Bagolnik swamp therapeutic properties, contraindications, description and photo

Another plant of Tatarstan entered in the Red Book is a swamp lobillar. This evergreen and highly intelligent bush is common in the tundra and forest zone. Bushes sprout on peat bogs, in the area of ​​swamps and swampy areas. The people of the Bagolnik swamp is often called forest rosemary, swamp stupor and buggrass grass. During the flowering period, the plant has a strong fragrant smell that can cause dizziness and nausea. The plant blooms with reddish or white small colors, after which seeds form in a multiseeded box.

The plant contains essential oils, tannins and arbutin. For many years, the plant has been used in traditional and folk medicine.

Bagulnik properties

The constituent components of the plant have the following properties:

  • expectorant;
  • hypotensive;
  • enveloping;
  • antiinflammatory;
  • antimicrobial.
  • The listed properties allow the use of the plant in various fields of medicine. Mostly swamp bagules are used:

    1. In the treatment of respiratory tract. Infusions and syrups based on the luggling contribute to the expectorant of sputum, kill microbes from the respiratory tract therefore useful in the treatment of bronchitis, pneumonia and flu epidemics. With a cold, the plant promotes rapid cure, a decoction of the luggage can rinse your throat and instill your nose. The plant is considered hypoallergenic.
    2. In the treatment of gastrointestinal diseases. Bagulnik infusion proven agent with inflammation of the large intestine. The plant calms and heals wounds, but is not used for exacerbations of intestinal diseases and stomach. The lobillar normalizes the intestines, as it first weakens its contractions and soothes, and then it runs the peristalsis.

    In addition, the germ of the luggling helps to fight insomnia and increased emotional excitability. The plant can lower the pressure and eliminate the headache. Often prescribed for cystitis, gastritis, for the treatment of wounds and bruises, as well as for neuralgia.


    Before using the gerbal grass, you need to consult an experienced doctor and a clear dosage of the drug. In high doses, the plant is dangerous for human health. There are also some contraindications for use:

  • Pregnancy and breastfeeding;
  • Exacerbation of diseases of the digestive tract;
  • pancreatitis;
  • Individual intolerance.
  • Since the plant has a strong effect, we do not advise you to use it inside children under 14 years of age. An overdose can cause nausea, vomiting and dizziness. If the first symptoms of an overdose occur, immediately stop the use of the Grass of the Lagger.

    Folk recipes

    1. From cough. A decoction is prepared on the stove. To do this, use 10 grams of dry plants and fill it with 200 ml of boiling water. The infusion is cooked over low heat for 15 minutes, then it cools to room temperature and stored for a couple of days. Such a decoction is used 50 grams after eating for 2-3 days.
    2. Against the cold. Connect 1 tablespoon of dry plant and 100 ml of vegetable oil. The infusion is kept in a dark place for 3 weeks. After filtering, the tincture is ready for use, during the runny nose, dig a nose with 3 drops of the product 2-3 times a day.
    3. With bruises and rheumatism. One teaspoon of dry plants is poured with 100 ml of boiling water and insisted for 30 minutes. It is used externally for wounds, bites, hematomas, with gout and frostbite.

    Infusions of the Bagulnik brave are also used by women to stimulate hair growth, against skin wither and strengthen the walls of capillaries.

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