BORAGE luminary CUT 100G IPHYM Herbalism Borago officinalis L.
Borage luminaries have diuretic, purifying and sudorific properties.
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BORAGE luminary CUT IPHYM Herbalism Borago officinalis L.
Latin name: Borago officinalis L.
Common Names: Common Borage Borage, purse shepherd boursette, bugloss broadleaf language ox-
Parts used: Flower
Origin: annual plant, native to the Middle East, growing in waste places, sunny and cultures. Encountered in Europe. The flowers are blue or white or bright pink, arranged in cymes.
BORAGE properties luminary CUT
By mucilage, the infusion of flowering tops of Borage is supposed softening, emollient and expectorant, so used in respiratory catarrh, gastritis, inflammation of the mucous membranes.
By the presence of potassium nitrate, the infusion of borage flower heads is supposed to sweat and diuretic (it increases the elimination of urine).
Borage also have interesting properties against hangovers.
Indications and Uses BORAGE luminary CUT
Borage is a diuretic, diaphoretic, depurative. These three principles are the recommend detoxing spring against dermatitis, eczema, herpes and other skin diseases.
Cons-indications with BORAGE luminary CUT
Borage contains pyrrolizidine alkaloids (mainly the stem), dangerous hepatotoxic properties (increase the risk of liver tumors). It is not recommended to consume borage, particularly regular and prolonged manner.
Being mentioned in any ancient text, the word borage would originate an alteration of Arabic words abou "father" and rach, "sweat". Referring to sudorific properties of the plant.
Dosage BORAGE luminary CUT
The habit was to use borage blend herbs, usually tea, leaving infuse 10 to 20 g per 500 ml of water.
Cautions BORAGE luminary CUT
Opinions seem to differ somewhat regarding the benefits and risks of borage. Do not exceed 2 cups per day of infusion luminaries borage.
Recommended associations with BORAGE luminary CUT
Botanical description BORAGE luminary CUT
Borage is an annual herb with a cylindrical rod, thick, erect, bristling bristly, 20 to 60 cm high.
Pharmacology BORAGE luminary CUT
The leaves are rich in mucilage (11%) and potassium nitrate and the seeds are rich in essential fatty acids (gamma-linolenic acid 18-25%), which is part of the omega-6 group.
The leaves and stem of borage contains from 2 to 8 mg / kg of pyrrolizidine alkaloids lycopsamine, 7-acetyl-lycopsamine, amabiline, intermedin supinine and of traces and its acetylated derivative. Flowers and seeds contain a lower concentration but are not lacking. The flowers contain thésinine. The seeds contain thésinine and glucosilée form thésinine-4'-O-beta-D-glucoside.
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