Sausage fever — properties, caloric content and application
Calorie: 1 kcal.
The energy value of the product Bedneck saxifrage:
Fat: 0 g
Carbohydrates: 0 g.
Rockerbane Feral — Umbrella plant, which has an upright stem and odd-pinnate leaves (see photo). The name of the plant was due to the places of growth. The bedourer grows on forest edges and meadows, the plant can often be found next to shrubs, it grows on the side of country roads.
If you turn to the legends, it will become clear why the plant has the name of stoneframe in the naming. According to legend, the plant breaks stones on the way to the sun. Another legend says that the femoral body is capable of destroying stones in the human body: in the urinary and gallbladder, in the kidneys.
Harvesting of saxifrage females involves the collection and storage of leaves, rhizomes and grass seed. The roots of the plant harvested in spring or autumn, after flowering. The roots of the saxifrages should be shaken off the ground, washed with running water and cut into small pieces. Dry the roots in a dark place, occasionally airing the room. Store dried roots in a can with the lid closed. As a rule, crushed rhizomes before use, so that the plant retains its flavor and medicinal properties.
The collection of leaves and stalks of the femur begin before its flowering, that is, in May. Dry the leaves in a cool room or in an open area in the shade. Dried leaves retain their color and are easily crushed into powder. There is also another plant storage method in which the leaves of the femur salt.
Seeds of plants are harvested at approximately the end of August or at the beginning of autumn; mature seeds should be light brown in color. In order to collect the seeds, it is necessary to hang the cut umbrellas of the plant over the old sheet. Seeds that do not fall on the fabric, it is necessary to further thresh. Dried seeds are stored in a jar, but should ensure that they do not fall into direct sunlight.
The beneficial properties of the saxifrage females were mentioned in the sources of the XVI century. The poor fellow was there as a medicine effective in plague and cholera epidemics. Pharmacopies of countries such as Switzerland and Norway describe methods for applying its rhizomes.
The roots of the femur contain a small amount of essential oil (about 0.7%). In the composition of the essential oil, scientists have discovered the substance Saksazulen. Essential oil is a golden-yellow liquid with an unpleasant odor. The leaves of the plant during flowering contain carotene and vitamin C. The root of the femur contains saponins, tannins, resins, gum.
The elevated part of the femur due to the presence of fiber helps to normalize metabolic processes, is good remedy for constipation. The caloric value of the product is only 0.1 kcal per 100 g. Bulgarian traditional medicine uses the plant as a remedy for the treatment of gastric diseases.
In cosmetology, camouflage feminine is known as a natural remedy for getting rid pigment spots. For this purpose, apply the juice of the plant. The lotions of freshly squeezed femur juice are applied to the skin for 15 minutes. Also, in order to clear the skin of pigment spots, use a wipe with fresh sap of the plant.
In cooking, bedrock is used as an additive in salads, seasoning for meat and vegetable dishes. Bedourant is sometimes added to a vinaigrette to give it a special taste and smell. The grass tastes more like a cucumber, at first the taste is very soft, then it becomes more saturated. The bedourer goes well with lemon, adding lemon juice enhances the aroma of the plant. The herb is widely used to smell vinegar and drinks. Thanks to the feminine drinks get a golden hue and a special aroma.
For food purposes can be used almost all parts of the plant. The leaves of the femur can be brewed as a drink, which is known as “Chigir tea”. This drink is a surrogate of tea, has a pleasant taste and aroma. Umbrellas plants can be used for canning vegetables. Seeds of females are used in the confectionery industry, as well as in baking. In culinary recipes, the feminine can be found as a substitute for cumin and anise. He often replaces anise in dishes of Caucasian cuisine, the leaves of the plant are added to spicy salads, and the root is used as seasoning.
In the food industry, the plant is used as a natural dye that gives a golden hue to drinks. The bedounger kamnelomka goes well with fish dishes, pilaf, soups, salads.
The benefits of plants due to its healing properties. Bedrider has an expectorant effect, helps with coughing.
In folk healing, the stem, seeds, leaves and root of the herb are used. On the basis of the saxifrage femone, they prepare tincture and decoction, which help gout, kidney stones. The infusion is made from 15 grams of rhizomes, which are poured with a glass of water and boiled for 15 minutes. Then the mixture is infused for several hours and take one-third of a glass up to 4 times a day. Infusion is also a diaphoretic remedy, which is used for colds. Infusion of the femur can be treated sore throat with sore throat, for this you should use the infusion as a gargle.
In ancient Rome, the bedouver was known as a remedy for heart disease, they also treated the diseases of the male and female reproductive system. Traditional medicine recommends using the femoral as a means to improve digestion. For constipation, an infusion of femoral root is taken inside. The plant has a positive effect on the body with colds. Infusions of femur help reduce the temperature, are considered a good diaphoretic.
Diuretic properties plants allow it to be used for edema, dropsy, diseases of the urinary system, gout. The roots of the femur are considered a blood-purifying agent, they are used for diseases of the nervous system, edema. According to some sources, the rhizome of the femur is used in cancer of the uterus, diphtheria, and plague. Outside, the plant is used to treat diseases such as vitiligo, for this purpose flowers and grass seeds are used. For maximum effect, an infusion of femoral inside is taken. In homeopathy, the plant is part of herbal for the treatment of gastric and lung diseases.
As a painkiller used fresh plant juice. The juice is squeezed out of thoroughly washed roots of the femur, which are harvested in spring or autumn. Take juice should be half a teaspoon, together with 1.5 tsp. bee honey three times a day. Alcohol drops are prepared on the basis of the plant: 100 grams of the root powder is poured with vodka and left to stand for 20 days in a dark place. Take the tincture of 20 drops 3 times a day.
Bedrock kamnelomka is widely used in the recipes of alternative medicine for the treatment and prevention of various diseases.