Badan - a plant that normalizes blood pressure, eliminates digestive problems and not only
Badan - a plant that belongs to the species of evergreens, is often grown as an ornamental flower. His leaves are no less beautiful than flowers. They are so large and original that they are also called "elephant ears".The native land of this plant is Central Asia. Badan is widely distributed in the mountains of Siberia. We will talk about why it is often recommended to use bahan as a home healer. Contraindications to its use and methods of preparation are issues that interest "herbalists."
The basis of many recipes of traditional medicine is bahan. Application of the leaves of an adult plant is popular for the reason that with age their benefit becomes only greater. The leaves of the badana remain green even in the frosty winter and do not dry out.
Badan is a plant whose leaves have a number of useful properties. This is not surprising, because they, like the root, contain an incredible amount of polyphenols, dextrin, ellagic acid, hydroquinone. Ascorbic acid in its composition is not less than in lemon. In addition, Badan contains phytoncides, tannins and trace elements such as copper, iron and manganese.
Drugs and infusions based on this unique plant are shown to many people. Someone for treatment, but someone for preventive purposes does not hurt to use such funds. The plant has anti-inflammatory, astringent, antiseptic and diuretic properties. If you have problems with the digestive tract, you should also pay attention to bahan. The use of its leaves perfectly helps to cope with such problems as colitis and diarrhea. In diseases caused by intestinal or typhoid chopsticks, the use of healer leaves called "badan" is also successfully practiced.
The plant quickly helps to cope with sore throats, headaches and migraine, nausea, urinary tract infections. Also, the therapeutic effect is achieved in the fight against fibroids, erosions of the cervix and with various bleeding. It is noted that hypertonics are very useful in the form of broths to use bahan. The plant contains a number of substances that lower blood pressure.
Collecting the leaves and roots of the flower( in the first half of summer) is usually made a decoction. A glass of water is poured into the dishes, 1 tbsp.crushed leaves or rhizomes. Boil the next broth you need 20 minutes. So you will receive your medicine, obtained from such a wonderful plant as bahan. It is recommended to use decoction before eating 1-2 tablespoons.
The plant has a rhizome that contains more useful substances than the leaves of an adult flower. That is why it is more convenient and easier to store stocks of dry roots. Digging roots can be throughout the summer, as opposed to collecting leaves. After digging up the roots, they must be washed and separated from the remains of the earth and thin rootlets, washed and dried. Keep in the heaps of collected raw materials is not recommended for longer than 3 days. This avoids the initiation of the decay process. Fresh roots are first dried and then placed in a dryer. Dry them at a temperature of no more than 60 ° C for about 3 weeks. You can now easily prepare your own food for yourself. The plant can be stored in this state for as long as 4 years without losing its useful properties.
Among a considerable number of useful properties, which possesses bahdan, contraindications to its use are very few. With prolonged use of tinctures, decoctions and other badan products, constipation may occur. People with increased blood clotting application of badana is also not recommended. Given that the heart rate increases the heart rate, it is better not to take it for people suffering from tachycardia. Be healthy!