Table of contents:
- pharmachologic effect
- Release form
- Indications for use Burnet
- Instructions for use Burnet
- Side effect
- Storage conditions
- Burnet: prices in online pharmacies
Video: Herb Burnet Medicinal - Properties, Root Application
Instructions for use:
- 1. Pharmacological action
- 2. Release form
- 3. Indications for use
- 4. Contraindications
- 5. Instructions for use
- 6. Side effects
- 7. Storage conditions
Prices in online pharmacies:
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Burnet is a medicinal plant used as a hemostatic and antidiarrheal agent.
Burnetus officinalis is a tall perennial herb with large basal leaves and small dark red flowers.
Burnet grass grows mainly in humid places - along river banks and in flooded meadows. Blooms throughout the summer.
In medicine, rhizomes and roots of Burnet, which are harvested from summer to autumn, are widely used. The collected, washed and air-dried roots are dried in ovens. Rhizome and root Burnet root contain ellagic and gallic acids, tannins, catechin and gallocatechin, vitamin C, pyrogallol, as well as flavonoids, saponins and other substances. It has a hemostatic, antidiarrheal, anti-inflammatory, uterotonic, enveloping, vasoconstrictor, antiseptic and astringent effect.
According to an old tradition, the Kneeglebot was used to treat children for neurological diseases. The scent of the herb was believed to bring health and longevity.
Burnet medicinal is produced in the form:
- Vegetable chopped raw materials containing pieces of rhizomes and roots Yellowish Burnet with an almost black cork. Virtually odorless with an astringent taste. 30 g, 35 g, 40 g, 50 g, 60 g, 75 g, 100 g in cardboard boxes;
- Powdered plant materials. In filter bags of 1.5 g, in cartons of 20 or 30 pieces.
Indications for use Burnet
Burnet in the form of extracts and decoctions is used for:
- Heavy menstrual bleeding;
- Hemorrhoidal bleeding;
- Bleeding in the post-coagulation period of treatment of the cervix;
- Amoebic dysentery;
- Thrombosis of the blood vessels of the extremities;
- Acute and chronic gastrointestinal diseases accompanied by diarrhea.
The herb Burnet is also used externally to treat burns and trophic ulcers.
For stomatitis, Burnet is used as a gargle.
Burnet is contraindicated in pregnancy, hypersensitivity to the plant and during lactation.
Use the herb Burnet with caution for thromboembolism and increased blood clotting.
Instructions for use Burnet
To prepare a decoction from the root of Burnet, 1 tablespoon of plant materials or 3 filter bags are poured with 1 glass of boiling water and heated for 30 minutes in a water bath. Without cooling, filter and squeeze out the remaining raw materials. Then the volume is adjusted to 200 ml.
The resulting volume is divided into 4 doses. Before using Burnet, it is recommended to shake the broth. The cooked broth of Burnet Medicinal is stored for no more than two days in a cool place.
In the form of a decoction, Burnet for children is usually used in the treatment of toxic and gastrogenic diarrhea in a teaspoon or tablespoon every two hours until improvement occurs.
For chronic dysentery, 10% Burnet broth is used for children: up to a year - 200 g per day, older age - 300-400 g.
When using Burnet, minor allergic reactions are possible.
With prolonged use, an increase in blood clotting may occur.
Burnet root is released without a medical prescription. Shelf life is 5 years.
Burnet: prices in online pharmacies
Heritage of nature Burnet medicinal herbal tea 50 g 1 pc.
Information about the drug is generalized, provided for informational purposes only and does not replace the official instructions. Self-medication is hazardous to health!