sexta-feira, 17 de maio de 2013

BORAGE

BORAGE Borago officinalis-Borragináceas




It is grown in gardens, as the leaves are used in salads. The plant of 30 to 40 cm is completely enclosed by a fluff hard, off-white, and the sheets are radial rough. Flowers large, stellar, blue and red, gather in clusters at the end of the rod.

Cleanser: - Infusion
Putting in a liter of boiling water, 20 g of each of the following herbs: Borage Cress, Dandelion, dandelion, would smoke, Silvestre chicory, chervil, strain and sweeten. Take 3 to 4 cups daily, beginning in the morning under fasting conditions.


WINE cleanser DIURETIC: -
Place a handful of leading fresh Borage flowering in 1 liter of good quality wine. Macerate for a week, strain and take sips before meals.


Gout - Arthritis: -
Poultice -
Cooking a handful of dry leaves of Borage in very little water, when all the water evaporates, leaves extend over gauze, squeeze it to get out all the liquid, apply the hot poultice on the affected part.

RHEUMATISM: -
Decoction - In 1 liter of boiling water for half an hour 10 g of dried leaves of Borage, filter and sweeten with honey, drink 3-4 cups a day.


Cough: -
Decoction - 40 g of leaves in 1 liter of water. Boil for ¼ hour, strain, sweeten with honey and drink 2 to 3 times a day.


Infusion -
15 g of leaves and flowers of Borage in 1 liter of water. Macerate for ¾ hour, filter, sweeten with honey and drink 1 cup every 3 hours.

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