Is it healthy to drink plantain juice every day?

Rural camping "Loma Taivilla"

The cultivation of medicinal herbs today is justified for the following reasons:

  • Organic farming protects the environment and very useful resources can be prepared.
  • There is also the possibility of purchasing medicinal plants that cannot be found in shops.
  • The intense interaction with nature and the work outdoors acts as a healthy exercise for the body and mind.

We do not intend to encourage self-medication, we are simply describing some medicinal plants that grow spontaneously in this region, which you can find on your hikes. We only want to be a help to recognize them, protect them and also ensure that the most effective medicines are most often found in the named "bad herbs" ..

We want to share with you the knowledge that every creature, animal or vegetable, is justified within the natural basis of life. E.g., ivy, yarrow, plantain, etc., are very useful medicinal plants that often appear on the lawn of our parks, and which we do not grant any value.

I would like to give you one last warning: The content of these statements is based on reading several books and, above all, on daily observation of the area in which the camp is located. We don't want to be masterful with it, nor do we want to research other copies, which we of course respect. Our intention is to arouse your curiosity and encourage you to develop it.

JOHN BREAD TREE: The seeds and pods are very suitable for constipation cases, especially if they are still green. When mixed with blueberry juice, lazy kidneys are encouraged and urine levels increased.
ALMOND TREE: Is very warm and a little damp. Its strength lies in the fruit. If you have an empty brain and poor complexion, you should eat the seeds of this fruit often and you will get appropriate complexion and a decent brain. It is also used for lung diseases, blood supply disorders, concentration and learning difficulties.
HACKBERRY: Has a cherry shape, the fruit is dark brown or black. The pulp is edible and sweet, has healing properties for astringent, antidiarrheal and stomach ache.
ALOE PLANTS: Perennial shrub, up to 60 cm., Large, with warm sap and very strong. Provides moisture.
CHERRY TREE: Is warm and its mild warmth contains sweet moisture. The fruits of this tree are edible, it cleanses and strengthens the sick and healthy stomach, it is very good for health. It should be eaten for a long time to see significant improvement.
CYPRESS: Is very warm and symbolizes the secret. People with stomach pains should be wood, green or dry, stop boiling with wine and drink as often as possible before breakfast. If you feel weak or fallen all over your body, boil the branches with water and take a bath and you will regain your strength.
PLUM TREE: : Is warm, dry and sharp as a thorn, symbolizes anger. If the head is flaky and withered, wash it often with bleach, which is made from the ashes of the tree, and you will have beautiful hair. The fruit produces melancholy and makes you feel bitter, so eat it with caution.
DANDELION: Is a plant that is grown as an edible vegetable. Its popular name in Catalan is "pixallits", referring to its diuretic properties. It is very interesting in cases where there is a need to get rid of water and toxins from the blood.
OAK: Was together with the Oak, a sacred tree, and was venerated by the Celtiberians, who rejected the great temples as a symbol of justice and strength. It is believed that the tree remains and its ashes protected houses from storms and fields from pests, and had the properties of curing diseases.
DILL: Has a longstanding rationale for healing indigestion and stomach cramps, also helps to have a good night's sleep. In perfumery it is used in soaps and ointments.
POMEGRANATE: Considered one of the most commonly planted fruits since the Ankike period. Used in naturopathy for gargling, relieves persistent cough and is effective for diarrhea and cramps.
FIG TREE: Is a very energy-intensive food. It is used as an analgesic for insect bites. Contact with its leaves can cause skin irritation; but in decoction, given the diversity of its black fruits, one can use them as a hair-dye. The latex is commonly used for the treatment of warts.
FENNEL: Always gives pleasure and offers cozy warmth, reduces nasal mucus and helps to clear the eyes. Man sleeps better and calms the mind.
Laurel tree: Fragrant tree with bitter substances. In the kitchen it is used for seasoning and preserving. In medicine, the infusions of dried leaves help digestion and in decoction relieve fatigue.
