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SHORTCUT ( Lycopodium clavatum )

Lycopodium clavatum shortcut
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The people also call the shortcut by the following names: plan, prašuljica, crvotočina, and kijačasta crvotočina on Croatian. This mossy evergreen medicinal plant has tendrils up to one meter long with fine thin roots with which it “creeps” on the forest soil. This plant is one of the most medicinal plants.

The tendrils grow up to 10 cm long branched stems, very soft, similar to the stalks of snow heather. Only they are even softer and denser. This four-year-old medicinal plant produces yellowish cobs that contain pollen or shortbread flour in the summer.

The shortcut is used in folk medicine, i.e., in the natural treatment of skin covered with wounds (homeopathy).

The shortcut is a medicinal plant that contains radium and is easily distinguished from other types of moss by its long hemp tendrils and the yellow pollen of its cobs. It thrives only on the shady sides of high forests and on the edges of forests located at over 600m above sea level.

In Austria and Germany’s western countries, the shortcut is under state protection, so it is necessary to look for it in specialized herbal pharmacies. Shortcut tea is good for treating gout sufferers rheumatism even when joint deformities are visible and those suffering from chronic intestinal constipation and hemorrhoids.

People who suffer from diarrhea must use this tea extremely seriously to avoid intestinal cramps. The shortcut should never be cooked; pour hot water over it. Tea is also used for all diseases of the genitals and genitals, for pain and hardening in the testicles, and sand in the kidneys and renal colic. A shortcut is necessary to inflammation the liver and pathological swelling of the liver’s connective tissue, even when it has acquired a malignant character.

It has been shown extremely well in all liver diseases, especially in cirrhosis liver; the shortcut’s healing properties are reflected even in people suffering from malignant liver disease. A shortcut can give life.

How to use the medicinal plant Shortcuts

 
Making tea: one flat spoon of the shortcut is steamed with  1/4 liter water and leave it to stand for a short time. Drink only one cup per sip in the morning on an empty stomach, half an hour before breakfast. With cirrhosis of the liver and malignant diseases, drink two cups of tea a day.
 
Shortcut pads: fill the pads with a dried shortcut (take 100,200 or 400 g, depending on the area affected by the cramp) and keep it in the sore spot overnight. This healing pillow retains its effect for up to a year.
 
Infusion:  Pour 1/4 liter of hot water over 1 level teaspoon
shortcuts, cover and let stand 30 seconds, then strain.
Attention! Do not hold for more than 30 seconds and do not cook,
just pour water over the plant.

For all types of mentioned diseases, drinks with only 1 cup of tea a day, except in cirrhosis of the liver when needed drink two cups a day.

Common comfrey (Symphytum officinale)

Syphytum officinale gavez
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This medicinal plant is popularly known as Common comfrey, is among the necessary and most excellent plants that nature has given us.

It grows on wet meadows, on the edges of fields in wet ditches, and near water. We can find it next to fences and rubble, where it blooms throughout the summer.

The leaves are rough and very pointed, dark brown to black on the outside and white to yellowish. The perennial root is as thick as a thumb, and when cut, it is very slimy and slippery as if it were greasy. Since the root is deep in the ground, it is tough to destroy.

The plant needs to be taken out in spring or autumn with a pointed hoe. The fresh plant is collected during flowering since Common comfrey is popularly called black root. Please don’t confuse it with Spanish black root, which is grown exclusively in our vegetable garden.

 

Comfrey gout rheumatic joints

Tincture of the medicinal plant comfrey you can very easily save it yourself. It contains miraculous power. Patients treated for years for rheumatism and swelling of the joints and have not been cured comfrey tincture will certainly help. It would help if you placed steamed comfrey leaves in the form of warm porridge on a fixed joint to stand overnight, and you should significantly reduce the discomfort.

It especially helps if the problems come from overexertion, sprains, or sprains. Deformities of the wrists and ankles also disappear if a compress of comfrey porridge is used.

Deformities of the wrists and ankles can also disappear if comfrey compresses are used.

Warm comfrey dressings also help with varicose veins with open wounds, rheumatic and thickened muscle hardening from gout; ulcers, neck pain, and amputation stumps.

The comfrey roots can be prepared tea that can be used to code inflammation of the trachea, code indigestion, stomach bleeding, and pneumonia.

It is necessary to drink up to four cups sip by sip during the day. Code gastric ulcer, it is necessary to prepare  100gr of comfrey, 50gr of marigold, and 50gr of Prostrate knotweed.

