How to treat liver and gallbladder

Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Fumitory common in the treatment of liver

Application fumitory in the treatment of liver and biliary

Fumitory common - an annual plant in the family of poppy. It occurs in Europe and Asia. Dragged to America.

To meet the needs of therapeutics whole tops at the beginning of the flowering plants and dried in natural drying in the shade and przewiewie or in dryers that are heated at temperatures up to 40 ° C.

The result is raw - herb fumitory.

Operation fumitory

Fumitory herb has a strong smooth muscle relaxant on. It causes intestinal, and biliary tract and blood vessels.

Restores correct amplitude of peristaltic movements of the intestines, the corresponding movement of gastric contents and regular bowel movements.

Preparations of the herb fumitory in liver failure increase the production of bile use to essential needs of the body and inhibit the production of an excess of bile. In addition, facilitate the flow into the duodenum through relaxant effect on Oddi sphincter.
Note! Extracts of the herb fumitory, administered in doses higher than recommended, have an adverse effect on blood pressure, breathing, heart and liver. Long-term use of these preparations can cause eye damage and symptoms of glaucoma, as well as the dove herb extracts.

Application fumitory

Preparations of the herb fumitory are recommended in diseases of the liver and bile ducts in cases where the observed is insufficient secretion of bile and the weakening of its flow, including in hepatic impairment, biliary stones and thorns, spasms and inflammation causing dyskinesia, as well as post-surgical bile duct and the excessive secretion of bile.

Extracts of the herb fumitory also give positive results in some cases, migraine deficiencies against the biliary or liver failure.

Preparations of fumitory


A decoction of the herb fumitory: 1/2 tablespoons of the herb fumitory cover with 1 cup of lukewarm water and cook for 3 minutes . Let stand for 15 minutes and strain.

Dosage: Drink 1-3 tbsp 2-4 times a day in diseases of the liver and gall bladder for 10-15 days, then take a 10-day break.

Syrup of the herb fumitory:  200-500 g of fresh herb crush in a meat grinder and squeeze the juice through a cloth, measure the volume of liquid and add the same amount of sugar.

Cook slowly over low heat until a thick syrup.

Dosage: Drink 1 teaspoon 2-3 times a day during their 15-20 days and do a 10-day break.

Use as an antispasmodic for abdominal pain, intestinal atony, biliary tract and digestive disorders caused by that.

Bile Herbs: Mix 50 g of herb fumitory and peppermint leaves and 25 g of leaves menyanthes trifoliata L., helichrysum flowers , St. John's wort and the chopped dandelion roots .

Pour 2 tablespoons of herbs 3 cups of hot and cook 3 minutes. Let stand for 15 minutes and strain .

Dosage: Drink after 2/3 cup 3 times a day after meals as a choleretic, bile and diastolic .

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