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Author: Tatyana Zlobina "The healing powers of Altai" 15.01.2010 13:34

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The nature of Altai is unique. An amazing combination of natural conditions has created a unique image of its landscapes. Here you can find juicy, variegated grasses meadows, and desiccated by the heat of the steppes, dull mountain tundra and magnificent coniferous forests.

However, the true miracle of Altai is a zone of highland belts. These are alpine and subalpine meadows playing with all the colors of the rainbow, like magical flower gardens created by the hand of a sorcerer.

This is the border zone of the forest, where the mighty centuries-old cedars, like the epic heroes, guard the secrets of majestic rocks. These are wonderful springs, carrying their crystal streams from eternal snows resting on the towering peaks of the mountains.

The main features of the vegetation cover of Altai are due to its geographical position, its complicated geological history, and the variety of climatic conditions.

The great extent of the Altai territory both from north to south and from west to east predetermines the extreme diversity of its flora.

More than 2,000 species of plants grow on the Altai territory. Useful plants directly used by humans, about 660 species. Many types of plants can be both medicinal, and food, and vitamin-bearing, and poisonous.

The group of medicinal plants is one of the largest. Widely used in official medicine are the golden root, thick-leafed bean, valerian officinalis, licorice, Urals, blue aneurysm, peony, dandelion, avian bird, griffon safflower .

Nutritional plants in the flora of the edge of 149 species. Edible and widely used stems of cowworm, woodworker, Siberian scurf, Gmelin's ranks, sorrel leaves, rhubarb, bracken fern, bulb, berry plants, wild onion . Stocks of raw materials of some food plants are large enough, but some need protection - rhubarb, a flask, a fern.

Flora of Altai is unique - more than 100 plant species are found only in Altai and nowhere else in the world. These are endemics , which arose here in the process of evolutionary development, among which in most especially valuable medicinal plants, for example a red brush.

In the flora of the Altai Territory there are 32 relict species . It is Siberian linden, European chopstick, sweetheart, giant fescue, Siberian brunner, salvinia floating, water nuts and others.

In the Red Data Book of Russia (1988), ten species of plants grown in the Altai Territory are listed: Siberian Siberian, Iris Ludwig, Zalessky feather grass, feather grass, feather grass feather, Altai onion, steppe steppe, Altai golosemyannik, Stallopopsis Altai. < br>

Altai is rightfully considered one of the most environmentally friendly places not only in Russia, but also in the world. In the list of the World Natural Heritage of UNESCO in the territory of Russia there are eight objects. Five of them are located on the territory of Altai. This is the Katun State Natural Biosphere Reserve, Belukha, Altai State Nature Reserve, Teletskoye Lake and the Ukok Quiet Zone.

Studies conducted on the initiative of WWF (World Wildlife Fund) within the framework of the Living Planet program have shown that there are about two hundred regions on the planet Earth in which 95% of all species of living organisms are concentrated. They are called e cregions (ecological regions) .

By preserving these regions, mankind will be able to save more than 95% of the existing biological diversity of the planet. Altai is included in the list of 200 unique ecoregions of the world (Global 200). Protection of this truly unique corner of nature is an important matter for both the Altai population and the whole of mankind.


Preparing herbs

Medicinal plants - our "green gold", and they should be treated with intelligence. With a rational approach to the collection of medicinal plants, their stocks will be renewed. Today, stocks of many medicinal herbs and plants are rapidly shrinking, some of them are about to be completely disappear.

There are certain rules for collecting medicinal plants, which must be followed by both professional collectors and those who harvest grass for their own needs.

In the ancient herbalists indicated the exact date of collection of a particular plant, when the plant has the greatest curative properties. Often this date was associated with church holidays - "in Petrov fasting on dew ...", "collecting the eve of Ivan Kupala", etc.

If the plants in the places of planned blanks are small, it is necessary to find other places of mass growth. Annuals can be collected in the same place every two years. Repeated harvesting of perennial plants on one site is recommended after 7-10 years, depending on the characteristics of the growth. At the gathering area, at least 50% of the individuals must be left to ensure the restoration of stocks.

Medicinal plants change their composition and at times of the year, and by the days of the month, and even by the hours of the day. Affects the biochemical composition of plants Sun and Moon. Often in ancient recipes it is written that this or that plant should be collected on a full moon or "when the month is at a loss", or even "moonless night". According to astrological attitudes, during the rising Moon, the juices and energy are directed toward the sky, filling the ground part of the vegetation, in the period of the waning moon fill the earth and the underground organs of plants. The full moon is the most unfavorable period for collecting.

In folk medicine, there is a firm belief about the especially healing properties of the herbs collected on July 7, the day of Ivan Kupala, with the maximum effect being provided by grasses harvested at dawn. Some of the Russian travoznevs engaged in collecting herbs, attracting helpers, only on the specified date.

