Many people know about the benefits of walnuts. But not everyone knows what properties have the leaves of this amazing tree. Are they used in traditional or traditional medicine? We'll talk about this in this article.
Walnut leaves in their composition as they growdevelopment accumulate a large amount of vitamin C. Its maximum reaches in the middle of the vegetative period. By its quantity, the leaves of the walnut are not inferior to the black currant. As you know, vitamin C helps to strengthen the walls of blood vessels, supports and normalizes the work of the kidneys and liver. In addition, the leaves contain pigment yuglon, which has bactericidal properties, vitamin B1, as well as traces of essential oil and carotene.
Your nervous system, vessels and heart workwill support vitamin B1. In addition, it will increase the overall resistance of the body, will have a beneficial effect on the digestive tract. Carotene is a powerful antioxidant that the body needs.
The phytoncides and yuglon contained in the walnut leaves are able to fight the pathogens of tuberculosis and dysentery, staphylococci, candida. Essential oils are natural repellents.
Infusions, decoctions, teas from walnut leaves recommendtake with inflammatory bowel disease, diarrhea, conjunctivitis, blepharitis and other inflammatory eye diseases. In addition, the healing properties of walnut leaves are used in the treatment of stomatitis, gingivitis. Widely used infusions and teas from walnut leaves in dermatology: in the treatment of eczema, frostbite, acne.
The walnut leaves begin to be harvested inJune, even before their final development. Dry them in the sun, while paying attention to ensure that they do not turn black. The appearance of black color indicates that the healing properties of raw materials are lost.
If you do not have the opportunity to prepare raw materials on your own, do not worry, today the dried leaves can be purchased at any pharmacy.
From ancient times, folk healers know aboutuseful properties of walnut leaves. Therefore, they successfully use drugs prepared on their basis, for the treatment of dysbiosis. In addition, such compounds are well recommended as a wound-healing agent, perfectly stop bleeding, stimulate the movement of blood in the vessels. Decoctions and infusions are used for external use. They are effective for some types of skin diseases and sweating.
Walnut leaves (extract) are part of thepreparation "Imupret" (Germany), which stimulates immunity. The use of this agent significantly shortens the time of recovery for various infectious diseases. In addition, the number of exacerbations of chronic diseases decreases, the body's resistance to acute viral and respiratory infections increases.
To make it, you will need dry walnut leaves (one and a half tablespoons). They should be poured with boiling water (500 ml). The resulting composition should be infused for about two hours.
Infusion is recommended when the body is depleted, beriberi, as a restorative. Take thirty milliliters for half an hour before meals.
Dry leaves of walnut (500 g) pour water (10 liters), boil for thirty minutes, strain, dilute with water in a ratio of 1: 1 and add to the bath.
Such a decoction is useful for the skin. It can be used for the prevention and treatment of skin diseases. In addition, it is effective in the treatment of pediatric diathesis.
You will need one teaspoon (with a slide) of dry raw materials. It must be boiled (1 glass). Tea is infused for about ten minutes.
Such a tea can also be used for rinsing, butin this case it is better to dilute it with tea from a medical daisy in the ratio 1: 1. Such a composition is suitable for rinsing the mouth, washing the eyes. In addition, this tea will help to remove menstrual pain.
If you want your hair to be strong andhealthy, use the infusion of leaves to rinse. This will help prevent hair loss, give them shine, restore their structure and density.
Baths with the addition of light broth soften andsoothe inflamed skin, relieve irritation, significantly reduce sweating of feet and palms. The ash of the burned leaves is used to make an ointment for the treatment of wounds, burns and other skin damage.
Do not think that the preparations made from walnut leaves are completely harmless. They, like, however, and all herbal remedies, have some contraindications. These include:
With caution should be used suchmedicines for ulcer of duodenum and stomach, acute pancreatitis, gastritis (with high acidity). It is advisable to consult a specialist beforehand.