Wolf bast a poisonous plant | Photo and description of the wolf bast

The diverse nature of Tatarstan gave the world a large number of medicinal plants that contributed to the recovery of any hundred people. The list of the most famous medicinal plants listed in the Red Book of Tatarstan includes a plant called “Wolf Balmo”. This name is considered the popular, the literary name of the plant is an ordinary wolfership and a deadly wolf cub. Humanity has been known for a long time. Many myths and legends have formed around it, since in addition to therapeutic properties, the plant also has high toxic properties.

The plant grows on the territory of broadleaved forests. Delicate flowers bloom on the sincere stems of plants in the middle of spring. Fruits plant-small bright red berries the size of a pea ripen in early July. The people are called “wolf berries” berries, and they are poisonous. The plant in the wild is found in separate individuals, it has long been introduced into culture as a decorative plant.

What is the danger of wolf bast?

Since the plant grows in almost all Russian forests, everyone should know about the poisonousness of wolf bast. For health, the whole plant is dangerous, especially its bark, although most often a person suffers from the use of wolf berries. Plant juice contains substances that negatively affect the state of the human body. They can cause:

  • redness of the skin;
  • bleeding;
  • a burning sensation in the mouth;
  • nausea and vomiting;
  • skin swelling, bubbles and ulcers.
  • With increased caution, children should relate to the plant, since symptoms of poisoning can cause convulsions that can lead to death.

    Use in medicine

    Despite its toxic qualities, the correct use of the plant can only benefit the human body. For therapeutic purposes, use the root and berries of the wolf bast. In order not to harm the body, we advise you to make blanks of the Wolf’s Wolf only those people who know all the subtleties of plant preparation for use for medical purposes.

    Wolf bast has antibacterial, laxative, sleeping pills and antitumor effects, therefore it is often used in the treatment:

  • insomnia;
  • dropsy;
  • rheumatic diseases and gout;
  • stomach cancer;
  • dysentery;
  • dental pain.
  • Wolf’s hiking should be approached with great caution.

    Recipes of traditional medicine

    Timetested folk recipes allow you to use at home even such poisonous plants. One dried fruit of the wolf berry eaten per day allows you to effectively overcome poor appetite, increased fatigue and colds. Using more than 5 berries per day can negatively affect the work of internal organs.

    For the preparation of tinctures, 1 gram of dry fruits per 100 grams of alcohol are used. The connected components are infused for two weeks in a dark place. Such tincture is used to relieve rheumatic and neuralgic pain, gout and abscesses. Before any use of the plant, we advise you to consult a specialist.

    The compositions of the wolfest are used with increased caution. During application, pay attention to the state of your health. When the first rashes appear, itching, the swelling of the skin, as well as problems with the gastrointestinal tract, should immediately stop using funds based on wolf bast.

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