These instructions need to be listened to.

In order to preserve as many useful substances as possible in plants, certain conditions must be observed when collecting and drying plants, which can be found in special literature.

With each year, interest in increases, they are being harvested more and more, and the number of adherents of herbal medicine is steadily increasing. In this regard, some endangered medicinal plants have already fallen into the Red Book. It is necessary to help nature keep balance. To do this, you must skillfully, carefully handle its wealth, in particular, with medicinal herbs.

Here are the most common herbs, plants, berries and mushrooms of Altai, which are used for food and medicinal purposes. This description of a small part of all plants suitable for food and medicine. The format of the site does not allow to include all medicinal herbs, plants, berries and mushrooms that grow in the Altai. But acquaintance with only a small part of them will give the reader an idea of ​​the diversity of their medicinal and nutritional qualities.

Medicinal herbs

Thistle leafy-Bergenia crassifolia L.


The RockFish Family - Saxifragaceae Juss

National name: Mongolian, or Chagir tea.

Badan a thick-leafed - a perennial herbaceous plant of the family of saxifrage.

It grows on the Altai - on the slopes of the mountains, more often on the northern, on stony soils, clumps, rocks, as well as in dark coniferous (cedar, fir) and deciduous forests. Thanks to the branching of the rhizome, it forms a dense, continuous thicket.

In medicine, the extract of leaves and rhizomes is used, it has astringent, anti-inflammatory, diuretic and disinfecting properties . It is also used to treat colitis, enterocolitis, stomatitis, gingivitis, cervical erosion.

In folk medicine, infusions and decoctions of rhizomes of badana are recommended as astringent, hemostatic, disinfectant and antipyretic remedy , with diseases of the oral cavity, nose, with disorders of the gastrointestinal tract, female diseases, headache, fever, for healing wounds, with pneumonia.

Widely used leaves of badana with diarrhea, fever. Tea from the old leaves of the plant is used for diseases of the urinary tract, for goiter, toothache. The rhizomes after steeping are used for food. Powder from the dry roots of badan are sprinkled with wounds and ulcers to speed up their healing.

Contraindications: hypotension, tachycardia, hemorrhoids, thrombophlebitis, bowel disease with a tendency to constipation.

Galega officinalis-Galega officinalis L.

Glegarea officinalis

Bean family - Fabaceae

National name : goat medicinal.

Glega officinalis is a perennial herbaceous plant. There are gazagas on wet places in meadows, along the banks of rivers, along the ravines, forest edges.

The aerial part of the plant in the form of decoctions and infusions is used with diabetes.

Leaves and flowers are included in antidiabetic collections. They have been used for a long time in folk medicine as a diuretic, diaphoretic, lactogenic, anthelmintic remedy .

Internal application of the drug galer requires great care, since the plant is toxic.

Devyasil high-Inula helenium L.

Compositae family - Compositae Perennial herbaceous plant. Distributed in Altai in the forest and forest-steppe zones. It grows along the banks of rivers, lakes, wet meadows, in groundwater outcrops, among shrubs, in deciduous forests, along the outskirts of villages (as wild).

Devyasil high refers to the ancient medicinal plants, which were widely used at the time by doctors of the era of Hippocrates, Dioscorides, Pliny. This plant used in practice Avicenna. Pliny wrote that the elephant rose from the tears of Helen, the daughter of Zeus and Leda, whose abduction Paris, according to legend, was the reason for the Trojan War.

Decoction elecampane is used

  • With bronchitis,
  • bronchial asthma,
  • pneumonia,
  • emphysema,
  • pulmonary tuberculosis;
  • Diseases of the digestive tract (gastritis with increased secretion, enterocolitis, diarrhea of ​​non-infectious origin, pancreatitis, in the absence of appetite);
  • liver disease,
  • skin diseases (with eczema, neurodermatitis and other dermatoses and difficult healing wounds),
  • in folk medicine - in helminthic invasion,
  • painful and irregular menstruation,
  • Anemia,
  • kidney disease,
  • hemorrhoids,
  • Diabetes mellitus,
  • dropsy,
  • hypertensive disease

    Infusion of elecampane apply when:
    with pneumonia,
    at high blood pressure,
    As a blood cleanser for various skin diseases.

    Ointment elecampane is used for eczema and itching of the skin.

    Juice - with cough and bronchial asthma.

    Tincture - with malaria.

    Essence of fresh roots and rhizomes is used in homeopathy. In the Bulgarian folk medicine tincture - with palpitations, headaches, epilepsy, whooping cough.

    Rhizomes and roots of elecular tall are part of expectorant, gastric, diuretic charges.

