6 remedies to heal with buds and buds

6 remedies to heal with buds and buds

6 remedies to heal with buds and buds

1. BIRCH, DIURETIC AND DETOXIFYING

The birch ( Betula verrucosa ) is known since antiquity for its medicinal properties . It shows a depurative, regenerative, anti-inflammatory, diuretic and antirheumatic action.
The stem yolks and the leaves are used.

Indications:

  • Debug and detoxify .
  • Relieve arthritic , osteoarthritic and mild gout attacks.
  • Help fight skin impurities.

Remedy to eliminate impurities:

  • 15 drops a day.
  • Dissolve them, for example, in water or apple juice.
  • Take on an empty stomach in the morning.

  • 2. CRANBERRY, HELPS CIRCULATION

    The cranberry , which grows in Europe ( Vaccinium vitis-idaea ), is used. Of phytoestrogen potential , they attributed diuretics, antiseptics, astringents, antidiarrheals, tonics and venous tonic effects.
    The yolks of the leaves and the shoots are used.

    Indications:

    • Problems of venous insufficiency , such as numbness of the fingers, cramps, varicose veins and hemorrhoids.
    • Avoid retention of fluids and edema.
    • Fight infections in the urinary tract .
    • Help eliminate toxins , through urine.
    • It is recommended in food poisoning , colic and diarrhea.
    • Indicated for menopause .

    Remedy to treat cramps and numbness of fingers and hands:

    • 15-20 drops.
    • Dissolve them in cranberry or lemon juice .
    • Twice perday.

    • 3. HAWTHORN, FRIEND OF THE HEART

      The hawthorn ( Crataegus monogyna ), thanks to its content in flavonoids, phenolic acids and tannins, is a plant suitable for heart disease . The extract of their buds is antiarrhythmic, hypotensive, sedative and cardiac tonic.
      The yolks of the leaves are used.

      Indications:

      • Control blood pressure .
      • It acts as an effective sedative , calms nervous palpitations and arrhythmias.
      • It is advised in mild states of anxiety and relieves muscle tension.
      • It is a good regulator of the sympathetic nervous system .

      Remedy for arrhythmias:

      • 15 drops in the morning and 15 more in the evening.
      • Dissolve them in water or fruit juice .

      • 4. OLIVE TREE, SUPPORT AGAINST HYPERTENSION

        The olive tree ( Olea europaea ) is a useful hypotensive resource It shows an antihypertensive, depurative, diuretic, sedative, tonic, hypoglycaemic, peripheral vasodilator and antiarrhythmic action.
        The yolks of the leaves and the shoots are used. 

        Indications:

        • Keep blood pressure under control
        • Fight arrhythmias.
        • Prevent vascular accidents and tone the heart.
        • It is indicated as support in diabetes and to reduce LDL cholesterol .

        Remedy to improve concentration :

        • 10-15 drops daily in two doses.
        • Dissolve them in water or fruit juice.
        • Take before meals.

        • 5. ROSEMARY, TONIC AND STIMULANT

          The rosemary ( Rosmarinus officinalis ) is a shrub aromatic, typically Mediterranean evergreen. Rosemary is a good tonic , digestive, stimulant, depurative, detoxifying, hepatoprotective, antispasmodic, digestive and carminative.
          The buds of the shoots and the leaves are used.

          Indications:

          • It confers mental agility and physical resistance.
          • It is a remedy to elevate the mood , in states of asthenia, weakness, fatigue and melancholy.
          • It acts as a digestive tonic , combats abdominal swelling and prevents the formation of gases.
          • It helps eliminate toxins.
          • Relieves headache .

          Remedy for fatigue :

          • 15-20 drops of the extract.
          • Dissolve them in orange juice .
          • Take before meals.

          • 6. LINDEN, THE TREE OF TRANQUILITY

            The lime ( Tilia cordata, Tilia tomentosa ) contains sedative, antiarrhythmic and antispasmodic virtues . It is attributed to relaxing , analgesic, anti-inflammatory, diaphoretic, demulcent and diuretic effects .
            The buds of the leaves, the flower buds and the shoots are used. 

            Indications:

            • It helps to calm the nerves.
            • Reduces arrhythmias .
            • Calm nervous palpitations  and mild anxiety
            • It promotes a good night’s sleep .

            Remedy for insomnia :

            • 15 drops
            • Dissolve them in apple or orange juice .
            • Take an hour before bedtime, better if you have finished the dinner digestion.

            • Heal with yemotherapy

              The yolks and buds contain all the concentrated power of the adult plant and are used in phytotherapy . They take advantage especially the buds of some conifers , such as Scots pine, maritime pine and especially Abies alba fir , which have a great balsamic power.
              Other species are also used, such as some deciduous trees : black and white poplar, willow, alder or holm oaks.
              Some of the plants most used in yemotherapy are the six described in this article. The properties of the buds in most cases tend to coincide with those of the whole plant, but often expand, as in the olive tree.

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