Healing properties of golden hair

Healing properties of golden hair

Bupleurum aureum - a good healer

I would like to acquaint gardeners of the European part of Russia with the golden buckwheat - a valuable medicinal plant that is found in nature only in the Urals and Siberia.

There are many different types of bullocks in Russia. For example, in the academic multivolume work "Flora of the USSR" 42 species are described. In the European part of Russia, the round-leaved bupless is more common than others (Bupleurum rotundifolium). it annual plant... But another species of Bupleurum multinerve is a perennial plant up to 70 cm high and others.

Ours is a completely different matter - Siberian - golden bullop (Bupleurum aureum). It's powerful and beautiful perennial herb Umbellate family with a thick horizontal rhizome, a straight stem as tall as a person, large light green leaves with a bluish bloom and large loose umbrellas of golden yellow flowers. Inhabits sparse forests, along forest edges, in forest meadows, along river banks.


When a bullock blooms, and it blooms at the beginning of the hay season, when summer is at the top, it seems that the sun itself has spread over the meadows. But as soon as the sun wanes, the blush disappears from the meadows - the buckwheat fades. Seeds begin to ripen. They ripen early - at the beginning of August... Ripe seeds are dark brown oblong achenes about 5 mm long.

Properties and application of golden hair

Traditional herbalists have long been using follicle patients. IN folk medicine this plant is used for nervous diseases, scrofula, fever, as an anti-inflammatory, laxative, mild tonic. Leaves are applied to various wounds, ulcers, burns for quick healing.

Pharmacologists paid attention to the golden bollush only in the middle of the last century. Research of Tomsk scientists (V.G. Vogralik and others) it was found that the aerial part of the plant contains saponins, flavonoids (quercetin, rutin, etc.), coumarins, essential oil, carotene, vitamins C and P. permeability of blood capillaries, which improves blood circulation. In official medicine, the buckwheat is known as a good choleretic agent for diseases of the liver and gallbladder.

It has a sokogonic effect on the stomach and pancreas, regulates the activity of the gastrointestinal tract, and is used in the treatment of hypertension. Modern research has established that the buckwheat protects the liver from the effects of various poisons, has anti-tumor activity.

In culture, it is advisable to use not the entire aerial part of the plant (as they say in herbalists), but only the upper 35-50 cm long, leaving the lower part for root nutrition. This is all the more expedient because the content of nutrients in flowers and leaves is 3-5 times higher than in the stems. Harvesting is carried out during flowering. The herb is dried in a dark, ventilated place. It turned out that preparations from dry raw materials are more effective than from fresh ones. Raw materials are stored in paper bags for five years.

In everyday life, an aqueous broth is prepared from it: 1 tablespoon of chopped herbs in 1 cup of boiling water, boil for 5 minutes and leave for 15 minutes. Apply three times a day, 0.5 cups before meals for three weeks. Bupleus is also good as a component of herbal tea, especially after eating fatty foods.

More than half a century ago, Siberian botanists began to conduct research on the introduction of various types of buckwheat into the culture. And they came to the conclusion that the most productive and easy-to-breed species is the golden hairball. They also found that the content of useful active substances in the plants of the bupless grown in culture is significantly higher than that of those that live in nature.



Growing bullocks

It is not very difficult to grow a buckwheat on a personal plot. Seeds sown before winter give amicable shoots in early spring. When sowing in spring, the seeds should be pre-stratified, i.e. soak for 30-40 days in damp sand at a temperature of about 0 ° C (you can in the refrigerator). Sow in early spring in grooves to a depth of 2-3 cm in normal garden soil. Seedlings will grow over the summer. In the fall or early spring of next year, it must be planted in a permanent place. Plants are placed in a lighted place after 30-35 cm. They do not need special care, the bullock is undemanding to the soil, winter-hardy. Bupless plants are durable - in nature they reach 50 years of age, so it can be grown in one place for a long time. In the future, plants can be propagated by dividing the rhizomes.

Unfortunately, bullock seeds are not available for sale in Semena stores, even in Moscow. But everyone can grow it on their site - I will willingly send bullock seeds. They, as well as planting material for maral root, wild garlic, rhodiola, golden currant, alfredia, Siberian kandyk, kalufer and more than 200 other rare medicinal, spicy plants, vegetables, flowers and shrubs can be ordered from the catalog. Send an envelope with your address - in it you will receive the catalog for free.

