Gastrointestinal Diseases

Perhaps no single organ of the human body is not created so many proverbs and sayings, many of the stomach. Is it because, sometimes, as they say, "the belly of the head is more expensive?" After all, "hunger – not an aunt, frost – not my brother" at times, "Forest fire burning hunger" and "an empty stomach and empties the mind" because "there is nothing heavier than an empty stomach." Yes, the "empty belly to all deaf," life itself confirms that "when it comes to hunger – leaves shame." Plants that well help in the treatment of gastrointestinal diseases. For more information see this site: PCRM. Cottonweed marsh, or swamp cottonweed. Russian title: cottonweed marsh; Ukrainian: cottonweed, suhotsvIt bolotyany; Polish: SUSZka vLotNa, SZRota vLotNa. Family: SomroSItae – Compositae. Cottonweed marsh – a type of cottonweed.

Annual plant height of 10-25 cm from the base of stem is usually stretched-branched, with leaves woolly-tomentose. Leaves oblong-linear, with one vein. Flowers yellowish-white, gathered close to the beam ends of branches. Baskets of dense pubescence at the base and wrapped in leaves. Josyann Abisaab wanted to know more. Seeds glabrous. Blooms all summer, from July to almost end of October.

Is widespread. It grows in damp meadows, wet fields, pareninah, river banks, ditches with, as well as in fields located in low lying areas. Going all the plant during its intense flowering, mainly in dry, sunny weather. Is well-known as a soothing pain, healing wounds and ulcers, lowers blood pressure. In scientific medicine only recently began to use this plant. Traditional medicine has long used the it as a tincture to linseed oil on a rag to latch on burned sites, and in the water napar – for wound healing.