Hops, also known as lupine, presents various medicinal properties. Among them the most important are the diuretic and digestive. In addition, the hop plant has aphrodisiac properties, snacks and sedatives.
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The hops plant, also known as lupine and less as the Wolf, whose scientific name is Humulus lupulus, has several medicinal properties. Among them the most important are the diuretic and digestive. In addition, the hop plant has aphrodisiac properties, snacks and sedatives. The main healing benefits of the hop plant are as a diuretic, hop acts by stimulating kidney function, which causes increased fluid elimination. Because of this, hops is highly recommended to treat cystitis, as well as, urinary tract infections. For this same property, the hop plant is useful for treating and preventing kidney stones. And digestion, the hop plant stimulates the bladder, because this is very useful in treating cases of slow digestion, costiveness cases as well, since it regulates the digestive process. Hops has sedative properties, so it is useful to treat cases of nervousness, because of this same property is recommended for use for anxiety and trouble sleeping. The female inflorescences are cones or the active part of the plant for its high content of volatile essential oil sedative and relaxing properties. Useful for tachycardia, headache. Popularly hops has aphrodisiac properties, so it is advisable to consume for Women with frigidity or lack of sexual desire, as well as those men who have impotence. In topical, acne, ringworm, musculoskeletal inflammation. Contraindicated during pregnancy, breastfeeding, or hiperestrogenia. Avoid to use dosage forms containing alcohol to children under two years or people with ethyl. It can produce an estrogenic effect. High doses can cause nausea and dizziness.