The catalog can also be found on the website www.sem-ot-anis.narod.ru or to receive by e-mail - send a request to E-mail: [email protected] - Gennady Pavlovich Anisimov - 634024, Tomsk, st. 5th Army, 29, apt. 33. Mob. t. +7 (913) 851-81-03

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Tonic drink

This is a miraculous drink, it is taken warm. The aroma and taste are pleasant and delicate.

Drink recipe:

  1. boil 200 ml of water
  2. pour a spoonful of dried leaves
  3. leave to infuse for 3-4 hours.

With such broths and infusions, you will benefit your body.

Add a spoonful of honey to enhance the properties of the drink.

Tincture for infections and viruses

The process of preparing alcohol tincture consists of several stages:

  1. take dried leaves
  2. pour in 1.5 liters of alcohol
  3. let it brew for 14 days
  4. sometimes shake the contents
  5. decant after a two-week period.

The duration of treatment is no more than 30 days. Take 30 drops 3 times a day.

We treat the gallbladder

The infusion is used to treat the gallbladder. The recipe is as follows:

  1. grind 20 g of dried leaves (if there are no dried leaves, replace them with 50 g of fresh ones)
  2. we put them in a container
  3. pour 2 glasses of vodka (you can use rubbing alcohol)
  4. put in a dark place for 14 days.

The treatment period is 21 days. Take 20 drops of the tincture before meals.

Liver medicine

To prepare this drink, you should:

  1. in 200 ml of boiling water, insist 20 g of dried leaves
  2. let it brew for an hour
  3. express, ready.

Despite the amazing properties of this plant, and tangible results in the cure of many diseases, the buckwheat was not included in the lists of official medicine. The Pharmacopoeia uses neither underground nor aerial parts of the plant.

At the same time, some research institutes conducted research and really confirmed what ordinary people have known for many centuries in a row.


Milk thistle seeds

ALTAI milk thistle seeds 1 kg 2500 liver and gall bladder diseases
cirrhosis of the liver
hepatitis B
hepatitis C
jaundice,
Alzheimer's disease
poisoning
poisoning with fly agaric, pale toadstools
intoxication
alcoholism
prolonged alcohol and drug intoxication
toluene poisoning for a long time
chemotherapy
oncological diseases
prostate cancer
breast cancer
cervical cancer
diabetes
insulin-dependent type 2 diabetes
fungal skin diseases (dermatophytes and saprophytes)
psoriasis
allergic diseases
arthritis
radiculitis
convulsions
kidney disease
pancreatitis
constipation
dysbiosis
cystitis
pyelonephritis.
Main impact:

hepatoprotective, antihepatotoxic, protects the cell membranes of liver cells from destructive factors: poisons, toxins, alcohol, fungicidal, lowering cholesterol levels, reducing insulin dependence in patients with type 2 diabetes, including those with liver cirrhosis, slowing the growth of cancerous tumors.

The main active ingredient - silymarin (silibinin) - hepatoprotector, antioxidant, fights free radicals, stabilizes and restores liver cells. In our online herbal store you can buy the highest quality milk thistle seeds with high levels of silymarin content, without admixture of other seeds.

Milk thistle is also rich in vitamins, polyunsaturated fatty acids.

In Europe, milk thistle has been grown for a long time in monastery gardens, and milk thistle has been used both in Western Siberia and in Ancient Greece. This plant has been known for its beneficial properties since ancient times.

Dozens of scientific studies are being conducted with milk thistle in modern times. Beneficial substances, extracts are released from it, its useful and harmful properties are sought. However, the most effective will always be a natural, natural remedy, harmonious and natural, invented by nature itself.

Studies have shown that the active components of milk thistle inhibit the growth of cancerous tumors, help in the treatment of type 2 diabetes mellitus (insulin-dependent), protect liver cells from poisons, fight fungal diseases, block the hepatitis C virus, and restore liver cells.

Chemical workers exposed to long-term exposure to toluene vapors and other toxic compounds, milk thistle will protect liver cells from the harmful effects of these poisons and restore already damaged cells. Controlling ALT and AST tests in these workers while taking milk thistle showed a significant improvement in performance.

Patients forced to take psychotropic drugs for a long time expose their liver to drug damage. But even here milk thistle and the silybin (silymarin) contained in it can help.

During and after chemotherapy and radiation therapy, milk thistle can be indispensable and protect the liver from destruction by potent drugs, while at the same time inhibiting the growth of tumors - a double benefit.

