The healing power of Guelder Rose

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The fruits of Gelderland dandruff you can cook. Then they are edible; they are processed in traditional Balkan countries to fruit mousse. Guelder rose is native to Europe except in the warm south. An American variety with the same healing effect occurs at the less hot parts of North America. Indians discovered several medicinal activity of the plant that were unknown in Europe for a long time. At some points the knowledge and science of nature with the Indians was better developed than in Europeans. When in Europe, especially the wood as firewood was used made the Indians are already medications for menstrual troubles.
Botanical drawing Guelder Rose

Content:

  • Naming Guelder Rose
  • History Guelder Rose
  • Active substances Guelder Rose
  • Guelder with cramp
  • Guelder with uterine problems
  • Guelder, good for the heart
  • Other medicinal properties Guelder Rose
  • Consult a therapist phyto

Naming Guelder Rose

In medicine, biology and botany are always used official Latin scientific names for plants. That's because they want to avoid mistakes. The Latin name is Viburnum opulus Guelder Rose. Viburnum is a derivative of vom'vincia' meaning'binden'. Previously, the flexible branches of the Guelder rose were used as binding material. 'Opulus' Is a Spanish maple species that has leaves that strongly resemble those of the Gelderland rose. In Gelderland, this plant was first cultivated; hence the name Gelderse rose. Dutch has several nicknames for this plant: Gelderse rose, elderberry balroos and water.

History Guelder Rose

In European history is not much mention of the Gelderland rose as a medicinal plant. Long, flexible branches were used to bind together cases. The shrub was used as firewood. Of the timber were also made pipe steal. The Indians in North America found that a plant closely related to the Gelderland rose has many medicinal qualities for menstrual pain, uterine problems, ovarian troubles and irregular menstruation.

Active substances Guelder Rose

Only the bark of the Gelderland rose is used for its medicinal purposes. Preferably, there is only a small amount of bark at the same time scraped away so that the plant did not die and can create new bark. In the plant lies mainly vale reen acid and bald Riaan acid, the hydroxycoumarinen scopoletin and aesculetine, the tannins catechin and epicatechin, the organic acids as oxalic, - citric, malic capric acid and acetic acid, essential oil, alpha and beta-amyrin, the minerals magnesium , calcium, potassium, iron, chromium, cobalt, selenium, aluminum, manganese, phosphorus and zinc. To a lesser extent includes Geldere rose: starch, pectin, rosins and traces of arbutin and methylarbutine.

Guelder with cramp

Guelder works antispasmodic on the smooth muscle of the viscera and skeletal muscles, in particular vale unit acid, aesculetine, scopoletin and magnesium. Through this operation krampopheffende Gelderse rose by herbal therapists
Guelder used for the following indications:
  • Nervous stomach cramps, nervous constipation, irritable bowel syndrome,
  • Nervous intestinal cramps, associated with colic,
  • Dysphagia by esophageal spasms.
  • Galwegenkrampen,
  • Skeletal Muscle cramps,
  • Cramps or arthritis tensions.

Guelder with uterine problems

Except antispasmodic operates the Gelderland rose calming the organs of the pelvis and the uterus. It is a menstruation promoting agent. It reduces the tonus and contraction of uterine muscle. Incidentally, this effect is not as strong as those of American snowball. These actions may require phytosanitary therapists to prescribe it for the following indications:
Guelder after defoliation
  • Painful menstruation,
  • Uterine cramps,
  • Pain in the ovaries,
  • Lack of menstruation,
  • Threatened abortion,
  • Hypertonicity of the uterus,
  • Bladder cramps, urinary tract spasms,
  • Feeling heaviness and pain in the pelvis during the transition complaint
  • Pregnancy Vomiting.

Guelder, good for the heart

Guelder Rose is a natural antihypertensive medication because the sedative and vasodilator works. Viburine is a substance that supports the heart; which makes Gelderse rose a heart tonic. These medicinal properties are used by herbal therapists to prescribe it for the following indications:
Berries Guelder Rose
  • Hypertension or high blood pressure by stress,
  • Palpitations, nervosiviteit, stress,
  • Migraine by vascular spasms, vasospasm, Raynaud's disease,
  • Adjunct to preeclampsia or toxemia,
  • Poor blood flow through muscle tension.

Other medicinal properties Guelder Rose

  • Because it ontkrampend for the airways and cough stilt, it is a means to asthma.
  • It is a bio-identical hormone in the form of progesterone, and is therefore given in women with PMS or PreMenstrueelSyndrrom with: vaginal dryness, frequent urination, breast tenderness.
  • The only operation for external use a decoction which goes against muscle cramps.

Consult a therapist phyto

Those who want to use Gelder rose as a healing agent is advised to take a consult with an herbal therapist. Guelder rose extracts and medicines in the form of mother tincture, powder, dried herb, liquid extract and decoction serve only as directed by authorized persons to be employed. A plant therapist can tell you more about it as about the possible side effects and interactions with other medications or herbs. In addition, there are beneficial combinations with herbs. Some herbs can enhance each other effects; which is known as synergy. All the medicinal properties of this medicinal herb referred to in this article are based on scientific research and come out of the Great Handbook of Medicinal Plants Geert Verhelst, a standard work in the field of healing plants. The book is used in herbal medicine.
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