Herbal infusion №4
Herbal infusion №4 includes:
- Dooryard plantain leaves have hemostatic, antimicrobial, wound-healing effect. Leaves contain enough potassium, calcium, magnesium, barium, boron, vitamins C and K. Plantain is used for strengthening and caring of hair as part of masks and conditioners.
- Common nettle has hemostatic, inflammatory, multivitamin, antipruritic, regeneration stimulating (healing), metabolism normalizing, blood-cleansing, analgesic, antiseptic, anti-convulsive properties. Nettle leaves contain vitamins A, B, K, C, B2, B6. Infusions of nettle are applied in case of neuralgia, joint aches, open trophic ulcers, wounds, eczema, psoriasis.
- White willow bark contains components valuable by its pharmacological properties - tannins, salicylic acid glycosides, flavonoids, ascorbic acid and a number of other biologically active components, including useful organic acids. Drugs based on white willow are used in treatment of dermatological diseases, abscesses, ulcers. Bark infusion is considered one of the most effective tools for hyperhidrosis of feet.
- Black poplar bark – plant is used as anti-inflammatory, analgesic, astringent, wound healing, antimicrobial and diaphoretic. Ointment is made of poplar buds and it’s good for joint pain, trichomonas colpitis, ulcers, a variety of fungal dermatitis, alopecia and other diseases.
- Ivy leaves contain more than 50 kinds of saponins. Exactly they exhibit a high antibacterial activity, harmful to fungi and bacteria. Ivy has restorative properties for capillaries and therefore is used in the treatment and prevention of varicose veins. In addition to the specific effects ivy has a restorative and tonic effect on the entire body. It mobilizes body defenses and promotes speedy recovery from illness.
- Grass of thyme - in this plant there are many useful components, such as bitter principles and tannins, resins, gums, fats, oleic and ursolic acids, vitamins B and C. Its useful properties are manifested in the antiseptic, wound healing and disinfecting effect on the human body.