Description: Cinquefoil used in homeopathy. It exhibits antibacterial, and tromboplasticheskuyu antifiorinoliticheskuyu activity, stimulates intestinal motility, regulates the function of the colon, prevents constipation. In national medicine decoction and infusion used to treat diarrhea syndrome, cramps of the stomach and intestines, nephrolithiasis and cholelithiasis, algomenoree. Outwardly - with bleeding gums, ulcerative gingivitis, rashes, acne, bleeding wounds, and artralgiyah. The Tibetan and Mongolian folk medicine used as a rootstock antiseptic to treat diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, diarrhea, dyspepsia, dysentery, urolithiasis, tumors. Uses: For food, use young leaves and roots. Leaves are for preparing a green soup, as well as salads mixed with other fresh herbs or vegetables. Puree the leaves and serve as a condiment for these dishes: Fish, meat, cereals, and soups. Dried leaves are used as a substitute for tea. Crushed in a meat grinder leaves can be stored for a long time in the refrigerator in a closed glass container. The roots are pre-boiled for 20 minutes in salted water, then roasted with potatoes and onions. Yakut and Tibetans eat boiled tuberiform thickened rhizomes. From the dried roots are flour.
Attention! Before using any herbal products, make sure that you have full knowledge of how the herb works and any adverse reaction it may cause.