Dewberry And Bramble – Discover The Healing Qualities Of Them (Part 2)

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The article deals with the healing properties of dewberry and bramble. It describes simple guidelines on how to use the herbs when dealing with various health problems, such as, diarrhea, bleeding, inflammation of digestive tract, fever, high temperature, neurodermatitis, enteritis, inflamed throat, purulent tonsils, eczema, psoriasis, trophic ulcer and other.

Dewberry (rubus caesius) and bramble (rubus nessensis) are thorny bushes of the genus Rubus in the family of rose (rosaceae). These plants grow to a height of 150 centimeters, sometimes even 3-4 meters. Leaves are shaped like an egg. White blossoms are arranged in thin umbels located at the tops of branches. The plant blooms in June and July. Fruit is a black drupe ripening in July and August.

  1. Leaves have perspiratory, diuretic, astringent, anti-allergic, sedative and anti-inflammatory action. They strengthen your body. An infusion made of the leaves is used to treat inflammation of digestive tract, bleeding and diarrhea. In order to make the infusion, you should infuse a tablespoon of granulated leaves with a glass of boiling water. Let the infusion brew for an hour and decant it. Drink half a glass of the infusion 3-4 times a day before meal.
  2. Fruits have astringent, perspiratory, sedative, diuretic, anti-allergic and anti-inflammatory action. In addition, they strengthen your organism. An infusion made of the fruits is a great perspiratory remedy for the treatment of cold viruses, fever and high temperature. When preparing the infusion, infuse 2 tablespoons of dried fruits with a glass of boiling water and leave the tincture to brew for 20 minutes. Drink a glass of the infusion every 2-3 hours.
  3. The infusion made of the leaves is intended for external use, as well. You should gargle it to treat inflamed throat in case of angina or purulent tonsils. You can add the remedy to your bath water to deal with various skin diseases, such as, eczema, psoriasis, neurodermatitis and other.
  4. Use fresh dewberry and bramble leaves for compresses to treat trophic ulcer.
  5. Infuse dried rootstock with boiling water to get a tea. Drink the tea to treat dropsy. In addition, it can be used in case of chronic appendicitis, enteritis, leucorrhea and upset stomach.
  6. Chew fresh leaves to deal with bleeding gums.
  7. Fruits are proven to be of great help when dealing with anemia. You can juice the fruits and drink the juice, as well.

Fresh fruits are used for food to make jam, juice, stewed fruits and etc.



Source by Arta Marta

Thеrе’ѕ nо denyіng thаt we’re all slowly going back to naturе. And I meаn thаt litеrally. People nowadayѕ are starting to live simplеr and heаlthier by gоing bасk to the basіcs. How basіc? Well, a lot of pеoplе turning to hеrbs аs аn аlternаtіve waу of healing. Hеrbаl mеdicinе haѕ bееn аround for centurieѕ. According to Stеvеn Chasens, an hеrbalist, “Hеrbаl medicine hаs been uѕеd as kitchеn mediсine fоr thоusаnds of yearѕ, and whіle оur bodу’ѕ reѕponѕe to thеsе natural trеatmеnts haѕ nоt сhanged, we nоw hаvе more global choicеs than еvеr.” Plеaѕе keep in mіnd, however, thаt nоt all herbal ѕupplementѕ arе appropriate for аll peоple, so chеck wіth yоur doctor tо ѕee іf you’re іn the сlear. Be sure tо conѕult your personal physiciаn bеfоrе making major changes tо your dіet. Always prаctice preсautionary measures before using any of thеѕе herbѕ. Consult wіth a medical professional fоr the best wау of using them. Thіs warning iѕ is especіally fоr pregnant wоmеn, breаstfeeding mothers, people tаkіng blood thinners, people with hіgh blood preѕѕure, etc.

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