Main indications for use.
The main indications of the red root are chronic diseases of the male reproductive system:
– male infertility.
Active ingredients have anti-inflammatory properties, have a high P-vitamin activity (strengthen the walls of blood vessels).
Additional indications are inflammatory diseases of the kidneys, stones in the kidneys and bladder. This is due to the fact that the substances of this plant regulate the withdrawal of salts and toxic substances from the urinary tract, and the crystal structure of urine is optimized.
The action of the red root helps to remove sand from the kidneys and bladder, and the active antimicrobial action helps to cope with pyelonephritis and cystitis.
-chronic diseases of the male reproductive sphere (prostatitis, prostate adenoma, impotence, male infertility);
– the prolapse of the kidneys, uterus, intestines, prolapse of the rectum, bladder weakness;
– neurological and cardiovascular pathologies, hypotension;
– gynecological inflammation in women;
strong fortifying agent that increases immunity and normalizes metabolism
Biologically active substances of the plant, its toxicity and safety.
The content of catechins from the group of bioflavonoid compounds with P-vitamin activity, in terms of dry matter, reaches up to 34%.
The toxicity of the plant is low; side effects are possible only when the permissible dosages are exceeded.
Use the red root for other indications.
Almost all plants with a broad therapeutic index are prescribed for other diseases. The red root also has a wide range of other indications:
– tumor blood diseases (leukemia, lymphoma);
– cardiovascular diseases (vegetovascular dystonia, headaches and neurological pains, meteorological dependence.)
Recipes using red root.
Preparation: 50 g of the root pour 500 ml of 40% alcohol or vodka, insist 2-3 weeks in a dark and cool place, drain.
Dose: take 30-40 drops in 50 ml of water 3 times a day 15-30 minutes before meals, evening reception – 3 hours before bedtime.
Application course: from 1 to 3 months in coordination with the attending physician.
Recommended from 2 to 4 courses per year.
Preparation: 1 tablespoon chopped roots brew in 0.5 liters of boiling water. Insist 1 hour in a thermos, drain.
Dose: 1-2 cups of infusion for between meals, last reception 3 hours before bedtime.
Contraindications for red root:
– myocardial infarction
– elevated body temperature
– increased nervous irritability
– individual intolerance