    Contraindications and possible side effects: Anatolus is not recommended for use in severe cardiovascular, kidney, pregnancy. It should be remembered that the preparations of elecampane high can only be used for the doctor's prescription. Overdose may cause symptoms of poisoning.

    Oregano-Origanum vulgare L.

    Family of labial flowers - Lamiacea
    Popular name: Douche, motherboard.

    Perennial herbaceous plant. Oregano is widely distributed in the Altai. Usually it grows in groups of several plants on sandy loam and loamy dry and fresh soils in coniferous and mixed forests, on their fringes, glades and felling, on dry and floodplain meadows.

    The medicinal properties of the plant are mentioned in the works of Dioscorides, Aristotle, Aristophanes. According to Avicenna, oregano was used in ancient times with joint diseases, treatment of the liver and stomach. They recommended chewing the grass with toothache and cleaning teeth from stones.

    Oregano is part of the sedative collection for the treatment of neuroses, breast and sweatshops, it is prescribed for intestinal atony.

    In the obstetric-gynecological practice, infusion - with amenorrhea, baths - with gynecological diseases.

    In homeopathy, the essence - with hysteria, erotomania, nymphomania.

    In folk medicine, infusion of oregano is used for:

    • acute respiratory infections,
    • Whooping cough,
    • gastritis,
    • gastric colic,
    • hepatitis,
    • diarrhea,
    • dyspepsia,
    • asthenia,
    • bronchial asthma,
    • rheumatism,
    • Neuralgia, broth - with gonorrhea;

      infusion, decoction (locally) -

      • With itchy eczema,
      • Other skin diseases (like wound healing). Alcohol tincture - with toothache.

        Juice oregano is used for:

        • With rheumatism,
        • paralysis,
        • cramps,
        • Epilepsy,
        • pain in the intestines,
        • disorders of the menstrual cycle,
        • With a decreased secretion of gastric juice,
        • Atony and bloating,
        • with constipation,
        • to stimulate the appetite,
        • improving digestion,
        • for colds
        • with various gynecological diseases;
        • has an analgesic,
        • A tranquilizing,
        • Haemostatic and
        • deodorizing action;

          externally - with skin rashes, furunculosis, abscesses, headache.

          In folk medicine is part of balms and ointments - with neuralgia, rheumatism, paralysis, paresis, toothache and pain in the ears.

          Contraindications for the use of preparations of oregano are severe diseases of the cardiovascular system, pregnancy.

          Hypericum perforatum-Hepericum perforatum L.

          Hypericum family - Hypericaceae

          St. John's wort A perennial herbaceous plant.

          Almost all over the Altai.

          It grows on fresh sandy loamy and loamy soils in pine and mixed forests, on felling areas, clearings, in fallow lands, along roads.

          It rarely forms large thickets (usually on deposits), often grows in narrow strips along the forest edges.

          In the olden days, St. John's wort was considered a magical plant. In the countryside, stuffing children with mattresses, the turkey grass (thyme) must be added to the straw, so that the child has sweet dreams, and St. John's wort, so that the smell of this plant protects the child from fright in a dream.

          And adult guys and girls have been wondering on the stems of St. John's wort. Twist it in your hands and watch what juice will appear: if red, then, likes, if colorless - does not like. Old people believed that St. John's wort drives away evil spirits, diseases and protects a person from attacking wild animals. The Germans called it a cave-parade, because they believed that St. John's wort expelled the devils and the goblins.

          St. John's wort was considered a medicinal plant in Ancient Greece and Rome. About him wrote Hippocrates, Dioscorides, Pliny the Elder, Avicenna. The people call it grass from 99 diseases, and there was practically no collection, which would not include St. John's wort as a primary or auxiliary medicine.

          As a medicinal raw material, the herb of St. John's wort (Herba Hyperici) is used, that is, the tips of the stems with flowers, leaves, buds and partially unripe fruits. Harvest the St. John's wort in the flowering phase of the plant, until the appearance of immature fruit.

          In folk medicine apply a decoction of St. John's wort with:

          • stomach ulcer,
          • increased acidity of gastric juice,
          • Gout,
          • sciatica,
          • rheumatism,
          • Scrofululosis,
          • hemorrhoids,
          • with nocturnal enuresis in children,
          • diarrhea,
          • Nervous diseases,
          • for diseases of the oral cavity.

            In folk medicine, juvenile juice I am at:

            • bronchial asthma,
            • Catarrhal diseases,
            • Stomach ulcer and duodenal ulcer,
            • hypotension,
            • scurvy,
            • Colitis,
            • stomatitis,
            • Gingivitis,
            • cholelithiasis,
            • kidney disease,
            • Cystitis,
            • urinary incontinence in children,
            • gastritis,
            • bloody diarrhea,
            • liver disease,
            • Jaundice,
            • Nervous diseases,
            • headache,
            • Anemia,
            • uterine bleeding,
            • hemorrhoids,
            • cough,
            • With a reduced appetite,
            • rheumatism. St. John's wort leaves heal wounds and malignant ulcers, have a diuretic effect.