With cirrhosis of the liver, hepatitis, toxic liver damage, alcoholism, drug addiction:

25 g of whole milk thistle seeds (3 tablespoons) pour 3 cups of water, bring to a boil, hold in a water bath for 20 minutes, cool to room temperature. Take 1-2 tablespoons 10-12 times a day. The seeds can also be eaten by chewing. You can take it for a long time, 1-2 months. Then take a break, during which to take other fees and herbs for the liver. It can be combined with golden hair follicle and mollusk to enhance the effect.

During the course of chemotherapy and radiation therapy:

Pour 2 tablespoons of milk thistle seeds with 500 ml of water, stirring occasionally, bring to a boil and leave to infuse for 1 hour. Shake before use, drink 1-2 tablespoons every 10-60 minutes until you feel better.

For weight loss, lowering cholesterol levels, improving digestion: pour 1 tablespoon of milk thistle seeds with 500 ml of boiling water, leave for 20 minutes, take ½ cup 3-4 times a day before meals.

For liver diseases in children (cholecystitis, biliary dyskinesia, hepatitis, jaundice): pour 2 teaspoons of seeds with 200 ml of water, bring to a boil, leave for 1 hour. Strain. Take ¼ glass 3-4 times daily before meals.

In case of poisoning and intestinal infections in children, accompanied by nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, take the above broth 5-10 ml every half hour during the day (without taking a break at night), then every hour until you feel better.

Milk thistle meal is milk thistle seeds, crushed to a powdery state using a mill, coffee grinder, mortar. It is best to prepare the meal shortly before consumption, as milk thistle contains a large amount of oil, which can quickly deteriorate during storage.

Application of milk thistle meal

With liver diseases, hepatitis, cirrhosis, cholecystitis, poisoning, prolonged intoxication, alcoholism, drug addiction, taking synthetic drugs that harm the liver, hemorrhoids, radiation and chemotherapy, atherosclerosis, high cholesterol levels, the threat of heart attack and stroke, arthritis, seizures, diseases , diabetes, pancreatitis, psoriasis, vitiligo, dermatitis, allergies, varicose veins, alopecia, adnexitis, cervical cancer, breast cancer, there are several ways to take milk thistle meal.

1 way to use milk thistle meal

1 tablespoon of milk thistle meal (seeds crushed into powder) pour 500 ml of water, bring to a boil, leave for one hour, strain (you can shake it, drink it without straining it with the meal), take ¼ cup 3 times a day half an hour before meals ...

2 way to use milk thistle meal

Chew 1 teaspoon of meal in the mouth with a glass of water. Half an hour before meals, 2-3 times a day. 3 way of using milk thistle meal 1 teaspoon of meal pour ¼ cup boiling water, stir well and eat the resulting gruel with water. Also take before meals.

Cleansing the liver with olive oil with milk thistle

Pour 200 ml of olive oil over 1 tablespoon of milk thistle meal, bring to a boil, stirring occasionally, heat in a water bath for another 10 minutes. Allow to cool, pour into a tightly sealed glass container and store in a cool place.

Take a tablespoon in the morning on an empty stomach, one hour before meals. 3-4 weeks.

Hepatoprotective Milk Thistle Tea for Improving Digestion

Mix 50 g of milk thistle meal, 50 g of chopped saltwort and 50 g of golden hairs. Pour 2 teaspoons of the collection with a glass of boiling water, leave for ten minutes, strain and drink in the morning before meals. In case of digestive disorders, pain in the liver, diabetes mellitus, take this tea every time before meals.


Dried Basil Recipes

In Italy, this spice is added to almost all dishes. In the industry, sausages, sauces are flavored, baked goods at home are introduced into cutlets, roast meat and poultry. The taste is harmoniously combined with other spices - coriander, rosemary, parsley, tarragon. You can travel to the Mediterranean from any region of Russia. Even if the regan was not grown on its own plot, it can be purchased at the store.

Spice is added to the first, second, snacks. But you need to adhere to the recipe recommendations. When abused, the combination of tastes is violated.

Pumpkin cream soup

To prepare a dish, you need to prepare a grocery set:

  • half a sweet butternut squash
  • 3 pcs. carrot
  • 1 PC. Bell pepper
  • 3 chicken fillets
  • 250 ml cream
  • 4 tbsp. l. olive oil
  • 4 slices of white bread
  • 0.5 tsp dried basil
  • ground dried garlic and salt to taste.

In a deep frying pan, fry fillet pieces in olive oil until golden brown, pour in 1/3 of the cream, and when the liquid evaporates, sprinkle with basil. While cooking, cut the pumpkin into cubes, and the carrots with chopsticks. Vegetables are added to the finished fillet, poured with water to cover the surface, stew until soft. Add water to get the desired consistency, pour in cream, add some salt, beat with an immersion blender.

