- Bluszczyk kurdybanek - what does it look like?
- Bluszczyk kurdybanek - properties and application
- Bluszczyk kurdybanek and the digestive system
- Bluszczyk kurdybanek on the heart
- Bluszczyk kurdybanek for colds
- Bluszczyk kurdybanek - effect on the skin and joints
- Bluszczyk kurdybanek - tea
- Bluszczyk kurdybanek - tincture
- Bluszczyk kurdybanek - use in the kitchen
- Bluszczyk kurdybanek - price
- Bluszczyk kurdybanek - cultivation
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Bluszczyk kurdybanek is a herb that most people treat as a weed and want to fight it. However, it has many healing properties. Tea and tincture of the Kurdybank blouse fights colds, speeds up the metabolism, and more. Find out what is the use of a turmeric and its price.
Bluszczyk kurdybanek( Glechoma hederaceaL.), basicallyground ivy , then herb found throughout almost all of Europe. In Poland, it is usually treated as a persistent weed.
Bluszczyk kurdybanek It grows most often in meadows, pastures, fields and balks. Increasingly, however, kurdybanek is appreciated for its properties and grown as a medicinal plant.
Bluszczyk kurdybanek - what does it look like?
Kurdybanek is a plant that grows to approx. 20 cm in height and takes root easily. Its stem is slightly hairy, the leaves are cold-hardy, kidney-shaped or slightly rounded.
A characteristic feature of the kurdyban is small blue or purple flowers.
Other names for kurdybank: kumdran, condratek, earthy ivy, oblique, ivy and catimorda.
Bluszczyk kurdybanek - properties and application
Kurdybanek has been used in herbal medicine for many years. The raw material is flowers and leaves that can be harvested for drying in April.
Kurdybanek is rich in mineral s alts, resins and tannins. They have a good effect on almost the entire body.
Kurdybanek has a positive effect on the digestive system, respiratory system and circulatory system.
Bluszczyk kurdybanek and the digestive system
Kurdybanek is a herb used in digestive system disorders. It helps fight indigestion, improves digestion and speeds up the metabolism. It also stimulates the secretion of digestive juices.
It brings relief in the case of irritable bowel syndrome. In addition, it cleanses the body of toxins.
It also regenerates the liver, prevents bile from accumulating in the gallbladder and supports the work of the pancreas.
It can also be used for gas and gas.
Bluszczyk kurdybanek on the heart
Kurdybanek has a positive effect on the work of the heart. It is used in the case of cardiac arrhythmias.
Kurdybanek also affects productionleukocytes.
In addition, when used regularly, it helps to calm the nervous system - it relieves stress.
Bluszczyk kurdybanek for colds
Kurdybanek strengthens the immune system because it has a bactericidal effect.
Kurdybank infusion is perfect for colds. Supports the treatment of upper respiratory tract infections.
Helps to fight persistent coughs, attacks of breathlessness and cleanses the lungs by thinning secretions, thus making it easier to get rid of it. It can also be used in the case of pharyngitis.
Bluszczyk kurdybanek - effect on the skin and joints
Kurdybanek can be used not only internally, but also externally. Kurdybank infusions regenerate and anti-inflammatory, so they can be used to wash the skin.
Perfect for itching and acne. In addition, the turmeric will speed up the healing of wounds, cuts and burns.
Kurdybanek is a great addition to therapeutic baths. It has anti-inflammatory properties and is therefore used in anti-rheumatic treatments.
Bluszczyk kurdybanek - tea
Kurdybank can also be used to make natural and he althy tea. Its preparation is very easy. It is enough to pour a tablespoon of turmeric with hot water and set aside for about 10 minutes. covered to infuse. Kurdybank tea has a bright color and a pleasant aroma.
Bluszczyk kurdybanek - tincture
Medicinal tincture is an interesting application of kurdybank. It can be prepared very simply. 10-15 tablespoons of dried Kurdybank should be poured with 0.5 liters of vodka. The vessel should be tightly closed and set aside for about 30 days. After this time, the tincture should be strained. Kurdybank tincture has a warming effect and strengthens immunity. It can be eaten directly or as an addition to tea.
Bluszczyk kurdybanek - use in the kitchen
Herbs have not only healing properties. Very often they have excellent taste qualities that can be used in the kitchen. Kurdybanek will give the dishes a unique flavor and aroma. Kurdybanek can be a great aromatic addition to broth or potatoes. It can also be added to salads or spreads. It is enough to sprinkle the dish with dried kurdybank leaves. Kurdybanek is also suitable for cottage cheese and herb butter.
Bluszczyk kurdybanek - price
Bluszczyk kurdybanek is a herb that can be purchased in many forms. In herbal shops, you can buy dried kurdyban or a drink from kurdybank. You can also buy ready-made cuttings or seeds. Dried kurdyban is about 3 zlotys for 50 g. It can be bothfood additive and dried tea. However, a drink from a kurdybank is a bit more expensive - it costs about PLN 70 for 500 ml.Worth knowing
Bluszczyk kurdybanek is not the same as ivy! Kurdybanek blusz belongs to plants from the light family, while ivy - araliaceae.
Bluszczyk kurdybanek - cultivation
Kurdybanek grows best in moist and fertile soil. It does not need special care, it is enough to water it regularly. It does not require fertilization. Kurdybanek in nature reproduces very quickly by itself. It can also be propagated independently from shoot cuttings or by division (preferably in autumn or spring). Its cultivation should take place in isolation from other plants, as the chanterelle plant is an expansive plant and can dominate others. Kurdybanek can also survive the winter because it is frost-resistant. It blooms from April to June.About the authorWeronika RumińskaA graduate of Polish philology with an editorial and publishing specialization at the University of Warsaw. She developed her interests related to the editor's work already during her master's studies, actively cooperating with Poradnikzdrowie.pl on the editorial path and social media. Privately, a lover of good crime fiction and horse riding.
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