PULMONARY OFFICINALE SHEET Pulmonaria officinalis Herb IPHYM
Latin name: Pulmonaria officinalis
Common Names: Pulmonary, lung grass, blue cuckoo
Parts used: Leaf
Properties PULMONARY OFFICINALE SHEET
The lung has expectorant properties, diuretic and émolliante. There is a antioxidant activity. This plant is astringent in the treatment of wounds.
Indications and uses PULMONARY OFFICINALE SHEET
the lung is used in the following cases:
- Respiratory pathologies, bronchitis
- Astringent in the treatment of wounds
Cons-indications with PULMONARY OFFICINALE SHEET
- Not recommended for people allergic to the family boraginacées
Dosage PULMONARY OFFICINALE SHEET
Boil 1.5 g of chopped added cold water lung. Or, pour boiling water on the lung. Filter after 5 to 10 minutes. Drink a cup several times a day in small sips.
1 teaspoon = approximately 0.7 g
Recommended associations with PULMONARY OFFICINALE SHEET
Against asthma or asthmatic bronchitis can be associated with lung plantain.
Botanical description PULMONARY OFFICINALE SHEET
The lung is a biennial herbaceous plant of 20 cm in height and wooded limestone areas. The flowers are bright red or blue-purple. Their rosette leaves, stalked, heart-shaped, with coarse hair, covered with white spots that disappear during desiccation.
Pulmonary Pharmacology OFFICINALE SHEET
Active ingredients: Mucilage, flavonoids, allantoïnes, tannins, chlorogenic acid
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