serpillo, Serpil, serpollo, grass moon.
Antispasmodic, microbicide. Against whooping cough,
state, spasms of the throat and
François Rabelais, French writer of the century CVL, fan plants, in 1546 he wrote his book The third book, and wild
she referred to as "the plant that climbs along the
It grows in the sunny hills and
Europe and Asia, where the
does not exist.
The extract of wild
included in the composition of drops and syrups against cough, colds and
, for similar qualities and some higher, as their ability to
the cough. It's cousin (
, and whether in antiquity is not spoken of it is simply because they are not met in Greece and in countries with which Greece had trade relations, namely the Mediterranean and some of the East. Wild
is developed in
Europe, where, in contrast, no
. Both of plants in some areas and the Pyrenees of southern France.
perennial plant, woody stem that grows horizontally and branches, relying on the floor. Produces Further ramifications that reach vertical take up to 50 cm in height, like the ends of the horizontal stems, which are kept up to the same height. There are many varieties of wild
with different characteristics, it would be difficult to give
it is worth knowing what those differences. All have in
flowers in the form of
tube that is divided into two lips, with the top three divisions deep (unlike the
, in which the divisions are very pronounced.
The leaves are elongated and rounded even buy their flowers give off different colors and different flavors. In some parts is called wild
and Northern Europe, Ios and valleys in the mountains. It
been found up to 2, 500 m above sea level. Prefers
arid soil, or rocky as the clear forests. It also grows on the bark of rugged mountains.
flowers and leaves have an
oil - rich cimol and pinene, aromatics (thymol and carvacrol characteristic
, are also found,
in very low proportion) Tannins, resins and
substances are also characteristic of the wild
excellent qualities to alleviate the cough. It is also antiseptic, digestive tonic to help digestion and removes the worms from intestines. Moreover, in general, tones the body to act on the nerve centers and encourage blood circulation.
We use the flowering tops, to be collected as soon as the buds open all
. Dry in the shade are kept away from light and moisture.
USES AND APPLICATIONS:
The application form is more usual in infusion: sumidades one or two per cup, three times
day, usually after meals. You can drink
cup at any time, even if not to cure any ill will as always invigorate the body against the cough can be prepared by mixing the infusion of
flowers to equal loaves, adding
tablespoon of honey to sweeten. Will be taking
soup spoon every hour (daytime) It is also very tasty
that leaves the dishes when used in the meals.
Galenica forms / Dosage.
one tablespoon per cup of dessert. Infuse for 10 minutes. Three or four cups
day, before or after meals.
oil (see precautions)
3 to 5 drops, three times
cup of infusion or on
Capsules (50 mg / caps. Three per day, after meals.
Suppositories (25 - 50 mg / sup. One to three
Fluid extract (1:
1) 20 - 40 drops, one to three times
10) 50 - 100 drops, three times
1 - 2, 5 g / day, in doses of 300 to 500 mg.
50 g / l, boil 2 minutes, leave to infuse for 10. Apply in the form of towels, lotions, mouthwashes, gargarismos,
irrigation, local or general bathrooms, hair friction, inhalations.
oil: in the form of an ointment or liniment: as
pectorals to treat
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