Useful properties of viburnum

Very often in their garden, plant lovers grow such a shrub as viburnum. The beneficial properties of viburnum are known to almost everyone, which is why it is grown on its own sites.

Viburnum has white flowers that gather in corymbose inflorescences. Viburnum blooms from May to June, and begins to bear fruit from August-September.

Viburnum grows on the banks of reservoirs, rivers, in forest-steppe and forest zones. Viburnum is also very often grown as an ornamental or fruit plant.

The beneficial properties of viburnum are undeniable. The viburnum bark contains resins, viburnin, tannins, as well as resinous complex firs. These esters contain organic acids, phytosterol, carotene, phylloquinone, calcium, ascorbic and many other acids.

Among the useful properties of viburnum, one can distinguish antispasmodic, hemostatic, astringent, antitumor, sedative, diaphoretic and expectorant effects.

Kalina is very often used for hemorrhoidal and uterine bleeding, with painful menstruation, with neuroses, insomnia, hysteria, fibroma, gingivostomatitis, neuroses, stomach ulcers, convulsions, colds, headaches, atopic dermatitis, acne, wounds, carbuncles, ulcers, boils ...

To prepare an infusion of viburnum, the fruits in the amount of 2 tablespoons are crushed, poured with boiling water and boiled for a few more minutes, then the broth is cooled and filtered. This infusion is used for a third of a glass 3-4 times a day.

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