The use of medicinal herbs
Basic questions on herbs
On the basis of medicinal herbs you can do as medicinal teas and poultices. And most importantly, they are sold at any drug store at very affordable prices.
Can grass provide the same action as medicine
Quite. Herbs often used to treat acute and chronic diseases. But, as a rule, they are used in the early stages of the disease or as a prophylactic. It is important to understand that not every disease is not in all cases, you should take herbs.
What is the healthy tea
This tea, which includes herbs and active constituents, healing properties have been proven by doctors, and to drink them it is necessary in strictly certain dosage. The content of medicinal components in these teas is significantly higher than in conventional herbal teas. On the packaging of medicinal tea must be clearly described its properties, and recommended dosage. Please note! These teas are sold not only in pharmacies but also in conventional grocery stores. So the deciding factor should be where you purchased the tea, as indicated on the packaging.
Which is better: grass in bags or in bulk
Medicinal herbs it is better to buy bags. So you will not go wrong with the desired dosage of active ingredients.
Is it possible Patravi constantly
In any case! Medicinal herbs should be taken only as long until the painful symptoms. In addition, before taking you need to consult a doctor, especially if you have kidney problems or stomach.
How to use medicinal herbs
They help only when chosen correctly. Here is a list of the best remedies for most common ailments.
The plant has anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, astringent and diuretic properties. 2 teaspoons of bearberry leaves pour 250 ml of cold water and allow to steep for a day. Before use, the infusion boil, add baking soda on the tip of a knife and drink 1 /4 Cup 3 times a day.
Its leaves possess antimicrobial property. Therefore, the decoction can not only drink, but also regularly after meals, rinsing their throats. During epidemics to prevent well drink tea with sage.
External application of herbs