Medicinal Plants as Medicines Along with Workouts for Health

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We will introduce you to different medicinal plants and tell you which can help us with respect to maintain our health and fitness.

Which plant parts are used?

Flowers: Flores (often abbreviated Flor.), Eg chamomile
Leaves: Folia (fol.), Eg sage
Herb: leaves and flowers = Herba (Herb.), Eg thyme
Root: Radix (Rad.), Eg Enzian root
Seed: Semen (Sem.), Eg linseed
Bark: cortex (cortical), eg oak bark
Fruits: Fructus, eg caraway , aniseed, juniper

Preparation of tea

Infusions: Infusions are usually made from leaves, flowers, fruits and herbs. The usual dose for the preparation of herbal teas is one to two teaspoon drug (equivalent to about 5 g) on ??a cup of 250 ml of water. Tip: Squeeze or bake fruit, so that the essential oils can unfold better. These types of products means Desi herbal Mardana Taqat products are used for all types of health and fitness or even for treatments of diseases

Decoctions: Plant parts whose active ingredients are not easily released from the drug are prepared as follows: firstly cold the required quantity (about 5 g or a teaspoon) with the prescribed amount of water (usually 250 ml). Then boil the mixture to boil, boil for 5-10 minutes and strain.

This form of preparation is used, for example, in teas made of wood, bark or roots.

Maceration - Cold extract: If the active ingredients of a medicinal plant are destroyed by strong heat, a cold extract is used. For this purpose, the plant is poured over with cold water and allowed to stand for up to 12 hours, filtered through a sieve the next morning. This preparation is used, for example, for drugs containing mucus (marshmallow root, linseed, etc.). In addition, cold extracts are produced if no undesired accompanying substances are to be added to the extract, for example, gastric tanning agents. In ancient times, most of the diseases cured using herbs like mardana Kamzori ka hal.

Specifications for the label

However, not every tea may be called medicinal or medicinal side, even if it contains proven medicinal plants such as chamomile, fennel or peppermint. To protect the consumer, the advertising is strictly regulated with the health effects of a product - this also applies to a tea. It is officially only a medicinal product if there are certain health effects on the label.

However, these may only be reprinted if the Federal Institute for Drugs and Medical Devices has given its permission.
Prerequisite: Quality, efficacy and safety have been demonstrated in a regulatory procedure. The packaging must provide information on the composition, preparation, dosage and type of application. Information about interactions with other medicinal products as well as possible side effects or side effects are also obligatory.

Anyone buying a medicinal tea with this information from the pharmacy can therefore be sure that:

The amount of active substance prescribed by the legislator

The herbs were cut according to their size.

The right part of the plant was used

The quantities are the same, for example, the number of flowers or leaves.

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