Rosehip: medicinal properties and contraindications to consumption
Mankind has long known the power of beautydrink, which is based on rosehip. Practically every plant has medicinal properties and contraindications. How are things with the dog rose? Despite the fact that it is rich in vitamins, there are limitations in its use. In order to get the maximum benefit and improve your health, you must familiarize yourself with all the nuances of using various products based on dog rose.
Rosehip fruits: medicinal properties
High content of ascorbic acid (more,than in a lemon or a currant) in a combination to a rich vitamin cocktail (And, E, R, K, B2) just and causes medical properties of berries. Rosehip has antioxidant and antibacterial properties. However, it should be noted that there are several types of plants.
Due to its composition, the dog rose widelyis used not only in folk medicine, but also in pharmaceutics, and in cosmetology. Everyone knows that a fragrant decoction of its berries can not only strengthen the protective functions of the body, but also successfully treat various inflammatory processes of acute and chronic etiology. By the way, for medicinal purposes use both fruits and flowers, leaves and plant roots. They serve as raw materials for the preparation of ointments, infusions, oils, syrups and broths.
All this arsenal helps humanity in the strugglewith arthritis, anemia, various diseases of the genitourinary sphere, dermatitis, psoriasis, trophic ulcers, burns, frostbite, etc. If it is necessary to strengthen the vascular system, the dog rose will also help. Therapeutic properties and contraindications to its use is important to know.
Contraindications to use
Do not recommend using rosehips to individuals,who suffer from heart diseases, for example endocarditis. Hypotonics should not use broths of dog rose, you can not use tinctures on alcohol at increased pressure. Cautious use of dog rose should people with a sick liver, with gastritis and ulcers. Chronic constipation is also a contraindication for the use of such a plant as a dogrose. The healing properties and contraindications to it can vary slightly, depending on what kind of herbs or berries you will brew. For example, the medicinal properties of hawthorn and dogrose complement each other. They are often used in collections as main components. Rosehip with hawthorn is recommended to brew with dried raspberries, apples, currants, red mountain ash in any proportions and combinations. Concentrated broth is used as a brew. This vitamin collection is able in a few days to cope with a cold or not to allow the onset of the disease.