Video: ❶ Healing Gifts Of Nature: Barberry
Nature provides us with many medicines, one of which is barberry. This plant was known as far back as Ancient Babylon and Ancient India. Until now, the healing gift of nature, barberry is used in the treatment of many diseases. Location: Location:
Barberry contains many useful substances - this applies not only to the fruit, but also to the leaves of this plant. It is also called sour because its berries and leaves have a pleasant sour taste. It strongly resembles the taste of sorrel, which housewives enjoy with pleasure, using barberry in the preparation of soups, salads, pickling cucumbers.
Also, this medicinal plant is widely used in folk medicine. Barberry promotes muscle contraction, improves the outflow of bile, and helps to constrict blood vessels. Barberry relieves pain well and is also used as an anti-inflammatory agent.
Due to these properties, barberry helps well with vascular disease, blood, is used in the treatment of diseases of the gallbladder, such as gallstone disease and cholecystitis. In addition, this plant is used for hypovitaminosis as an excellent vitamin remedy, due to its high content of vitamin C.
In folk medicine, there is the following recipe for making barberry tincture: 15-20 grams of barberry leaves are poured with half a glass of alcohol and placed in a warm dark place for 2 weeks. When a dark yellow, acidic liquid forms, it means that the tincture is ready. It can be used 3-4 times a day, 30 drops for diseases of the gallbladder, duodenum, blood vessels, as well as neurasthenia.
As an antipyretic agent, a decoction of barberry fruits is used. It is prepared like this: half a teaspoon of barberry berries are boiled in 200 g of water for half an hour, and then filtered. It is recommended to use the broth for half a glass 3 times a day. For periodontitis and other gum inflammation, it is recommended to rinse your mouth with a decoction of barberry. Among other things, a decoction of barberry berries is used in the treatment of cystitis and kidney disease.