Budra is ivyshaped is a perennial plant belonging to the family of clear. Among other names, plants are found blush, bar, breast grass, dog mint. Budra is growing in the territories of Asia and Europe, as well as in Eurasia and North America. The plant loves fertile, moderately moisturized soils and is easy to find it in roads, on the fields and deserts, in gardens and gardens.
Description and chemical composition
The perennial plant of the Family Family reaches a height of 50 cm and has rounded, heart-shaped leaves, a branched stem, two-lipped purple or bluish-lilac shade flowers, which are located in the axils of leaves. The flowering of the grassy plant begins in April and lasts until the end of August. Flowers are small in size, have a lower lip, which is longer than the upper and two oval petals. As a result, dry fruits are growing, divided into four brown nuts.
The plant has a rich chemical composition, thanks to which diseases of varying severity can be cured. Among the main components of the tibia, aldehydes, amino acids, tannins, tarry and bitter substances, saponins, organic and ascorbic acids, a set of vitamins, essential oils, choline and carotene are distinguished. In addition, there are many micro and macroelements in the plant, namely: zinc, manganese, titanium, potassium, molybdenum.
The healing properties of the plant
Thanks to the rich chemical composition of Budra, the ivy has an expectorant, antiseptic, antiinflammatory effect, and also has a choleretic, controversial, wound healing and antisclerotic property. The use of plantbased preparations improves appetite and helps normalize digestion.
Medicines with the addition of the plant of the family of clearteetical ones are shown in the presence of such problems:
A healing plant also helps to cure dropsy, liver tumors, jaundice, malaria, tonsillitis and other diseases of the throat, renal and urolithiasis. You can use the plant in the form of decoctions, lotions, baths, compresses, douching.
Elements of a medicinal plant help get rid of problems with the thyroid gland, contribute to the healing of wounds, ulcers and abrasions. Budra ivy is well relieves itching, eliminates toothache, prescribed for hemorrhoids, complications during pregnancy.
In addition, the plant is used in cooking, beekeeping, dermatology and cosmetology.
Contraindications for use
The herbaceous plant is poisonous, which is why it should be used carefully, not exceeding the dosage. Budra ivy is contraindicated in the following cases:
Incorrect use can lead to increased sweating, swelling of the lungs, severe salivation, violation of heart rhythm and other side effects. The plant can have a toxic effect. It is recommended to consult a doctor before using the drug.