Among the best known properties of red vine, is to improve the circulatory problems. Red vine is rich in compounds that increase resistance and decrease capillary permeability of the blood vessels.
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The red leaves of the vine, a plant connected to the culture of the Mediterranean countries, have many therapeutic applications. Its active ingredient is composed of phenolic acids and derivatives. Flavonoids. Anthocyanins. Hydrolyzable and condensed tannins. Mineral salt, carbohydrates, amino acids, lipids, carotenoids, volatile terpenes. The red vine is indicated in cases of venous disorders, varicose veins, hemorrhoids, phlebitis. Edema and disturbances of menopause. Prostatitis. Dysmenorrhea. Cystitis, urethritis, balanitis. In external application, varicose veins, hemorrhoids. Among the best known properties, is to improve the circulatory problems. Red vine is rich in compounds that increase resistance and decrease capillary permeability of the blood vessels. Thanks to its high contribution in tannins, red vine infusion acts as an astringent moderate, being useful in diarrhea that tends to become chronic. The infusion of equal parts of red vine, orange peel, dried cranberries and chopped cinnamon combat fluid retention. The eye wash with warm decoction of this plant help to cure conjunctivitis recent appearance and reduce inflammation of the eyelids. In internal use, is indicated for the irrigation of the eye problems and progressive myopia. The infusion is prepared by pouring about a tablespoon of mixture to a cup of boiling water and allowed to rest before straining 10 minutes. Take 2 cups per day once in the morning and once at night.