It is important to mention that comfrey tincture compresses are successfully applied to internal and external wounds, injuries of various types, bruises, bleeding, and bone fractures.

Comfrey leaves are used for linings and baths for rheumatic problems, gout, gout, circulatory disorders, and vertebral damage and rehabilitation code bone fractures.

Comfrey preparation

Preparation of root tea: two small spoons of the chopped root are dipped in a quarter liter of cold water and left overnight. In the morning, warm it all up, strain it, drink it slowly, and sip by sip.

Tea mixture (for stomach ulcers): a full small spoon is poured with a quarter of a liter of hot water and left to stand for 3 minutes. Tea is drunk three to four times a day, slowly, sip by sip.

Porridge wraps: the well-dried root is finely ground and in one cup with a little hot water and a few drops of edible oil quickly mixed into the porridge. The paste is applied to a cotton cloth piece and thus applied to the affected area and then bound.

Heath speedwell (Veronica officinalis)

Veronica officinalis razgor
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Heath speedwell (Veronica officinalis) is popularly known as a plant that “cures everything.” The Romans were the first to be convinced of its healing properties. The Germans appreciate it extremely to this day. When they wanted to make a special compliment to an acquaintance or friend, they would tell him that he possesses so many good qualities as a highly valued dispersal.

Dispersal is still popularly known as night wind, whitefish, and snake corn. It likes mostly dry soil and grows in forests where the place is cut down next to fences, under bushes, in a ditch by the road, and forests’ edges.

The stem is overgrown with hairs and grows to lie down on the ground. The leaves are small and serrated along the silver reflection edges and turn into upright light blue to purple flower spikes.

The leaves fall off easily by touch, hence the name dispersal. Dispersal of flowers from May to August and the collection of inflorescences, the most effective are plants that grow on the edges of forests and under oaks.

This medicinal plant has always been used as a favorite tea supplement for blood purification and, together with fresh nettle leaves, heals chronic eczema.

It is especially effective for annoying itchy old ag. Weak and sensitive people tolerate it well as a remedy for the stomach because it has a mild effect and helps digestion.  It is removed gastric catarrh and treats intestinal disorders.

Acceleration cures nervousness

Dispersal has a particularly healing effect on nervousness, which occurs as mental strain. A cup of tea calms the body and relaxes it in the evening before going to bed. It is especially recommended for people who work a lot smartly. They should drink tea before going to bed. The memory will improve, and fainting will disappear.

Veronica mixed with celery eliminates nerve weakness and depression and has an extremely beneficial effect on jaundice, sand in the urine, and joint pain resulting from rheumatism and gout.

In chronic dry catarrh of the bronchi, the acceleration also works wonders. Mixtures of the same parts of the lungs, coltsfoot leaves, buckthorn, and dispersal are used for the lungs.

Sweeten the tea with a little honey or peppermint and add yellow sugar.

For jaundice and liver disease, the following herbal mixture is recommended: 50 g of dandelion root, 25 g of watercress flowers, 25 g of lazarkin, and 50 g of veronica. Mix these herbs well, take a full teaspoon per quarter liter of water and drink two cups of unsweetened tea sip by sip during the day.

You can make the juice bloom into a juice recommended for chronic skin diseases.

How to use overclocking

Tea preparation: one full small spoon is poured into a quarter of a liter of hot water and left to stand for a short time.
 
Fresh juice: The inflorescences are washed and drained in a juicer. The small bottles are filled and left to stand in the refrigerator.
 
Tincture: Soak two full handfuls of chopped plants in bloom in brandy up to 40% strength and leave them in the sun or near a heat source for 14 days.
 
Tea mixture:  one full small spoon is poured over hot water and left to stand for a while.

Alchemilla vulgaris

Alchemilla vulgaris burns medicinal plants

Alchemilla Vulgaris is popularly known as vrkuta, rosanica, biserka, and the Virgin Mary’s cloak.

It grows, primarily in the marginal areas of forests and along roadsides, on slopes and wet meadows in higher mountain areas.

The leaves are semicircular in shape with seven to nine lobes, the stems are of medium height, and the flowers are yellow-green and inconspicuous.

It blooms from April to June, sometimes later.

The leaves of the Alchemilla Vulgaris sometimes lie flat on the ground, and in the morning, a drop of dew shines like a pearl. At altitudes over 1000 meters, we can find a silver Alchemilla Vulgaris that thrives on both limestone and sedimentary rocks.

Healing effect of virka

Alchemilla Vulgaris has a beneficial effect on menstrual disorders, vaginal problems, and discomfort in the transition years. Together with hajdučica, it can regulate the menstrual cycle at the beginning of puberty.

