Medicinal plants: flavonoids, coumarin heterosides, buttercup, anthracene, tannins

Medicinal Botanical

Medicinal plants with flavonoids:
They synergy with vitamin C. Improve elasticity and cardiac capillary. Spasmolytic and diuretic.

Heather, Shepherd's purse, or white hawthorn, horsetail, buckwheat, Retama, sunflower, white nettle, flax, Ruda, Elder.

Coumarin heterosides medicinal plants:
Vasodilators. Some highly toxic.

Oats, Fresno, sweet clover, Parsnip

Medicinal plants ranunculos:
They are unstable. Use it only in extract and tincture. Are vesicant and irritant of the skin and mucous membranes. The extract is antirheumatic, diuretic and antispasmodic. Use preferably in Homeopathy.

Medicinal plants with Anthracene:

Are laxatives when their anthracenes are processed in the bile.
The laxative effect of these plants depends on the digestibility of dye in the bile. It is absorbed by the small intestine and then, six hours later, eliminated in the large intestine where it acts as purgative.

Pregnant women and people with hemorrhoids should refrain from them altogether, given the rush of blood that lead to the abdomen.

Frangula, Hypericum, Rhubarb

Medicinal plants with tannins:
They are the antidote of alkaloids by precipitation. They are astringent, anti-inflammatories, disinfectants. (Do not boil over 10 minutes).
The plants to be astringent, form on wounds or mucous membrane a thin layer of coagulation. They are very effective as a compress or in bathrooms, in cases of inflammation, swelling and redness. Teas are looking for plants in which the tannin is accompanied by scents (peppermint, sage). These

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