PATIENCE GREAT ROOT CUT IPHYM Herbs Rumex patientia
Latin name: Rumex patientia
Common names: Patiences
Parts used: Roots
Origin: Europe, West Asia
Properties PATIENCE GREAT ROOT CUT
The root of patience has purifying and laxative properties. The effect of anthraquinones is tempered by the presence of tannins. It is tonic and anti-anemic (presence of iron). It is also an anti-ulcer, an antioxidant and an antimicrobial. The extract of Rumex is inhibitor of tyrosinase (catechol oxidase =), an enzyme that causes the oxidation of phenols (like tyrosine).
Indications and uses PATIENCE GREAT ROOT CUT
patience of the root is used in the following cases:
- Fatigue, asthenia, anemia
- Detoxification in overload conditions
- Rhinitis drafts, respiratory sensitivity to drafts, coughing fresh air
- Urgent diarrhea morning
Cons-indications with PATIENCE GREAT ROOT CUT
- Avoid in cases of hyperuricemia and oxalate kidney stones (oxalates)
- Avoid during pregnancy and lactation
Dosage PATIENCE GREAT ROOT CUT
Decoction; one teaspoon per cup. Drink a cup morning and evening before meals.
Recommended associations with PATIENCE GREAT ROOT CUT
Patience root is associated with burdock root for a skin purifying effect.
Botanical description PATIENCE GREAT ROOT CUT
Patience is a herbaceous plant with lance-shaped leaves, corrugated, more or less tense, up to one meter in height. Its flowers are small, greenish or reddish, and the fruit is an achene trine. It is native to Europe and western Asia. The patience grow on waterlogged soil fertilizer, they purify the soil.
Pharmacology PATIENCE GREAT ROOT CUT
Active ingredients: anthracene derivatives, iron, tannins, flavonoids
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