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White mistletoe (Viscum album)-evergreen plant-semi-parasite from the subfamily of Mistletoe (Viscaceae). The most common type of Mistletoe in Western and southern Europe – white Mistletoe (Viscum album). Mistletoe white - a plant with thin twigs, narrow paired leaves and yellowish-white berries. In the North and East of Europe there is Mistletoe painted (Viscum coloratum), very similar to Mistletoe white, only with yellow-orange berries. Each Mistletoe berry contains only one seed.
Mistletoe is a unique evergreen shrub of the family rendezveny. This plant prefers to grow on the branches of other trees, choosing shoots of pear, poplar, Apple, willow, acacia, Linden, birch, pine, maple and hawthorn. Fruit trees Mistletoe causes serious harm.
Mystery and mysticism have surrounded Mistletoe for centuries. Mistletoe was an important part of pagan rituals and celebrations many European tribes. The Druids priests of the ancient Celts, whose culture Mistletoe played the most significant role, considered a Holy herb and believed that the Mistletoe heals any illness and protects from evil.
Especially strong quality they attributed to the rare Mistletoe, that found on oak.
In ancient Irish writing Mistletoe represented a sign of healing and development of the spirit. Later, Mistletoe took a place of honor in witchcraft and magic: Mistletoe attributed the power of amulet, love spell, as well as means to increase fertility and successful hunting. Women who wanted to conceive a child, wore Mistletoe twigs at the waist or on the wrists.
Among the national names of the Mistletoe – oak berries in Russian, herb of the cross (Herbe de la Croix), reflecting the belief that the cross of Jesus Christ was made from Mistletoe wood, in French, as well as bird glue (Birdlime) due to the gluten contained in the berries and attract birds) and panacea (all-heal) in the English language.
Mistletoe consists of the following components:
higher fatty acids.
Mistletoe contributes to a noticeable decrease in blood pressure and perfectly strengthens the immune system. Moreover, the reception of white Mistletoe can significantly increase the tide of milk in nursing mothers.
It should be noted that in ancient times Mistletoe was used for various tumors.
Medieval healers considered Mistletoe a white panacea and a universal antidote. For centuries, Mistletoe has been used as a cure for epilepsy. In modern medicine, young shoots and leaves of mistletoe are used as part of hemostatic drugs, means to lower blood pressure and reduce the activity of the Central nervous system.
The content of biologically active substances in the Mistletoe varies depending on which "host" this Mistletoe grew. In contact with Mistletoe should be remembered that the juice of the plant can cause irritation of the skin and mucous membranes, and self-treatment with Mistletoe - is unacceptable.
In pharmacology, mainly used young stems and leaves of the plant. White Mistletoe branches are an effective remedy for hypertension. Along with this Mistletoe is an excellent tonic for various intestinal ailments.
When bleeding, it is recommended to use a liquid extract from the leaves. White Mistletoe can be an aid in the treatment of hypertension. In addition, it can be used for rapid recovery after severe infectious diseases.
In folk medicine, Mistletoe is often used for dizziness, as well as hemorrhoidal or uterine bleeding.
Water broth will quickly help with headaches, asthma, diarrhea and prolonged menstruation.
Tincture Of Mistletoe. This tool helps to cleanse the blood vessels, improving blood supply. Also tincture reduces the excitability of the nervous system and restores metabolism. It is noted that it is able to suppress the division of tumor cells.
In order to make a tincture, you will need 50 g of Mistletoe and 500 g of vodka. Infuse the mixture should be in a dark place for exactly 30 days and then take 40 drops 4 times per day.
The flowers of Mistletoe. This plant has a simple yellowish leaves. Preparations of the flowers of mistletoe may be used in inflammatory diseases of the kidney and atherosclerosis.
The Branch of Mistletoe. This part of the plant is extremely effective in dizziness. It is necessary to take 1 teaspoon of crushed branches of Mistletoe and fill them with 200 g of warm water. The mixture should be infused for at least 2-3 hours, after which it can be taken 70 ml three times a day. You can also brew a similar tea from the twigs and leaves of Mistletoe.
Mistletoe berries are used in official medicine in special medicines.
The Leaves Of Mistletoe. Diabetes 1 teaspoon of the mixture from the leaves of mistletoe is filled with 200 g of warm water. It is recommended to take such a remedy for 100 ml three times a day. As a rule, treatment courses are 14-21 days.
It is proved that with frequent or prolonged use of drugs from the presented grass, poisoning of the body occurs. Moreover, Mistletoe Is not recommended to take:
at low pressure;
with reduced thyroid function.
The White Mistletoe tincture consists of the following components:
plant hormones (estrogen and protection);
The Tincture of Mistletoe has the following properties and therapy has the following effects:
The White Mistletoe tincture is used in folk medicine for the treatment and prevention of the following diseases:
Dosage: 1 teaspoon 3 times a day.
Shelf of life: 2 years.
Volume: 500 ml.