In folk medicine, the medicinal properties of plants,which is sometimes called eye grass, has been known since ancient times. But the drug gland is used to treat not only the eyes, but also many other diseases. The rich chemical composition of this herb makes it simply irreplaceable in eliminating the signs and consequences of many diseases.
This medicinal plant belongs to the familyare growing in the forest and forest-steppe zones. The drug eye is a herbaceous plant, annual, with a straight, about 15 cm stalk, pubescent with short hairs. Flowers of its small size. Egg-shaped leaves are usually bare, small, with sharp teeth on the edge.
This grass blooms from the beginning of June to the middleSeptember pale purple or white. The fruits of the medulla are small capsules, hairy, with brownish seeds. The plant has no smell, but there is a bitter, salty taste.
The otica parasitizes on other herbs, especially meadow grasses. It also grows on slopes, peat bogs and shrubs.
For medicinal purposes, flowers and plant leaves are used. The substances they contain have a beneficial effect on the body. It:
Grassgrass contains many different microelements (zinc, silicon, boron, magnesium, iron, manganese and others).
The plant is used in alternative medicine for the therapy of a variety of diseases. Preparations from the eyeballs have the following actions:
Proceeding from this, the drug focus is used to treat the following diseases:
This plant strengthens its actionthe body, tones well the skin, improves blood flow in the human brain. In addition, with regular use of the ovary, an increase in appetite is observed, and growth of the hairline is stimulated.
In alternative medicine, this plant is widely used for the treatment of diseases of a variety of etymologies:
In addition, cope with age-related changesview helps the medulla. The patients' reviews of the elderly indicate its ability to perfectly eliminate eye fatigue. It should also be noted that this plant is prescribed as a therapy in the post-operation period, for the treatment of eye injuries.
For the treatment of diseases with the help of this plantapply different methods. Eye diseases are treated with compresses from the ovary or rinsings, powders and poultices are made with panarits, abscesses, cancer, warts, scrofululosis, dermatoses. In the case of theoderma, patients are assigned baths with a fascia. In cardiovascular diseases, to eliminate tobacco dependence, it is recommended to use infusions from the plant internally to increase appetite.
Some recipes from the hearth:
For the medicine, flowers and plant leaves are ideal. They are harvested during the flowering period, that is, from June to the beginning of autumn (mid-September).
The grass is recommended to dry in a place where notget the sun's rays. The optimum temperature for drying is 40 degrees Celsius. After drying, the plant loses its green color and becomes grayish.
It is desirable to store the harvested herbbanks, tightly closed, always in a dry place. It should be remembered that moisture has a negative effect on the dry matter of the eye. Also, the dried plant can be stored in paper bags.
Shelf life of such medicinal preparation is not more than one year.
The medicinal herb is not used to treat diseases in the following cases:
The drug ovary is an excellent and effectivea remedy for many diseases. But it should be noted that it is not advisable to prescribe it for the treatment of diseases independently, without consulting the doctor. Only in the complex therapy on the recommendation of a doctor this plant will bring maximum benefit to the body.