              Essential Oil - for the treatment of burns, ulcers of the leg, with ulcer of the stomach and duodenum. Butter oil (externally) - as a wound-healing agent, inside - on the recommendation of a doctor with peptic ulcer of the stomach and duodenum.

              St. John's wort seeds have a strong laxative effect and have antibacterial activity.

              Contraindications: The herb of St. John's wort may cause unpleasant sensations in the liver and feelings of bitterness in the mouth, constipation, loss of appetite. Since St. John's wort increases blood pressure, it is desirable to prescribe it to persons suffering from hypertension, only as part of the collection.

              "As it is impossible to bake bread without flour, so many diseases of people and animals can not be treated without St. John's wort," say the people.

              Ivan-chamois tea-Chamaenerion angustifolium L.

              The family of spraying - Onagraceae
              Popular name: Cyprian, kapor tea.
              Ivan the Little-Leaf Teacher

              Perennial herbaceous plant.

              Almost all over the Altai. It grows on fresh sandy loamy and loamy soils on clearings, clearings in coniferous and mixed forests, near ditches, on drained peat bogs, along railroad embankments.

              Ivan-tea is also called Kapor tea by the name of the village of Kapory in the Leningrad region, where it was first used in Russia instead of Chinese tea.

              For medicinal purposes, use the grass, leaves, flowers of the plant, which are harvested during flowering.

              In folk medicine Ivan the tea is applied with:

              • Constipation,
              • whites,
              • headache,
              • and also as an astringent, emollient, enveloping and wound-healing;

                decoction (in the form of rinses)

                • with sore throats;


                  • With gastritis,
                  • Colitis,
                  • bleeding,
                  • Anemia,
                  • acute respiratory infections.

                    Decoction and infusion of willow-tea

                    • Anti-inflammatory,
                    • astringent,
                    • emollient,
                    • diaphoretic,
                    • Sedative,
                    • Anticonvulsant,
                    • with gastrointestinal diseases,
                    • gastritis,
                    • Colitis,
                    • stomach ulcers and intestines,
                    • metabolic disorders,
                    • Anemia,
                    • headache,
                    • Scrofululosis,
                    • Insomnia,
                    • scurvy,
                    • Gonorrhea,
                    • syphilis,
                    • As a heart-stimulating remedy.

                      Outer - for washing wounds, ulcers; poultices - as an analgesic for otitis, bruises, arthralgia; Powder - for the treatment of infected wounds.

                      Side effects : with prolonged use of tea from kipreya gastrointestinal disturbances may occur.

                      Kopeck tea, red root-Hedysarum thenium L.

                      Tip of Tea Family of Pulses - Fabaceae Kopeck tea - a perennial herbaceous plant with a thick, long woody, a powerful root (up to 5 m). There is a kopeck tea on subalpine meadows, banks of rivers, streams, in the subalpine zone.

                      Pennybill is used as:

                      • Anti-inflammatory
                      • immunomodulating agent,
                      • with inflammation of the prostate
                      • Female diseases,
                      • with tuberculosis,
                      • bronchitis,
                      • pneumonia. Has a pronounced anti-hypnotic, antitumor, tonic effect.

                        As an expectorant is used in diseases of the respiratory system, with acute gastrointestinal diseases.

                        Elbowscale crochet - Filipendula ulmaria (L.) Maxim

                        Rosaceae family - Rosaceae

                        Labiznik vyazolistny - a large perennial herbaceous plant. Mytabia shrub is found almost throughout the Altai, grows on wet meadows, marshes, along the banks of reservoirs, in damp forests and bushes, along fringes, glades, felling and burning.

                        Labaznik Decoctions of roots, herbs, flowers of the medicinal moss are used when:

                        • gastrointestinal diseases,
                        • Epilepsy,
                        • rheumatism,
                        • Gout,
                        • kidney and urinary tract diseases,
                        • hemorrhoids,
                        • in the form of enemas with whites;
                        • when bitten by snakes and rabid animals,
                        • Nervous diseases,
                        • hypertensive disease,
                        • As antihelminthic.
                          Decoction of herbs in folk medicine is used for diseases of the respiratory system, to strengthen hair growth.

                          Tincture of grass on alcohol is used to treat trophic ulcers, wounds and burns.

                          Decoction, infusion of herbs, flowers are used for fever and colds as a diaphoretic and diuretic.

                          Flowers and grass are used instead of tea, young leaves - for soups, borsch and salads.

                          Leuzea safflower (maral root) - Rhaponticum carthamoides (Willd.)

