It is not surprising that the thigh plant was included in the state pharmacopoeia of Germany and Switzerland. The saxifrage thigh is a surprisingly resilient and unpretentious plant of the umbelliferous family. A thigh grows on virgin edges, forest glades and on stony soils. It is not possible to tear up a plant because it sits quite firmly in the ground, and over the years it accumulates unique biological substances: aromatic compounds, acetic and benzoic acids, fatty and essential oils, resins, saponins, coumarins, proteins, sugars, flavonoids.
The presence of a wide variety of effective compounds determines the rather widespread use of the thigh in folk medicine. It is worth noting that in recent years, people have forgotten the miraculous possibilities of the thigh due to the universal fascination with antibiotics. Of course, the action of the femur is slower than the action of Trichopolum, but it is so reliable that you can not even doubt the patient's upcoming recovery. Infusion of the thigh kills trichomonads in the genitourinary system, is highly active in colpitis, mastopathy, adnexitis, erosion, myoma, in infertility, and also regulates good patency of the fallopian tubes.
An effective decoction of the thigh is prepared at the rate of a liter of water per one tbsp. a spoonful of grass and rhizomes. After a meal, one hundred grams. Boil the thigh in a water bath for ten minutes. You can douche with this decoction. For alcohol tincture of the thigh, you need to take one hundred grams of herb and five hundred grams of vodka. Infuse vodka with a thigh for two weeks, occasionally shaking. Take a whole month for a teaspoon four times after a meal. After a while, the course is repeated.
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In the treatment of the genitourinary system in women, the maximum effect can be achieved by alternating the intake of tinctures from the femur with the reception of tinctures from the pear. It contains very rare iridoid glycosides that help in the treatment of female infections. It is worth noting that official medicine has long recognized the thigh as an excellent tool in the treatment of pneumonia, laryngitis, bronchitis, bronchial asthma. In Bulgaria, the tincture of the thigh is used to discolor age spots and with vitiligo.
In early spring, excellent salads are prepared from the leaves of the thigh, and aromatic and tasteful roots of the plant are suitable as a seasoning for fish dishes. Here he is, this saxifrage thigh. Oddly enough, the thigh plant is widespread in nature, especially in the non-chernozem region of our country.