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Grass sap (Eupatórium) - a perennial belonging to the family Astrovidae, or Compositae. Some varieties are widely used in garden design and serve as decoration of house territories. Other species have been successfully used in folk medicine.
Description of Species
Depending on the species, the height of the aerial part of a decorative or medicinal plant can vary between 25-200 cm. The stem part is erect and most often without branching. According to the database, more than one hundred species belong to the genus.
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E. cannabus - characterized by a long flowering period. Highly decorative is the variety Flore Pleno with a height of the aerial part of not more than one and a half meters. It features bright pink bracts.
E. fistulosum - perennial with an attractive appearance. The most popular is the tall variety of Album with an aerial part height of up to three meters. The bush of the original form is straight-growing, with very lush caps of inflorescences that bloom for a month. Feature are white flowers and shoots of maroon staining.
E.massulatum is a species represented by a very large number of highly decorative varieties used in horticulture. Among the most popular varieties are the very tall Atroperurumeum. with large wine-red inflorescences and dark stems, tall Orshard Den with dark cranberry peduncles and green stems, as well as the compact size cultivars Glutball, Ricenshirm, Big Umbrällas, Purlé Wush, Gаtаwаm Rhum and.
E. purrеum - a species with an aerial part no more than one and a half high and grayish-green straight stems, as well as light pink corymbose inflorescences. The most popular are the compact Little Red with pink flowers.
E.rugosum is a highly decorative species represented by several garden varieties, among which the variety of Chosolate with almost black foliage on meter shoots and snow-white inflorescences is especially popular.
Unpretentious windowsill in the decor of the garden
Poskonniki are undemanding to soil characteristics, but grow best on loose and fairly fertile soils. Culture refers to hygrophilous. In the garden, such an ornamental plant is planted in areas with a good level of sunlight.
Most varieties are represented by powerful and spectacular plants., which serve as a wonderful decoration of the garden area at the stage of mass flowering, which occurs in the second half of summer. After flowering, decorative attractiveness is maintained due to the acquisition by wilted inflorescences of a very original silver-white color.
In the homestead, window sills are most often used in the design of the background of flower beds and flower beds, and also look very good on the coastal line of both an artificial and natural reservoir. The plant looks original in group and single plantings on the background of the lawn. The optimal partners for such a highly decorative plant will be able to become decorative cereals, perennial asters, lilac and phlox.
Medicinal features of the window sill purpurea
The healing properties of the window sill purpurea
It is many healing properties that explain the widespread use of window sill for the preparation of a variety of therapeutic agents. Perennial grass and its root system have analgesic, wound healing, bactericidal, anti-inflammatory, anthelmintic, choleretic, laxative and expectorant properties. Folk remedies are widely used in the treatment of the urinary system, as well as in neurology, due to sedative qualities.
Collection and harvesting of window sills
Medicinal herb is characterized by a sufficiently high content of essential oilas well as glycoside eupatorin. The presence of inulin is noted in the root system. The taste of plant materials is bitter-spicy. The cut off aerial part and the dug up root system need to be previously prepared, having cleared of impurities and dirt, and then dried under a canopy in the shade.
Dried vegetable raw materials should be packaged in paper bags and stored in a dry and cool place for no more than a year.
The use of purpurea purpurea in folk medicine
In alternative medicine, biologically active additives, herbal mixtures, ointments, infusions, tinctures and decoctions based on plant materials of a medicinal plant are used:
- to get rid of high cholesterol and hypertensive attacks a medicinal decoction is used, for the preparation of which 6.0 g of the crushed stem part of the plant is poured with half a liter of boiling water and infused for twelve hours. The resulting broth is filtered, and taken in a quarter cup immediately before going to bed;
- as a highly effective choleretic and mild laxative It is recommended to take powdered vegetable raw materials. To this end, a couple of tablespoons of medicinal herbs, crushed to powder, must be diluted in half a glass of boiled water at room temperature, and then taken in full immediately after going to bed;
- high efficiency of the window-sill is also proved by nutritionists.who are advised to use folk remedies based on such a healing herb with overweight. To properly prepare a weight loss product, you need to dissolve 8.0 g of medicinal herbs in one liter of quality red table wine, and then insist for twelve hours. The resulting product should be taken 50 g after meals for one month;
- to quickly get rid of the flu and to treat colds effectively, it is necessary to pour 25 g of medicinal herbs with one liter of boiling water, then insist for half an hour and carefully strain. Cooled to room temperature, the infusion is taken in a glass three times a day, about half an hour before a meal.
The protective properties of purpurea purple are very widely used in the independent preparation of creams and ointments with pronounced sun protection, as well as allowing you to effectively deal with various skin defects, abrasions and wounds. External use helps to brighten the skin, as well as the rapid regeneration of the upper layers of the skin. Also, external use is indicated for oily and acne-prone skin with enlarged pores.
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Contraindications and harm paskonnik
Cannabis hemp belongs to the category of poisonous plants, but thanks to the useful components that make up the chemical composition of the herb, it is actively used in homeopathy and for the preparation of folk healing products, and when used in recommended doses it is considered absolutely safe.
With extreme caution, eupatorium purpureum is used to treat patients during pregnancy and lactation, but also remember that prolonged use by patients with liver pathologies can provoke hepatotoxicity.