                          Leuzea safflower (maral root) Family composite color - Compositae

                          Leuzea is a perennial plant. It usually occurs in alpine and subalpine tall grass meadows, sometimes enters the alpine tundra, and is common in the Altai mountains.

                          Leuzea's liquid extract is used when:

                          • Functional disorders of the nervous system,
                          • reduced performance,
                          • mental fatigue and loss of strength,
                          • chronic alcoholism,
                          • impotence,
                          • to regulate blood pressure.

                            In folk medicine, rhizomes, roots (sometimes grass) are used in the form of infusions, decoctions, tinctures on vodka as a stimulant for loss of strength, insomnia, fatigue, after severe illnesses, impotence, excessive irritability.

                            Contraindications: Pregnancy, age 15 years. Long-term use of drugs levzei can cause a persistent increase in blood pressure, slowing the rhythm and increasing the amplitude of the heart,

                            Burdock large-Arctium lappa L.

                            The family of astro - Asteracea A large two-year herbaceous plant. Almost all over the Altai.

                            In medicine, burdock is used as infusions.

                            An infusion of thistles is drunk when:

                            • treatment of gastritis,
                            • stomach ulcers,
                            • Rickets,
                            • constipation,
                            • fever,
                            • with delays of monthly,
                            • for the normalization of metabolism,
                            • liver and pancreas activity, as well as in the treatment of diseases associated with metabolic disorders:
                              • Diabetes mellitus,
                              • Renal stone disease,
                              • cholelithiasis,
                              • salt deposits in the joints, etc. Burdock big In folk medicine burdock root is known as a strong diuretic, diaphoretic and blood cleanser.

                                Burdock seeds also have a strong diuretic effect, but are rarely used, since their collection is laborious.

                                In folk medicine burdock is used both externally in the form of ointment, and inside. Traditional medicine recommends the use of all parts of the plant in fresh form, in the form of extracts, as well as in the form of broths and infusions. Infusion of burdock roots is used for inflammatory diseases of the digestive organs, renal and gallstone diseases, rheumatism and gout.

                                Infusion or decoction from the root of burdock is prescribed as a diuretic and choleretic agent, as well as as an antiplatelet agent, in diabetes, pulmonary tuberculosis, in case of salt metabolism.

                                Traditional medicine also recommends seeds and whole fresh plant inside as a diuretic and diaphoretic remedy for colds and fever, edema, hemorrhages and intoxication from insect bites and poisonous snakes.

                                Cane-Alchemilla vulgaris L.

                                Common Calf Family of Rosaceae - Rosaceae < br> Folk name: chest, unhealthy grass.

                                Perennial herbaceous creeping plant of the Rosaceae family.

                                Rosu, gathering on the leaves of the cuff, the alchemists were used in the Middle Ages as "heavenly dew", with the help of her tried to look for the "philosopher's stone" - hence the origin of the Latin name of the plant "alchemill." In Western Europe in the Middle Ages, the cuff was known as sorcery grass.

                                For a long time it was believed that if you wash your face with the morning dew collected from the leaves of the cuff, then back to the man his former beauty. Until now, in some countries, and especially in Switzerland, women wipe their faces with leaves covered with dew, to reduce freckles and remove acne.

                                Distributed throughout the Altai, growing in forests, wet soils, dry and wet meadows, river banks, near houses.

                                For medicinal purposes, the stalk, leaves, flowers and rhizome of the cuff are used. The leaves are harvested from spring to July and dried in the air in the shade. They should be collected when the morning dew or drops of water, actively released by the plant on damp nights, dry up.

                                Applied in folk medicine cuff cuff (inside) when:

                                • kidney disease,
                                • The bladder,
                                • colitis with diarrhea,
                                • gastritis,
                                • Stomach ulcer and duodenal ulcer,
                                • bronchitis,
                                • A cold,
                                • Atherosclerosis; externally (in the form of baths, lotions, rinses and compresses) with
                                  • ulcers,
                                  • wounds,
                                  • inflammation of the eyes,
                                  • nasal bleeding,
                                  • for the destruction of blackheads,
                                  • furunculosis;

                                    in the form of poultices - with dislocations.

                                    Juice, infusion external (in the form of lotions) - for tumors, wounds, eye diseases; in the form of syringings - with whites, bleeding; in the form of compresses - with dislocations.

                                    Medunica officinalis-Pulmonaria officinalis L.

                                    The family of borage plants - Boraginaceae
                                    Popular name: water keys, spotted grass, pulmonary root.

                                    It is widespread in the Altai, grows in thickets, among bushes, in deciduous forests.

