to which creams or gels with aloe vera thus prevent skin aging and are therefore suitable as anti-aging preparations, is controversial.
Alant has been known as a medicinal plant since ancient times. It used to be a panacea. Today, it is mainly used as a proven cough medicine.
Thyme extracts are most commonly used for cough and respiratory infections. The thyme preparations develop an antispasmodic effect in the respiratory tract, which leads to a relief of the symptoms.
Melissa tea is generally tonic, soothing and antispasmodic. It also relieves irritability and nervousness.
Hop cones and hop flowers are known as a gentle sedative and as a medicinal plant against sleep disorders. The preparation of hops tea:
The usual valerian supplements are either teas, tinctures or powders.
Because valerian has virtually no side effects and also produces no dependence. That's the problem with most of the synthetic sleep aids, including the so-called benzodiazepines.
Field horsetail are said to have diuretic, blood purifying, hemostatic and anti-inflammatory effects.
Field horsetail is good for picking up as tea or brew.If you are not using any finished medicines, simply brew the minced stems with hot water.
If you are not using finished medicines but are preparing the plant yourself, you should brew the minced stems with hot water and then apply in a wrap or with a cloth to the wound.
In the Middle Ages, horsetail straw was also used to clean tin pots. Hence the name of this medicinal herb known since time immemorial.
The Aloe vera plant (also called desert lily) contains a variety of effective ingredients that can be helpful in their unique combination in many diseases as a supportive treatment.
Arnica is anti-inflammatory and can be helpful in the form of envelopes in:
Officially, none are known. Therefore, valerian supplements are often recommended or prescribed for sleep disorders, even if they are not as potent as synthetic sleep aids.
No, not under normal circumstances. Therefore, valerian supplements are often recommended or prescribed for sleep disorders, even if they are not as potent as synthetic sleep aids.
Normally, conventional medicine is having a hard time treating herbal medicines as equivalent to synthetic medicines. In the case of depression it is different. St. John's wort, the best-known anti-depressant medicine, is officially recognized and often prescribed by doctors.
Tea from field horsetail or horsetail (two different names for the same medicinal plant) has a diuretic and immunostimulating effect. Therefore, it is often recommended as a complementary treatment for inflammation of the kidneys, bladder or urinary tract.
The benign enlargement of the prostate is very common in old age. It is also called benign prostatic hyperplasia.
There are several forms of bladder weakness (incontinence). In stress incontinence, the unwanted urination occurs when laughing, sneezing or lifting loads. Cause is usually a connective tissue weakness. Especially a pelvic floor training helps here.
Linden flower tea has been a well-known natural remedy for inflammation (catarrh) of the upper respiratory tract for centuries. The lime bloom of the lime blossom released in the tea has a soothing and soothing effect and reduces the irritation of the throat.
Plantain contains mucilages that protectively protect against inflamed mucous membranes, and tannins that stimulate the skin and mucous membranes to contract (astringent action). In addition, ribwort plantain also contains substances that have a direct antibacterial effect.
Digitalis, a so-called cardiac glycoside, is extracted from the Red Foxglove. Digitalis is a toxin, but it stimulates the heart muscle to contract more tightly.