Table of contents:
- Useful properties of the princess
- The use of the princess berry in medicine
Video: Princess Berry - Useful Properties, Application, Indications
Instructions for use:
- 1. Useful properties
- 2. The use of berries in medicine
- 3. Contraindications
Useful properties of the princess
Knyazhenika is a perennial berry that grows in Kamchatka, the Far East, Siberia and belongs to the pink family. This berry is also known under the names raspberry, hohlyanka, moss, earthen or arctic raspberry, princess, mamura, midday, princess.
Outwardly, the berry looks like a large raspberry, but its taste and aroma are more pronounced, therefore, of all the wild berries, the prince is appreciated more. The plant reaches a height of 30 cm, its stem is straight, and the leaves are trifoliate, on long petioles. The princess's flowers are dark pink, with five petals.
The princess blooms and bears fruit all summer, but it is recommended to collect the leaves in June, July, and the berries in August. Gather and prepare the princess with great care - the fruits are very fragile and tender. You need to look for a berry on the outskirts of moss and grassy swamps, small glades, on the slopes in the arctic tundra, in coniferous swampy forests.
The berries contain tannins, aromatic substances, citric and ascorbic acids, glucose, fructose, plant glycoside anthocyanin. The leaves of the princess contain phytoncides, ascorbic acid.
The calorie content of the princess is 26 calories.
The use of the princess berry in medicine
Tincture and decoctions from fresh and dry principality in folk medicine are used to relieve fever, treat asthma, cough, scurvy, and for general strengthening of the body.
The leaves of the princess are dried in the sun and brewed tea or made a tincture that helps to stop diarrhea: the leaves, like the berries, contain astringents. Decoctions help with kidney stones and gout, gastrointestinal diseases (enterocolitis, gastritis, colitis).
Fresh leaves of the princess can be applied to open wounds, they heal as well as plantain leaves.
Juice from berries tones, quenches thirst well and lowers the temperature, which helps with fever,
An aqueous infusion of berries can also be used topically - for rinsing the throat, mouth with angina and various inflammations of the mucous membrane. A water infusion on the leaves of the princess can treat various digestive disorders in children.
Gruel from fresh berries of the princess can eliminate urticaria that occurs in children with allergies or diathesis.
To prepare the infusion, take a tablespoon of dried berries, pour a glass of boiling water, and stand for 10 minutes. They drink an infusion from the princess two r / day, one glass each.
To prepare juice, fresh berries are sorted out, cleaned of leaves, washed, laid out in a sieve, poured over with boiling water. After the berries have cooled, they need to be kneaded, put on cheesecloth and squeezed. Such juice from the princess can be harvested for the winter - cans of juice are sterilized at a temperature of 80 degrees.
Frozen berries can also be prepared for the winter - they take the most ripe princess, washed, wait for the water to drain, then lay them on fabrics in one layer so that the berries dry out, and then carefully put them in plastic bags and put them in the freezer.
To dry, the berries are also washed, spread in the air in a thin layer and dried in the sun. Periodically, they need to be turned over, and at night it is better to bring the berries indoors. Drying principals in natural conditions usually lasts a week.
As a multivitamin, strengthening and anti-inflammatory agent, you can drink tea from the princess - a tablespoon of leaves is poured with 250 ml of boiling water and kept for an hour. You need to drink this tea warm, 125 ml 3-4 times a day. It also helps when applied externally - it heals wounds well.
The only contraindication to the use of the princess is its individual human intolerance.
Information about the drug is generalized, provided for informational purposes only and does not replace the official instructions. Self-medication is hazardous to health!