                                    In folk medicine, use a lungwort :

                                    • to fill the iodine deficiency in the body,
                                    • with diseases of the upper respiratory tract,
                                    • pneumonia,
                                    • pulmonary tuberculosis,
                                    • bronchial asthma,
                                    • As a means regulating the activity of endocrine glands,
                                    • improving hematopoiesis,
                                    • As an anesthetic and diuretic. Medunica officinalis Shredded leaves are applied to purulent wounds for healing or wash the wounds with a strong solution.

                                      Powder from dry leaves is also covered with wounds.

                                      Juice, infusion outwardly - with tumors, wounds, eye diseases; in the form of douching - with whites, bleeding; in the form of compresses - with dislocations.

                                      The herbs can be used for spring vitamin salads and soups.

                                      Contraindications : individual intolerance to iodine preparations.

                                      Common Orlovac-Pteridium aquilinum (L.) Kuhn.

                                      The family of the centipede - Polypodiaceae

                                      A large fern with dissected sheets. It is widespread on the globe almost everywhere.

                                      Young shoots and eagle leaves are suitable for food. In spring, young leaves are collected, when the leaf blade has not yet turned, immediately processed and salted.

                                      Orlyak ordinary Prepare salads, seasonings and independent dishes from them.

                                      In folk medicine, decoction of the eagle roots was taken as a anthelmintic, laxative, diuretic, antipyretic and analgesic .

                                      Outwardly the rhizomes were used for skin diseases.

                                      Ortholia lopsided-Orthilia secunda L.

                                      The family of Greshenkov - Pyrolaceae
                                      National name : Borovaya uterus, ramisia lopsided, borax grass, furrow, wine grass, vinca, pear, hare salt, zymosol, forest pear.

                                      Orthily one-sided Occurs in the Altai mainly in the belt of the middle and southern taiga and in podtayge, as well as in deciduous and mixed forests, sometimes in forest meadows with shrubs and light forests. It occurs mainly in areas with a humid climate.

                                      Ortholia one-sided is widely used in medicine to treat:

                                      • inflammatory gynecological diseases,
                                      • uterine fibroids,
                                      • Infertility,
                                      • uterine bleeding,
                                      • Toxicosis,
                                      • disorders of the menstrual cycle,
                                      • Adhesive processes,
                                      • obstruction and inflammation of the tubes,
                                      • as a disinfectant for inflammatory processes in the kidney and bladder,
                                      • With cystitis,
                                      • pyelonephritis,
                                      • with inflammation of the prostate gland,
                                      • hemorrhoids,
                                      • urinary incontinence in adults and children,
                                      • Acute inflammation of the ear (purulent).

                                        Contraindications: Individual intolerance, pregnancy.

                                        Tansy common-Tanacetum vulgare L.

                                        Tansy ordinary Compositae family - Compositae < br> National name: immortal grass, wild mountain ash, nine, nine.

                                        A perennial herb with a strong camphor smell. Distributed throughout the Altai. It grows on dry and fresh sandy loams, loamy and clay soils in light, mixed, deciduous forests, along fringes, glades, along road roadsides. The plant is poisonous , especially the inflorescence!

                                        Tansy preparations have choleretic, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial, antihelminthic, astringent and antiplatelet effect.

                                        They are contraindicated for pregnant women and young children.

                                        Tansy is prescribed for diseases:

                                        • liver and gallbladder,
                                        • with inflammatory processes in the small and large intestines,
                                        • bladder,
                                        • as well as malaria.

                                          Her infusion has antiseptic and sweating action, improves digestion and appetite.

                                          In folk medicine, tincture of tansy is used for:

                                          • for the expulsion of ascarids and pinworms,
                                          • with gastrointestinal diseases (gastritis, peptic ulcer and duodenal ulcer, enterocolitis),
                                          • diseases of the liver and gallbladder (hepatitis, cholecystitis),
                                          • Nervous disorders,
                                          • headache,
                                          • female diseases,
                                          • fever,
                                          • hypotension; externally (as baths and compresses) - with rheumatism, gout; for washing purulent wounds.

                                            Powder (with honey or sugar syrup) - with ascariasis, enterobiosis.

                                            Tansy juice is used when:

                                            • intoxications caused by pulmonary tuberculosis,
                                            • fever,
                                            • Stomach ulcer and duodenal ulcer,
                                            • Gout,
                                            • rheumatism,
                                            • Nervous diseases,
                                            • Epilepsy,
                                            • migraines,
                                            • headache,
                                            • Arthritis in the joints,
                                            • reduced acidity,
                                            • infectious and acute respiratory infections,
                                            • inflammation of the small and large intestines, bladder, kidneys;
                                            • With urolithiasis,
                                            • menstrual irregularities and heavy menstruation;
                                            • has a hypnotic effect;

                                              externally (in the form of baths and compresses):

                                              • for the treatment of slow wounds and ulcers,
                                              • when scabies,
                                              • Gout,
                                              • inflammation of the joints;

                                                in the form of microclysters - to expel the ascarids and pinworms.