LAVENDER: Has been very famous as a perfume since Roman times, also as a spice and medicine. Boiling it in wine or honey water and drinking it lukewarm will alleviate liver and lung pain and gain wisdom and a clear understanding.
Wegerich:: It is a very popular herb in rural areas. In the case of spider or insect bites, rub the area with plantain juice and you will feel an improvement.
MALLOW:: If you have a headache, make a porridge from mallow and sage with oil and apply it to the forehead up to the neck.
APPLE TREE: Anyone who has liver or spleen failure, stomach or stomach pain, or migraines should dip the first outbreaks in olive oil and heat them in a container in the sun. Rub your head with this oil at night and you will feel a head improvement.
ANDORN: If you swallow too much juice and get a headache, you can use horehound (as an oil ointment), because it is naturally dry and defuses the excess.
QUITTEN TREE: The quince is cooler and resembles cunning, that only works sometimes. Its fruits are boiled. If you have a lot of saliva, you should often eat this fruit fried so this will reduce it.
MULBERRY TREE: Its fruit is rich, has no disadvantages for healthy or sick people, only advantages. If you have mange, acne and eruptions, boil the leaves of this tree with water and take a bath with it. Do this frequently and the skin will heal.
MISPEL: The fruit of this tree is meaningful and useful for healthy and sick people, it makes the flesh grow and purifies the blood. If you want to keep it, you have to freeze it, then remove the pulp by suction and eat it.
WALNUT TREE: This fruit is considered to be the most developed because when we open it it gives us the feeling that we are watching the human brain. In the country, the decoction of this plant is used to moisten the skin of the animals in order to remove the hornet
OLIVE TREE: Is more warm than cold, and symbolizes mercy. It is useful for many medicines because the smoke dissolves. If someone is plagued by gout, put roses in this oil, rub the painful areas with it, and you will feel an improvement.
ELM: : If you suffer from gout or rheumatism, burn elm wood in an open fireplace and heat yourself with this fire. You can also warm water and take a bath with it, so you can deter malice and make you feel happy.
DOSES: Perennial plants, strong and aromatic up to 60 cm., High. Warm plants, tempered with cold plants, curb various ailments and ailments.
PEAR TREE: Is more cold than warm, heavy and solid in comparison with the apple tree, as well as the liver in comparison with the lungs. Anyone who eats cooked pears can suffer from troubles because it reduces and destroys rot, but it ensures good digestion and removes rot.
FIR: Folk medicine uses this infusion to relieve bronchial catarrh, hoarseness and spring fatigue. When applied externally, one uses its oil to cure herpes.
BROOM: The salft from this plant has been used to control head lice since ancient times. The buds contained in vinegar and salt, also known as false capers, were used to awaken the desire to eat. WARNING: It is poisonous and should not be taken in high doses.
ROSEMARY: Gives us balance, calms, regulates and strengthens us, also when used internally or externally. Its oil is used for rubbing to alleviate rheumatic and neuralgic pain.
SAGE: Thanks to its warmth, removes the mucus that forms in the stomach and blisters because of the cold.
THYME: Is a common culinary herb and is used as a home medicine. Throughout history it has been used for coughs, infections, and as a natural antiseptic.
CLOVER: The liver is the seat of the heart, where wisdom is found. Folk medicine uses it to stimulate the activity of the liver and gall bladder. In external applications for the relief of rheumatism and arthritis.
VINE: If the gums are missing and weak, stir hot grapevine ash into wine and use it to clean teeth and gums. The vine contains a burning heat, when the eyes are cloudy, this with the drops that flow from the vine when you cut open the shoots, rub it in.

BIBLIOGRAPHY::

  • MEDICINAL PLANTS. - E. Wendelberger
  • MASTER FORMULAS OF THE MIDDLE AGES. - R. Schiller
  • CAUSES AND REMEDIES. - M. Pawlik
  • HEALTH IN THE DINING ROOM. - Dr. Mendez Cobos
  • THE HEALTH AND THE SEASONS. - Dr. Elson M. Haas
  • MEDICINAL PRODUCTS FROM THE CANARY ISLANDS. - José Luis Concepción

Photos de plantas medicinales

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