admin | March 20, 2015 | Beauty, Health |
In recent years, this plant has a major role in the treatment of veins, heavy and tired legs, problem that many people, who spend a lot of time standing, have.
We are talking about a plant called hypoglossal. It belongs to the lily family. Its Latin name is Radix Ruscus.
This plant is a natural astringent, antiphlogistic, anti-inflammatory, appetizer, diaphoretic, diuretic, emmenagogue, hemostatic, laxative, purgative and venous vasoconstrictor.
In recent times this plant has a major role in the treatment of leg veins, heavy and tired legs, problem that many people, who spend a lot of time standing, have. This plant also helps people who are suffering from gout. From the fluid of this plant you can make an ointment for hemorrhoids. The powder of the dried, crushed roots of hypoglossal is used for the treatment of veins or if you mix it with grease, you will get an ointment that can help you in the treatment of hemorrhoids.
The fruit of hypoglossalacts like a diuretic. However the seeds of hypoglossal can be used as a purgative agent. Ruscorectal, a drug that is made from the roots of hypoglossal, is the official medicine used to treat varicose veins, ulcerative veins, venous insufficiency, open wounds, edema, inflammation of external and internal hemorrhoids, bleeding and itching. Ruscorectal has an excellent effect on the venous system, primarily on the venules and veins, which ultimately increases the medium circulatory pressure. It also affects the venous return, the cardiac output and reduces arterial resistance.
Western folk medicine recommends hypoglossal for the treatment of blood vessel diseases, urinary system diseases, skin conditions, gynecological diseases and PMS, edema, diabetes, fever, hemorrhoids, pneumonia, poor circulation, heart disease, thrombosis, and sprains. It’s recommended for prevention of postoperative, blood thinners, phlebitis, leg veins, varicose veins, venous infections, vascular diseases, joints, jaundice, as well as for treatment of liver, kidney and bladder.