                                                In France, tansy flowers are used as antihelminthic, antipyretic, antiseptic, gastrointestinal.

                                                Contraindications and side effects: Treatment of tansy is necessary to spend under the supervision of a doctor, since the plant is poisonous. Pregnant women and young children should not prescribe tansy medications. When an overdose occurs, indigestion, vomiting, and with a large dose - convulsions.

                                                Peony dodging-Paeonia anomala L. +

                                                The pion family - Paeoniaceae
                                                National name: peony unusual, marjin root.

                                                Perennial herbaceous plant. A rare endangered species included in the Red Book. It grows in sparse coniferous and deciduous forests, on high-grass and taiga meadows, on fringes and forest glades, in birch copses. In the mountains it is most abundant in the woodlands near the upper limit of the arboreal vegetation. The plant is very poisonous!

                                                The name of the genus Paeonia occurs in Theophrastus and comes from the Greek word paionis, healing, healing, healing. The Greek legend associates this flower with the name of the doctor Paona, who healed the god of the underground kingdom of Pluto from the wounds inflicted on him by Hercules. Teacher Paona Esculap, envious of her student, decided to poison him. But the gods saved Paon, turning him into a flower. Peony dodging

                                                According to another legend, the plant received its name from the Thracian area of ​​Peonia, where it grew in large numbers.

                                                Peony in ancient Greece and in the Middle Ages in Europe referred to miraculous medicinal plants that help with choking, gout. Peony roots have long been used (in the 1st century AD) in China and are part of the anti-cancer means.

                                                In traditional medicine, tincture of a mixture of roots and grass is used as a sedative for insomnia , vegetovascular disorders. Under the influence of the drug, sleep improves, headaches caused by stress and overfatigue decrease, and work capacity increases.

                                                In folk medicine, especially in the Tibetan and in the local population of Siberia, the deviant peony is used more widely. Peony seeds and alcoholic tincture of rhizomes use for impotence on the basis of diabetes .

                                                Water infusion and alcohol tincture is used for:

                                                • urolithiasis,
                                                • liver disease,
                                                • pulmonary tuberculosis,
                                                • Whooping cough,
                                                • bronchitis.

                                                  Due to the content of some trace elements, for example, zinc and selenium, the evading peony is included in the Chinese prescriptions for the treatment of oncological diseases.
                                                  Plantain large-plantago major L.

                                                  The family of plantains - Plantaginaceae
                                                  Popular name: companion, pogranik, seven-person.

                                                  Perennial herbaceous plant.

                                                  Plantain is remarkable for its extraordinary fertility and during the season it gives several tens of thousands of seeds that, in autumn weather, stick together with mud to pedestrians' shoes, hoofs of horses and cows, wheels of cars and quickly grab new spaces. Thus our weed swam across the ocean, and the Indians began to call it "the trace of a white man."

                                                  Plantain large grows throughout Siberia, does not form large thickets. It grows like a weed along roads, near habitation, in floodplain meadows, orchards, in orchards.

                                                  Infusion from leaves of plantain large has expectorant effect and is used as an auxiliary for bronchitis, whooping cough, bronchial asthma, tuberculosis.

                                                  Juice of fresh plantain leaves is effective when:

                                                  • chronic gastritis,
                                                  • Stomach ulcer and duodenal ulcer with normal or low acidity of gastric juice. Plantain large

                                                    Patients note the treatment of juice from the leaves of plantain reducing or disappearing pain and dyspepsia, improving appetite. At the end of the course of treatment, muscle tension and abdominal wall soreness disappear during palpation, spastic phenomena in the large intestine, acidity of gastric juice increases.

                                                    The presence of phytoncides in the plant causes antimicrobial action drugs.

                                                    Water infusion and fresh juice from the leaves of the plant promotes rapid cleansing and healing of wounds . Apply these drugs in the form of lotions and rinses with bruises, fresh cuts and wounds, with chronic ulcers, fistulas, abscesses, boils.

                                                    Five-leaf shrub-Pentaphylloides fruticosa (L.) O. Sehwarz.

                                                     Five-leafed shrub Rosaceae family
                                                    Popular name: Kurilian tea.

                                                    Kuril tea is an upright or spreading shrub of the Rosaceae family of 20-150 cm in height. Kuril tea grows along the valleys of mountain rivers, along the pebble-sandy shores of these rivers and the slopes of the mountains in the Altai and in the East Kazakhstan region.

                                                    Kuril tea is close to the present tea by its composition, the content of biologically active substances and mineral elements. However, for human health, Kuril tea is still more useful.