When the menstrual cycle in young girls is not established regularly despite medical therapy, Alchemilla Vulgaris is mixed in equal parts with Yarrow .

This medicinal plant works by constricting blood vessels and healing quickly and is used as a diuretic and to strengthen the heart.

Then with fever due to inflammation of the wound, festering wounds, and untreated and neglected ulcers. Alchemilla vulgaris herbal tea is recommended as the best way to stop bleeding after tooth extraction.

Alchemilla vulgaris and women’s diseases

Virak also helps with muscle weakness and pain, as well as anemia.

In childbirth injuries, relaxation of the abdominal muscles in women or the tendency to miscarriage, to strengthen the fetus, and strengthen the uterine ligaments, Alchemilla Vulgaris is of great help.

Virak is a cure for almost all women’s diseases, and together with rusomač, it helps with uterine prolapse inguinal hernia.

You should drink four to five cups of tea from the medicinal plant Alchemilla Vulgaris daily in the latter cases. It should start with rubbing the tincture into the skin starting from the vagina and upwards when it comes to uterine prolapse. Additional ones apply here sitting baths from the medicinal plant hajduk grass (100 g, for one bath, and that amount is enough for three baths a week because you can use the water heated two more times again.

Our ancestors used this medicinal plant for wounds, outside and inside, and then for epilepsy of the hernia (stomach).

Virak from our region also helps with code obesity. Two to three cups of tea have a beneficial effect. Tea is also good for insomnia. People with diabetes should drink it often.

Weak children should obviously get stronger when a bud of Alchemilla Vulgaris or even better silver Alchemilla Vulgaris is added to the bath. For one bath, it is necessary to take up to 200 g of silver Alchemilla Vulgaris.

How to use a whirlpool

Making tea: 1 full small tablespoon of the plant is steamed with a quarter of a liter of hot water and left to stand for a short time.
 
Wraps: the appropriate amount of fresh herbs is quickly washed, crushed with a rolling pin, and used as a compress
 
Bath supplement: A complete bath is taken  200g of dried or a few handfuls of fresh herbs and put in a bucket of cold water to spend the night. The next day, warm up and add bathwater.

Willow (salix alba)

salix alba willow
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Most he knows what a willow looks like and easily recognizes it. The willow has gray-green branches and oblong leaves. The bark is brown in color and quite cracked.

The most beautiful on the willow is her blooming cats in early spring. There are several willow types, but  White willow is used as a medicine because it has the most healing properties.

Medicinal parts of willow are catkins, tassels, bark, buds with young twigs, tops.

Willow is used to washing wounds of all kinds for rinsing at the appearance of any discharge from the genitals, but the tea mustn’t be strong.

Willow has beautiful cats used for tea that have a calming effect on the nerves. Favorably affects and on the full organs. It solves irregular menstruation problems, reduces ovarian pain, and problems with the uterus. These teas are prepared as follows.

Willow is almost always available to us, so we should use its healing properties. There is a cure for willow if you have problems with swollen legs. In this case, willow leaf wraps are prepared that can be fresh or dried. The leaves are dipped in hot vinegar, and when it cools down a bit, make a wrap and lean on the swollen feet.

Willow is also used to treat rheumatism by making tea the same amounts of willow bark and birch leaves. Take one teaspoon of this mixture for one cup of tea. After the mixture is steamed with hot water and after standing for a few minutes, you can drink three times a day. It can be sweetened with honey if desired.  

Preparation of willow

A powder is prepared from willow bark, which is poured over 2 cups of cold water. After cooling, drink in small sips throughout the day. Tea is drunk without sugar.

Soothing tea is also prepared, strengthening the blood, and is prepared in the following way: 250 g of young tops and buds, 500 ml of water, and 500 ml of wine. Leave to stand for about 15-16 hours and then cook for about 4 hours.

Drink 3 cups a day in small sips. The cups are small for coffee. Tea prepared in this way cures many other health problems: hives, ulcers, fever, rash on the body.

Willow is used when there are problems with nervous nerves. Tea is made from bark or leaves. There is also a powder. It is actually chopped willow that can be used by mixing half a teaspoon in a water glass and drinking it in the morning.

Wounds that are difficult to heal, especially in people with diabetes, should be sprinkled with a powder prepared from the bark of a willow that is ground, and you should add chopped charcoal prepared from linden wood to this powder. Wounds should be cleaned regularly, as with other types of treatment, except that in this case, they are sprinkled with this powder and not with some medical preparations.

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