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What can be cleaned chistotely?

Chistotel - a perennial plant with small yellow four-petal flowers, grow everywhere and blossoms from May to August. However if in the nature this plant grows in the form of a single bush, then at the dacha and on a farmstead it can create small thickets.

Chistotel - a plant the low from 30 to 100 cm, have a skeletal structure branchy and hollow. Leaves of a chistotel soft, from above green, and from below have a glaucescent or bluish shade. The root is short, rod

1 - 1,5 cm thick It is considered that chistotet frightens off many wreckers from vegetable and fruit plants therefore it is often possible to see it growing along the greenhouse or a fence on personal plots. Artificial reproduction of a chistotel if necessary can be made pieces of rhizomes and seeds which are in pods. After seeds are dumped, on a chistotel fresh bright leaves appear. Chistotel fructifies several times during the summer.

As well as the majority of plants with yellow flowers, chistotet animals cannot add to a forage. The plant is poisonous, and it is often compared to an euphorbia of an oriental carpet and spoken about use of a chistotel in complex treatment of oncological diseases. And also apply to treatment of the most various skin diseases, diseases of a liver, a gall bladder, kidneys and urinary tract, zheludochno - an intestinal path, a metabolism, zhelchevyvodyashchy ways, cancer, an allergy, arterial pressure.

However it would be more practical not to self-medicate by means of a chistotel or not to use it at all without consultation with the doctor as chistotet it is poisonous. And, probably, have more than contraindications at this plant, than advantages, and instead of advantage it can do harm to an organism. Preparations of a chistotel are contraindicated to children and pregnant women (The atlas of herbs of the USSR, M., 1962.) .

Poisoning chistotely is shown in the form of strong thirst, weight in the head and a stomach, vomiting, a diarrhea, dizziness, sometimes there are faints and even hallucinations. It is capable to cause spasms and therefore cannot use it patients with epilepsy and having mental diseases. This results from the fact that juice of a chistotel contains a large amount of alkaloids therefore at symptoms of poisoning it is necessary to address to hospital urgently.

In science chistotet call Chelidonium mahus that the lastochkina a grass“ is literally translated as “. In the people it has the name “podtynnik“, “shchelkunets“, “yellow euphorbia“, “zheltushnik“, “borodavnik“, “lishayny grass“, “devil milk“ and so forth. Chistotel refer to elements of fire and it is used in the practice by sorcerers and sorcerers for disposal of influence of the powers of darkness going from - under lands. They say that it was used by ancient Greeks in the medical purposes at treatment of many diseases. Though it raises some doubts as chistotet is very poisonous, and the ancient medicine at all the magnificence had no tools and ways of assistance which are at is modern the doctor. Though the average level of life expectancy at ancient was 40 years, and the patients dying of diseases at this age, probably, did not break habitual statistics.

In medicine use generally elevated part of a plant without roots. Prepare chistotet during blossoming, from May to July - August, collect a grass in dry weather (better in gloves and a damp gauze bandage) and dry up in the shaded places. At the same time it is better not to touch a root, cutting off a plant at preparation at the height of 8 - 10 cm from the earth.

At treatment chistotely warts, herpes, trailing birthmarks it is necessary to break off a skeletal branch of a plant with a diameter of 1 - 3 mm from which juice of yellow color appears (juice has more dark coloring, than at flowers) and to apply this juice on a wart, papilloma, etc. Putting juice can be repeated several times a day already every day, carefully cleaning off the died-off part until unnecessary objects on skin disappear.

Chistotel use in the most different forms: in the form of broths, tinctures and infusions, ointments, oil. Separately prepare also juice of a chistotel. For this purpose during blossoming of a chistotel it is necessary to collect leaves and stalks (it is rare also roots) and to pass them via the meat grinder. To place in glass capacity and to put for three days in the refrigerator (that chistotet started up juice). Then to wring out a grass through a gauze and to pour juice in glass capacity, letting out from it the air during juice fermentation.

All this work needs to be made in gloves and goggles that juice did not get into eyes (at hit urgently to wash out in flowing water). I did juice of a chistotel at the dacha, milling plants on the meat grinder, and at once pressed juice without any precautionary measures and when splashes of juice got into an eye, here I also regretted about it, running around a well and washing out eyes water. I already wrung out the second consignment of juice wearing spectacles.

Such precautionary measures say that is better not to be engaged in self-treatment by means of a chistotel in order to avoid even worst consequences at treatment, for example, just of spots and acne rash. Even at cancer diseases when the person is ready to use any means, it is necessary to think before using this plant independently!