                                                    Modern medicine recommends decoction from above-ground organs (leaves, young shoots, flowers) with dysbacteriosis .

                                                    It is established that the plant shows bactericidal, antiallergic, hepatoprotective, antiviral, immunostimulating and antidiabetic properties .

                                                    In the gynecological practice the Kuril tea is used for:

                                                    • cervical erosion,
                                                    • abundant monthly,
                                                    • uterine bleeding.

                                                      A thick broth of Kuril tea is used as a rinse with angina, stomatitis and other diseases of the oral cavity.

                                                      Decoction of leaves and flowers of Kuril tea in folk medicine is prescribed in inflammatory liver diseases as a cholagogue and with fever as diaphoretic .

                                                      Infusion of Kuril tea is used with bloody diarrhea as a hemostatic and an appetite-improving agent, as well as with various neuropsychic diseases and blood diseases.

                                                      Rhodiola rosea (golden root) - Rhodiola rosea L. Family of cranberries - Crassulaceae Rhodiola rosea is a perennial herb medicinal plant.

                                                      "He who finds the golden root will be lucky and healthy until the end of his days, will live two centuries," says the ancient Altai belief.

                                                      For several centuries, the Chinese emperors equipped the expedition to search for the rhodiola rose and the smugglers smuggled it across the border.

                                                      Rhodiola rosea is common in the Altai. It grows in the stony river valleys, on the northern slopes of ridges with abundant running humidification, the presence of a large amount of fine earth and silt particles. Rhodiola rosea (golden root)

                                                      People have come to love tea from the golden root with the addition of leaves of blackberries, raspberries, strawberries, black currant, herb thyme, St. John's wort flowers, shrubby bush. Such a drink, usually prescribed for heavy physical or mental work, restores metabolism, has a tonic effect. Assign it for disorders of the stomach and intestines, colds and oncology.

                                                      Contraindications: Individual intolerance of the components of the product, pregnancy and lactation, diabetes mellitus, increased nervous excitability, insomnia, high blood pressure, cardiac dysfunction, severe atherosclerosis, reception in the evening. Before use, it is recommended to consult a doctor.

                                                      Thyme creeping (thyme) - Thymus serpillum L. Family of clearing - Lamiaceae
                                                      Folk name of thyme, cap, Bogorodskaya grass, creeper, muhopal, lemon douche.

                                                      Thyme creeping (thyme) A perennial crooked semigrubber on the ground , forming a dense turf. It grows mainly in the steppe zone. It inhabits the southern slopes, rocks, stony and sandy steppes, in steppe meadows, along the fringes and glades of pine forests, on stony and gravelly slopes.

                                                      Infusion of flowering herbs of thyme or dried grass is used for pulmonary diseases as a expectorant, disinfectant remedy.

                                                      Infusion of herb thyme for inhalations is used for inflammatory diseases of the oral cavity.

                                                      With kidney diseases, infusion of thyme is used inside as a diuretic and a disinfectant.

                                                      Thymus broth is used for treatment:

                                                      • alcoholism,
                                                      • As an antiseptic for disinfecting the oral cavity,
                                                      • as an anthelmintic.

                                                        Thyme is used as a spice and as a seasoning for various dishes.

                                                        Preparations of thyme are contraindicated in pregnancy, cardiac decompensation, reduced thyroid function, acute inflammatory kidney disease.

                                                        Yarrow common Yarrow common-Achillea millefolium L..

                                                        Family of Compositions - Asteraceae

                                                        A perennial herbaceous plant, grows on dry meadows, on steppe slopes and in sparse forests, along roadsides, the edges of fields and on garden plots.

                                                        Has diaphoretic, anti-inflammatory, antispasmodic, bactericidal and hemostatic effect; increases bile secretion .

                                                        It is a part of gastric and appetizing teas - yarrow preparations improve digestion, especially with secretory deficiency of the stomach glands, yarrow and nettle gathers are prescribed as a hemostatic agent for internal and external bleeding.

                                                        Yarrow is used as:

                                                        • Hemostatic agent with local bleeding - nasal, dental, of small wounds, abrasions, scratches,
                                                        • with pulmonary and uterine bleeding, fibroids, inflammatory processes, hemorrhoidal bleeding;
                                                        • with diseases of the gastrointestinal tract - colitis, gastritis, peptic ulcer disease;
                                                        • colds of the respiratory tract;
                                                        • Also recommend for inflammation of the biliary and urinary tract,
                                                        • bedwetting. Liquid extract and yarrow infusion are taken as bitterness to improve appetite.

                                                          Contraindications. Some people, when in contact with yarrow, develop a severe skin rash, and not only when using it for baths, lotions and compresses as an external remedy, but also with a simple touch to the plant. If such eruptions appeared during treatment with yarrow, it should be immediately canceled.

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