queen of the meadow,

Publié par happy-diet samedi 8 mai 2010

Miss Meadows

Filipendula ulmaria - Meadowsweet
Wreath Bokisi
Queen of meadow, meadows wreath

English names:

Synonyms and Common names: Spiraea ulmaria (L.), Bridewort, meadow queen, meadow-wort, pride of the meadow, queen of the meadow, lady of the meadow, dollof, meadsweet

Latin Name:

Filipendula ulmaria; syn. Spiraea ulmaria
Common name: Queen of the meadow
Plant type: Herbaceous perennial
Family: Rosaceae

Range: through Europe, North America and North Asia.

Habitat: wet land in the marsh areas, wetlands, forests and pastures wet, rack and wet river rock.

Plant species shifts from a perennial live in the land
Moist so high in 1900.
The length of the plant 1 to 1,5 m and has a strong solid ribbed, dark green leaves from the top, white bottom rack.

Flowers small, white, Mentzationp in the form of blisters.

Parts used: the flowering or plant as a whole.

Flower time: June - August

Effective elements: tanning, minerals, vitamin c, Glikozyd, Oils
Aromatic Alded Salicylic de methylamino.

Queen meadows historically used by herbalist for a wide range of conditions, including the treatment of rheumatic complaints of the joints and muscles.
Nicholas Kalpiber chemist, the English seventeenth century, said manual to help break the fever, and upgrade the race during the cold or the flu.

Miss Meadows treat gastrointestinal excellent, protects and calms the mucous membranes, reduces excess acidity and live nausea, aid digestion and can be used in the treatment of burning, hyper acidity, gastritis and ulceration, is useful in the treatment of diarrhea in children, influenza, fever, headache , Holding the tissue, diuretic, anti rheumatic, anti-convulsion, house, sweaty, activator, to the imams of the wounds.


From home and abroad.

Use of procedure:

Anti good for rheumatism, beneficial for treating inflammation
The stomach and ulcers, diarrhea, and uric acid, gout, Cellulite, atherosclerosis, hypertension, Althsi

How to prepare:

Soak at 50 g in one liter of water and taken them four cups a day.

External use:

To deal with acne, pink, cuts and sores and pain of rheumatism.
Extracted by boiling at 50 g in one liter of water and used in the form of compresses.

Important warnings

Minor children under the age of 16 who suffer from cold, flu or chicken pox should not take the queen promoter because it contains aspirin.
This treatment should not be given to the people who have sensitivity to aspirin.

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