The croutons are fried separately - pieces of bread are laid out in a frying pan greased with olive oil, sprinkled with ground garlic. Served in plates - croutons are spread on the soup, one for each portion.

Meatballs

This is a very simple and familiar dish that has been given a new flavor thanks to the seasoning. To prepare it, you need:

  • bread - 0.5 loaves
  • minced beef - 250 g
  • minced pork - 200 g
  • hard cheese - 60 g
  • milk - 0.5 cups
  • dried basil - 1.5 tablespoons
  • dry parsley - 0.5 tablespoons
  • garlic powder - 0.5 tsp
  • black pepper and salt to taste

Soak bread in milk (not enough, add). Mix 2 types of minced meat, seasonings, pressed bread, grated cheese, form meatballs. Spread out on a baking sheet, bake at 200 ° C until golden brown. Stew until cooked in a saucepan, adding water.

Greek Warm Salad

This quick, tasty dish is served as an appetizer and as a side dish for meat. If not all components are in the store, it is easy to replace them with other, more familiar ones.

Ingredients:

  • cherry - 200 g
  • Camembert (any soft cheese with mold) - 100 g
  • Brazil nuts (peanuts) - 6 pcs.
  • cucumbers - 150 g
  • lettuce leaves - 2-3 pieces
  • basil - a pinch
  • olive oil - for dressing
  • salt to taste.

Lettuce leaves are torn with hands, laid out in a ceramic dish. Top - large pieces of tomato and cucumber, pieces of nuts - do not crush, chopped cheese. Add salt, season with basil, oil and put in the microwave for 1 minute, at full power. Serve warm.

Dessert

In Italy, double-baked biscuits are popular - biscotti. It is served as a snack.

To cook it, you need:

  • pine nuts - 3/4 cup
  • butter - 6 tbsp. l.
  • grated parmesan - 60 g
  • lemon zest - 1 tsp
  • egg - 2 pcs.
  • milk - 80 ml
  • premium flour - 2 cups
  • baking powder - 2 tsp.
  • dried basil - 2 tsp

Nuts are dried in an oven preheated to 175 ° C for 10 minutes. Milk is poured into enameled dishes, spread: butter, cheese, eggs, basil, lemon zest, beat.

The flour is mixed with a baking powder, poured into the milk-egg mixture in a thin stream, continuing to beat at first, and then knead by hand. Sausages are formed from soft dough, spread on a baking sheet, baked in an already prepared oven for 15 minutes. Take it out, let it cool, cut it obliquely, put it back on a baking sheet and dry it on both sides. Regan can be seasoned with a ready-made dish.

Dried basil can be used for nutritional and medicinal purposes. Thanks to him, food becomes not only tastier, but also healthier. The plant can be grown in a garden area, dried at home and delight home with a summer scent all year round.


Cultural alternative to an endangered species

In nature, Rhodiola rosea is found in narrow areas, but on all continents of the northern hemisphere. It is associated primarily with the Urals, Altai and Yakutia, the mountains of Eastern Siberia. But in the wild, you can find it in all European mountain ranges and even in North America.

This plant is under protection (as an endangered species). It is a criminal offense to carry Rhodiola rosea from the natural environment. But here's how a garden culture can be grown by purchasing seeds and delenki in specialized garden centers and nurseries.

The medicinal properties of the cultivated rhodiola are inferior to the wild plant, but the garden rhodiola forms much more roots (and the bushes are more energetic). In the garden, Rhodiola can be placed not only on decorative beds and in herb gardens, but also on flower beds, rockeries and rock gardens.

When planting, it should be borne in mind that Rhodiola rosea loses its attractiveness in the second half of the season and it is better to combine it with moisture-loving species that can mask it - for example, ferns, hosts, Volzhanka, Rogersia.


The plant contains many different chemicals:

  1. A large number of carotenoids are present. Carotene is a precursor to vitamin A. It prevents the buildup of free radicals. The health of hair and skin is associated with its content. With a lack of vitamin A, vision problems can occur.
  2. The composition contains the content of phytosterols and flavonoids. Their action is associated with anti-inflammatory and antioxidant effects. In addition, they have a calming effect.
  3. Excess cholesterol is removed by the action of the saponins contained in the plant. In addition, they are able to enhance the outflow of bile.
  4. A valuable quality in the composition of the plant is the presence of a sufficient amount of ascorbic acid. It is extremely necessary for the body and affects the state of the immune system. The vascular wall becomes stronger, the processes associated with metabolism improve.

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