Description: annual herb with a bearded root. The stem is rounded, hollow, up to 1 m tall. The leaves are lanceolate, the flowers are green with long spines in the form of spikelets, which form panicles.
Raw materials: oatmeal.
Main action: sedative, in some cases mild sleeping pills.
Oats are used as a dietary food for acute inflammatory diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, fever, gout.
Method of administration: 1 tbsp. l oat grains or flakes in 2 glasses of water, cook for a long time. It is advised on the eve to pour oats or flakes with water in the evening and cook the next day. Take a decoction of 1 glass per day (drink as tea).
Useful and oatmeal drink with milk and honey. Pour a glass of oats (flakes) with 5 cups of water, boil until half the amount of water evaporates. Strain and add an equal volume of milk (about 2 glasses) and boil again. Then add 4 tsp. honey (can be more to taste) and cook again. Pleasant to the taste and high-calorie drink should be drunk in 2-3 doses for 1 day, preheated.
Description: perennial herb with a rod-shaped thickened root and short rhizome. Stems erect, 50-90 cm tall. Leaves alternate, twice – thrice pinnate. Flowers one by one on the top of the stems, 7–13 cm in size. Petals 5–10, unmatured, blood-red (pale reddish or pink).
Raw materials: roots.
The main action: soothing and antispasmodic.
Method of application: boil the coffee spoon of the roots erased in the powder in 0.5 l of water for 3-5 minutes. Strain the broth and drink on a coffee cup 3 times a day. In the same way you can cook and hot infusion of leaves. Children are contraindicated!