Russian Herb (Rosopas) as a Medicine – Russian Tea
Russian grass or rosopas plant
If you are wondering what a rosopas plant looks like, when you see it in the picture, you will surely recognize it, although you may not have known its name until now. This plant is perennial and belongs to the poppy family, and its alternative names are Russian grass, bloody cabbage, Russian grass, jaundice grass, snake's milk or Latin Chelidonium majus. The flower of the blossom grass is yellow, and by oxidation it becomes orange. Rosopas plant grows almost everywhere – along the road, near populated areas, along fences, in neglected places, and even in rocky areas, and blooms from. May to August and can reach a height of about 60 cm. Rosopas plant is the topic of this article because of its healing properties and because it is a very effective natural remedy that has been used in folk medicine since ancient times.
Russian herb (rosopas) as a medicine - Russian tea
Russian grass as a medicine
Russian herb is primarily a natural remedy for various health problems related to the digestive tract.
Russian herb is a natural remedy for:
Nervous bowel syndrome
Diseases of the liver, bile, and spleen
Gastroenteritis (inflammation of the stomach and small intestine)
Loss of appetite
In addition to gastrointestinal problems, rosopas plant is very effective for:
Retaining excess fluid in the body
Regulation of blood pressure
Nervousness and depression because it has a calming and relaxing effect
Osteoarthritis (degenerative disease of peripheral joints)
Relieving PMS symptoms such as chest pain, abdominal pain and lower back pain
Since the rosopas plant protects and regenerates the liver, it is also used to treat jaundice. It stimulates digestion and cures stomach cramps, and the milky latex it releases is an ideal natural remedy for removing warts on the skin. That is why, among other things, Russian grass is also used for skin diseases such as various rashes, eczema, scabies, psoriasis, etc.
Chewing the fresh root of the rosopas plant helps against toothache, and since ancient times it has even been used for various eye irritations.
As you have managed to conclude, the rosopas plant can be used for both external and internal use. When used for internal use, it is by no means used alone, but in the form of some herbal mixture with other medicinal plants. Today, the herb rosopas is mainly used as an ingredient in teas made from medicinal herbal mixtures. Due to its unique medicinal properties, this plant is one of the most valued natural remedies in herbal medicine.
When used for external use, blond grass accelerates the healing of small wounds on the skin, cuts and scratches, and even helps in the treatment of eczema. Also, blond grass has an antimicrobial effect and can be used to treat fungal skin infections.
Some research has shown that the plant rosopas can even affect the destruction of cancer cells in the body, as well as that it can alleviate pain. Russian grass is medicinal due to its high content of flavonoids, phenolic acid, saponins, carotenoids, essential oil, organic acids, vitamins and various other medicinal substances that the plant rosopas contains.
Russian herbal tea (Russian tea)
How to prepare tea from Russian grass (rosopas plants)?
Pour 250 ml of boiled water over half a spoon of dried rosopas plant. Leave to stand for 10 minutes, then strain and drink the tea sip by sip. The allowed dose of tea is one to two cups a day. Chilled rosopas tea can also be used for external use in skin diseases.
Rosopas herbal tea is ideal for:
Stimulation of bile secretion
Regulation of bilirubin levels in the blood
Regulation of bad cholesterol in the blood
Better kidney function
It is a great analgesic (painkiller)
It has anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, and antiviral effects
Russian grass for cysts
Russian grass is also very effective for so-called female problems such as ovarian cysts, which are very common in women. Russian herb is one of the most healing natural remedies for treating various the same in women. Note: Before using Russian grass for cysts, be sure to consult your doctor.
Russian grass for fibroids
As blonde herb is effective for treating cysts, it is also effective for treating uterine fibroids. You can make a remedy from Russian grass for cysts and fibroids yourself:
Simply mix 2 tablespoons of blossom grass and 1 tablespoon of honey and consume this balm for 21 days, one teaspoon every morning. This balm is consumed by chewing, in order to squeeze all the medicinal juice from the plant, and the rest is spit out. After 21 days of consuming this balm, it is obligatory to take a break of 7 days, and if necessary, continue using the balm again for another 21 days.
Russian herb for eczema and warts
As we have already mentioned, the herb rusa is very effective for treating eczema. Not only does it help in the treatment of eczema, but it also helps with various other skin diseases, including the removal of warts.
How to use Russian grass for warts?
You can simply drip a little milk juice of this plant on the nipple and repeat this procedure several times a day for several days, until you notice the results.
What part of the Russian herb is curative for eczema?
Milk juice from Russian grass has an antibacterial and antiviral effect, so it is one of the best natural remedies for various skin diseases. Eczema and warts are treated with a tincture of blossom grass by applying it to the problem area of the skin. When it comes to dosing, it is best to consult a doctor.
As we have already mentioned, the tincture of blossom grass is an ideal natural remedy for treating skin diseases, but it is also a good remedy for the liver and bile. You can buy the tincture of Russian grass in a pharmacy, and you can also make it yourself with the help of dried Russian grass and homemade brandy. When it comes to dosing, be sure to consult a doctor.
Rosopas plant should not be used alone for indoor use. It is used only in combination with other medicinal plants.
For internal use, the dried herb rosopas is used according to the recipe.
Rosopas plant should never be used by pregnant women, nursing mothers and small children.
This plant, in addition to its healing properties, also contains poisonous ingredients, so you must be very careful if you use it for internal use.
The plant rosopas helps with eye irritations, but it must not come into contact with the inner part of the eye.
Do not rub rosopasa juice inside the eye, but only on the outside.
Rosopasa juice must never come into contact with any mucous membranes.
Be sure to consult your doctor before consuming the rosopas plant!
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