Therapeutic properties of St. John's wort and its use in folk medicine
Since ancient times in the recipes of traditional medicine, St. John's wort finds its application. This multi-year healing plant blooms from June to August. That is all summer. Numerous St. John's wort flowers are collected on the tops of branches and stems in golden-yellow inflorescences. Cultivate a curative plant as a cultural plant. In nature, St. John's wort, like many medicinal herbs, photos of which reflect all their beauty and diversity, occurs between growing trees and bushes, along the country roads and in the rare forests. You can also see it on the hills and glades.
The healing properties of St. John's wort are used by folk healers when getting rid of numerous ailments. In the grass plants contain resinous and tanning elements, hypericin and flavonoids, saponins and essential oil, vitamins PP, C and P, nicotinic acid and phytoncides, as well as alkaloids. Thanks to these active components, the basic medical properties of St. John's wort appear.
Medicines made from a medicinal plant are not toxic. They are able to positively influence the body and have various effects on it, namely astringents, hemostatic, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, bile and anthelmintic, analgesic, biostimulating, diuretic, disinfectant, antidepressant, soothing, antispasmodic, restorative, photosensitizing.
The healing properties of St. John's wort allow it to be used to stimulate appetite. Healing grass activates the functioning of the digestive system, normalizes the work of the heart, strengthens the walls of the capillaries and helps to narrow the vessels. St. John's wort, the medicinal properties of which allow it to be used for pathologies of the gastrointestinal tract, kidneys, liver, and as a wound-healing remedy, can stimulate the endocrine glands and metabolic processes that occur in the body.
Infusion of medicinal herbs is recommended for the course of therapy in the presence of myocarditis and endocarditis, atherosclerosis and cholecystitis, pyelonephritis and prostatitis. He helps the St. John's wort in getting rid of cholelithiasis and glomerulonephritis, vitiligo and mastopathy.
The healing properties of St. John's wort appear in the treatment of chronic gastritis. To get rid of this disease, a course of taking a herbal infusion lasting two months is carried out. The medicine is taken daily three times a hundred milliliters in volume. For the preparation of infusion, you need to pour one tablespoon of prepared grass with a glass of boiling water. The solution is filtered through an hour, withstood in a container covered with a lid.
Oily tincture of raw medicinal herbs is used in the treatment of ulcers of the duodenum and stomach. To make such a preparation, a fresh pot of apple is filled with fresh St. John's wort. The capacity is poured to the brim with sunflower or olive oil. After holding the resulting mass in a water bath for half an hour and further bringing it to room temperature, careful filtration of the tincture is necessary. Store the resulting oil in a refrigerator in a container of darkened glass.
Finds its application in St. John's Wort and when getting rid of bed-wetting. It helps with tuberculosis. Compresses from the decoction of St. John's wort are recommended for diseases of the articular system.