Sumac - against swellings, wounds, toothache. Directions for use.
Sumac, also known as mountain dabovina, tetra, and more., Grows in dry, rocky and warmer places. Occurs near roads, remove, rare woods throughout, mostly calcareous soils. It is a shrub to 4m tall, with smooth reddish bark with soft, large leaves with reddish-purple streaks. The flowers are small, gathered in clusters at the tips of stems.
For therapeutic purposes used the leaves that are harvested at the beginning of flowering, before the formation of the fruit. The best time is from June to August. Mature leaves and dense, carefully detach without crush. The leaves are dried in the shade or sun after being purged from various impurities. Stir often, especially at the beginning of drying. In any case, do not allow the leaves to moisten as much of the lost content of tannins, especially because that herb prices.
The drug, also rich in tannins, essential oils and other valuable items are stored in a cool dry, well-packed in paper bags.
Herb has astringent, anti-inflammatory, antiseptic. Widely used in folk medicine especially externally. It is used to great effect for skin diseases, pustules and sores, swelling in the legs (frost) and sweating in hemorrhoids, boils, ulcers in the mouth, gingivitis, toothache and more.
For external use:
100g chopped leaves of sumac brew in one liter of boiling water. After cooling, the infusion is strained and used as a compress, wash (with whites) and feet (with the rest of Strain).
About gargle and gargle with Arcol, the liquid is prepared by a tablespoon drugs pour in half a pint of boiling water. Add a pinch of salt and nishadar.Sled cooling remedy is ready for use.
For internal use:
* One tablespoon chopped sumac leaves are covered with 500ml boiling water. Boil for 5 minutes. on low heat and strain. Drink one glass of wine (75ml.) four times a day before meals.
Helps with diarrhea and dysentery in kidney disease, ulcers and heartburn, asthma and others.
It is imperative that before you begin treatment should consult with your doctor in order to avoid unintended consequences.