1. pharmacological properties of white willow
2. application of white willow bark
4. Traditional recipes using white willow bark
white willow or willow - a species of willow, different from the other members of the willow and the greatest height of the longest branches.In folk medicine, and pharmaceuticals used white willow bark, which was composed of securities on their pharmacological properties components - tannins, glycosides, salicylic acid, flavonoids, ascorbic acid and a number of other biologically active components, including the useful organic acids.
Procurement of raw materials for the manufacture of medicaments of white willow is conducted from March to May.The bark is dried after collection, and then ground to a fine powder.From it is prepared medicines, medicinal teas and infusions, as well as used in the various recipes of traditional medicine.Inflorescences of white willow harvested in May - are also preparing de
Preparations medicines based on the bark of white willow have a disinfectant, antiseptic, antifebrile, diaphoretic, antirheumatic, hypotensive, diuretic and choleretic effect.Tinctures and hydroalcoholic extracts from the bark of white willow have a pronounced analgesic, antipyretic and anti-inflammatory effect, and aqueous and alcoholic extracts possess antiviral activity.
glycosides salicylic acid contained in willow bark, are valuable biologically active substances that increase the secretion of gastrointestinal glands, and bronchial glands, increasing the secretion of gastric and pancreatic juice, as well as facilitating the exit of bronchial secretions.In addition, extracts from white willow bark have vasoconstrictor effect and enhance blood clotting.
also proved that drugs derived from the bark of the plant, a few have the ability to reduce heart rate, increasing the amplitude of heart contractions and increasing coronary vessels.
The most common pharmaceutical use white willow bark, while in folk medicine as a raw material for the preparation of therapeutic agents are also used, and the plant blossoms (catkins).
decoctions and infusions of willow bark have the ability to excrete uric acid, so they are often used in the treatment of arthritis and gout.The ground willow bark is used as a part of diuretic, choleretic and sweatshop charges.
decoction of white willow is used as an antipyretic, analgesic and hemostatic agent for gastric diseases, rheumatism, acute respiratory diseases, various neuralgia, ulcers and bedsores.Preparations from willow bark is used as an astringent and anti-inflammatory remedy for gingivitis, stomatitis and cataracts of the upper respiratory tract.
Preparations based on use of white willow and externally: in the treatment of dermatological diseases, abscesses, ulcers.The infusion of the bark of the plant is considered one of the most effective tools for excessive sweating feet.
white willow bark is also used in homeopathy.It is prepared from an alcoholic solution for oral administration, which is used in the treatment of rheumatism, arthritis and gout.
Shredded bark is part of a number of dietary supplements, combined herbal remedies and herbal mixtures that are used in the treatment of various diseases:
Here are a few popular recipes of traditional medicine, as part of which used the bark and inflorescence plants:
White willow has low toxicity and has no toxic effects or any other adverse effects on the body (when used in therapeutic doses).Nevertheless, based on raw materials of vegetable drugs have a number of contraindications.
White willow and preparations based on it do not apply in case of hypersensitivity to salicylates, during pregnancy, when treating children and adolescents under the age of 16 years (in the presence of flu symptoms and colds), as well as in patients with peptic ulcer of the stomach or duodenum, bronchial asthma or allergic diseases.
Another contraindication white willow is the simultaneous use of medicines for cold, cough medications, aspirin, antacids, vitamins and amino acids.
Product description posted on this page is a supplement and a simplified version of the official version of the annotations to the drug.The information is provided for informational purposes only and is not a guide to self-medication.Before using the product you should consult with a specialist and to get acquainted with the instructions approved by the manufacturer.
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