The meadowsweet is very effective in treating flu symptoms, headache, toothache and joint pain caused by gout and rheumatism. It also stimulates sweating. Excellent diuretic.
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The meadowsweet plant is rich in flavonoids and salicylates, therefore has anti-inflammatory and antipyretic properties that make its use very useful in cases of flu and colds. It also contains tannins, essential oil, coumarin, mucilages, citric acid, sulfur, iron, calcium and vitamin C. It also provides a mild to moderate analgesic, especially effective in processes related painful joints dereuma cases, arthritis or osteoarthritis. It protects the stomach lining and intestines helping to prevent indigestion, excess acidity, gastritis and diarrhea. The benefits of meadowsweet are enhanced by its diuretic, with good relief in cases of edema and cellulitis splenic pain. So it is a common plant in preparations to combat obesity. However, it is thinner and ulmaria is only indicated if overweight presents with fluid retention problems. By topical application, the meadowsweet can treat various skin conditions. The content of the plant salicylates explains its action on platelet aggregation, anticoagulant resulting in a soft and thus preventing thrombus formation. This true "aspirin plant" can be a perfect substitute for aspirin tablets classics as aggressive long-term for the body. This effect is compounded by the benefit of the properties of meadowsweet as a vasodilator, favoring the correct blood flow and cerebral irrigation correct. It is also antispasmodic, and antilitiasica (promote the dissolution of kidney stones). Infused with Meadowsweet can aclararte hair and eliminate fat in it (external use). The Meadowsweet infusion is used as a remedy to clean the skin (external use). Produces feeling of joy. Stimulates optimism and willingness. To make a tea for internal use, add 2 gr. dried flower in a glass of freshly boiled water, let stand ten minutes, stirring occasionally. Take four times a day, always after meals. To prepare a decoction for external use, add 25 g. a liter of water to boil for 15 minutes, the liquid obtained, still warm, is used for rheumatic local baths. Applying compresses to the affected area relieves rheumatic pain and helps reduce inflammation in the joints. It should be noted that this plant for its medicinal properties intrinsic is contraindicated in cases of peptic ulcer bleeding, active bleeding or excessive menstruation, and should not ever be taken without consulting a doctor in case of being treated with anticoagulants. It should not be used to reduce fever in children. In high quantities can be toxic.