Lilac — a fragrant plant for the treatment of diseases of the joints

Over the years, many people have joint pain associated with salt deposits, and requires prolonged treatment.

In the modern world are enough products have undergone a chemical treatment, so people are increasingly turning to traditional medicine, choosing as a natural healer siren for treatment of joints.

Botanical help and the useful properties of the shrub

The plant belongs to the genus of shrubs in the family olivae, which is divided into the ten most common types.

Common lilac is a lot of conventional deciduous shrub with a height from two to seven meters.

The diameter of each of the shafts may be 20 cm.

The bark is smooth, gray or gray-brown.

Flower normal or double, the color pink, white, pink, purple.

The flowers are small in size, the prominent funnel, consist of four petals that form a brush or inflorescence paniculate form.

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The scent of lilac is very slim, gentle, has a soothing effect.

Chemical composition of flowers of lilac

The flowers contain resin, essential oils help to eliminate excess fluid from the tissues.

In the bark, leaves, branches, there are tannins, bitter glycosides, and various trace elements.

The plant contains large amounts of ascorbic acid, accelerates recovery processes.

The blossoms are flavonoids that contribute to activation of metabolic processes.

Lilac is considered a poisonous plant, its internal use is prohibited!!!

Medicines prepared from its components, have the following properties:

  • fever;
  • diaphoretic;
  • painkillers;
  • antimicrobial;
  • anticonvulsant;
  • diuretics.

What kind of lilac is used for medicinal purposes?

Lilac for the treatment of joints used any, but most often the usual pink and white, and other species are more decorative in nature.

On the basis of reviews of people can provide significant efficiency white lilac, the infusion of which gives a more rapid result and stores it for a long time.
What part of the plant used for the treatment and how to harvest?

For the preparation of infusions can be used all parts of the plant except the roots.

The leaves have the ability to draw pus from the wound, to eliminate the headache, and buds of shrubs and normalize blood sugar levels.

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Raw materials for drugs must be stored in a clean place, away from roads or operating companies.

Dried plants stored for a long time, so you can make the winter a substantial margin.

Inflorescences should be collected in may, when the buds just start to form and store them in small bunches in a dark, well-ventilated areas.

Medicinal forms on the basis of lilacs

Lilac for treatment of joints is used in many ways invented by people to relieve pain:

  • infusion when the flowers and leaves of the Bush are filled with boiling water;
  • the ointment, having in its composition the components of the juice of fresh plants or dry raw materials, petroleum jelly or butter;
  • compress;
  • alcoholate, which blossoms together with leaves, and vodka.

Recipes from the series for treatment of joints is not very much, but they quickly relieve the pain and inflammation and have a calming effect.

Infusion of lilac

The leaves or flowers of plants ( 1 tbsp), you must pour 1 Cup of boiling water and boil in a water bath for 15 minutes, cool for 40 minutes. Drain.

Store infusion in the refrigerator for 1-2 days.

Alcohol tincture of lilac

Consider a few basic recipes alcoholic tinctures on the basis of lilacs.

Recipe No. 1

Fresh conventional brush of lilac together with the leaves, grind and pour vodka.

The ratio of ingredients must be in proportion 1 to 3.

The fourth part of the mass to shift into a glass or enamel container, the Gulf of 3/4 parts vodka.

Tincture stored in a cool dark place for at least two weeks, requires periodic stirring. After this time strain the infusion and apply 30-50 drops three times a day before meals.

Restricted to one month, after a two-week break, the treatment if necessary is repeated. This tincture can be rubbed sore joints or make it into a compress.

Recipe No. 2

Pre-assembled, dried flowers placed in a container, filling capacity 1/3 part filled with vodka.

Alcohol should not be used because of the possibility of burns to the mucosa.

The infusion is aged for about two weeks in the dark and strain.

Inside is 40-50 drops three times daily before meals. To grind and compress is used externally.

Painful joints after application wrap up warm wool scarf to enhance the warming effect.

Recipe 3

The buds of the plant, fresh or dried, can infuse vodka in the ratio 1:3.

During the month, a daily infusion of shaking, then strain.

Used as an external agent for rubbing and internal medicine (1 tbsp. three times a day before meals).

Ointment on the basis of lilac flowers

The ointment is made in the form of a homogeneous mixture, which is added equal amounts of butter and dried flowers of lilac.

Recipe:
  • In a water bath to melt the butter
  • Add dried flowers of lilac
  • Close the lid and cook the mixture on slow heat in a water bath for 1 hour
  • The oil strain through several layers of cheesecloth into a glass jar and store in the refrigerator

You can also use the fresh plant or squeezed the juice out of it, only the shelf life of this medication is less than when entering into the dry ingredients.

The ointment is applied in a circular motion to RUB in the location of severe pain with your hands or a rubber massager.

A compress of lilac

Compress has soothing and analgesic property is the fastest way to ease the pain in the joints.

Ready warm infusion soaked cotton swab and placed on painful entire surface.

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Knotted top shawl or thick cloth, fixed with a bandage, provide a more rapid penetration of the tool into the damaged area and retain heat.

Compress can be done with the help of vodka, kerosene and vegetable oil with the addition of infusion of lilac.

Contraindications to the use of folk remedies containing lilac

The lilac shrub is considered poisonous because of the content in its flowers and leaves glycoside syringin, the decay of which forms of harmful prussic acid.

Therefore, any use of inside tinctures of lilac can be quite dangerous, remember this!!!

Do not abuse drugs of lilac, trying to recover more quickly .

Do not forget that before applying any traditional medicine, to consult with a medical professional.

26.04.2018