Lumbago meadow in folk medicine

Perennial lumbago meadow - a plant with a long, erect, hairy stem, elongating during fruiting and bearing a blanket of three leaves.

Leaves at the roots are collected in a rosette, single large flowers bloom before leaves appear. The fruit is a multi-root with a hairy column, which gives a special decorative effect to the plant at the time of fruiting.

Blooms lumbago meadow in April-May.

Meadow lumbago is more common on the territory of the European part of Russia in pine forests, open sandy hills, at the edges of the forest. For medicinal purposes, in meadow lumbago, leaves are used, which are harvested in April-May.

In folk medicine, meadow lumbago is known as sedative hypnotic... Lumbago meadow has a bactericidal, coughing, fungicidal, anti-inflammatory effect. Traditional medicine recommends infusions for female diseases, bronchitis, bronchial asthma, whooping cough, articular rheumatism.

IN homeopathic purposes the aerial part of the lumbago is used for measles, gastritis, nervous diseases, amenorrhea, menstrual irregularities, inflammation of the Eustachian tube, conjunctivitis, diseases of the urinary tract. The aqueous extract helps in the rapid healing of fungal skin lesions.

Use the meadow lumbago as an internal remedy should be extremely careful, since the plant highly poisonous... Preparations from lumbago are contraindicated in nephritis, gastritis and other gastrointestinal disorders.

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