Yarrow: useful properties and contraindications to this wonderful herb
Useful properties of herbs have long been usedpeople for the treatment and prevention of many diseases, as well as for cosmetic purposes. Despite the development of pharmaceuticals and synthetic drugs, plant raw materials are still effective and in many cases much more preferable. One of the most common and often used herbs is the yarrow.
Useful properties and contraindications to this herbknown to the doctors long ago, it has very valuable qualities. In its composition there are special tannins (they are also called tannins), due to which this plant has a bactericidal, anti-inflammatory and astringent effect, and also tones and soothes the skin, removes irritation. Means that contain yarrow, well help in skin care with acne and wide pores, treat fatty seborrhea of the face, are recommended for sweating, and also used to treat and strengthen hair. Yarrow - the grass is very valuable, it contains the substances of phylloquinones (this vitamin K) and due to them affects the strength of the capillaries, stops various bleeding, resolves bruises, helps heal wounds and ulcers. A wonderful and beautiful plant, it exerts an animating effect on the human body, gives strength and vivacity.
Yarrow, useful properties andthe contraindications of which are widely known, contains also carotene (that is, vitamin A), the lack of which causes early graying, brittle and dry hair, skin peeling, brittle nails. If it is too small, wrinkles and acne appear. In this plant there is an essential oil, flavonoids, vitamin C, amines, esters, acids. As a result, the herb has an anti-inflammatory, powerful bactericidal effect and a hemostatic effect. In addition, it strengthens the separation of bile.
This herb is used as aHemostatic agent when you need to cope with local bleeding. These are wounds in the nose, mouth, small wounds, abrasions and scratches. Yarrow is used to treat uterine and pulmonary hemorrhages, fibroids, various inflammations, bleeding during hemorrhoids. It is good in the treatment of diseases of the gastrointestinal tract (colitis, gastritis, ulcers), inflammatory processes in the urinary tract and to improve appetite, absorption of nutrients and liver protection.
Yarrow, useful properties andcontra-indications of which have made it one of the most frequently used plants, is a universal remedy for the protection of the organism, due to anti-inflammatory properties and antiseptic action. It is used in the treatment of colds, fevers, as well as to improve blood circulation and reduce blood pressure, with thrombosis and varicose, removes water and toxins, treats cystitis, helps with stones and deposits, joint problems, and stimulates the nervous system.
Yarrow, useful properties andthe contraindications of which have long been known, can be harmful. First of all, you need to remember that they can not be treated for a long time, as there may be a rash and even light dizziness. Therefore, the reception of this herb includes breaks up to two weeks. Contraindicated yarrow and pregnant women, because it can cause a reduction in the uterus and miscarriage. It can not be used with a tendency to thrombosis, increased coagulability of blood and allergies to this herb.