Tibetan Lofant in Traditional Medicine Recipes

Lofant Tibetan( Agastachys rugosa), a multicolour wrinkled or Korean mint - a perennial herbaceous plant. Stems are straight tetrahedral in height about 1 meter. Oval leaves with denticles. Flowers are small tubular lilac or white, collected in spicate inflorescences. Blossoms three summer months. Has a light anise-mint smell. It grows in the Far East and Siberia. Used in cooking, folk medicine, cosmetology.


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  • Chemical composition
    • Chemical composition
      • Chemical composition
        • Usage
        • For normalization of metabolism
        • To improve the functioning of
        • For the treatment of diabetes mellitus, pancreatitis
        • For dermatological diseases
        • Bath for restoring the structure of the skin
        • From the common cold
        • From paralysis
        • Acne and acne
        • From the corpses
        • Aromatic sachet for sleep normalization
        • With menopause and nervous excitement
        • From sexual impotence
        • From stomatitis
        • Contraindications
        • Stock preparation and storage

        Chemical composition

        The ground part of the plant is rich in:

        • essential oils;
        • alkaloids;
        • organic acids;
        • vitamins;
        • minerals;
        • tannins.
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        Useful properties

        Lofant Tibetan possesses multilateral pharmacological properties:

        • bactericidal;
        • blood-curative;
        • is anti-inflammatory;
        • is restful;
        • regenerative;
        • is an immuno-and biostimulant.


        Used to treat such diseases:

        • cardiovascular;
        • of vegetative-vascular dystonia;
        • hypertension;
        • atherosclerosis;
        • pneumonia;
        • bronchitis;
        • of bronchial asthma;
        • skin fungal diseases;
        • of wet eczema;
        • improves pancreatic function in diabetes mellitus and pancreatitis;
        • is used to treat inflammation of the genitourinary system and the gastrointestinal tract;
        • increases the effectiveness of treatment of prostatitis and male potency;
        • is used to strengthen hair roots, enhance their growth;
        • eliminates fine wrinkles, wilting of the skin;
        • is struggling with early aging.
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        Application of

        Infusions, teas, alcohol tinctures, gels act on the body very gently, although lofant is considered an analog of ginseng, but treatment should be carried out for a longer period.

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        To normalize the metabolism of

        1 teaspoon pour a glass of boiled water, drink 2-3 times a day for 150 grams.

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        To raise the working capacity of

        4-5 fresh, dried leaves, pour 250 milliliters of boiling water, insist 5-7 minutes, drink in the morning in two doses for half an hour.

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        For treatment of diabetes, pancreatitis

        1 tablespoon fresh finely chopped greens pour one glass of boiling water, infuse for 3 hours. Drink three times a day for 150 grams before eating.

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        For dermatological diseases

        2 tablespoons per cup of boiling water, 2 hours. Treat damaged skin.

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        Bath for reconstructing the structure of the skin

        60 grams of raw material brew in 3-5 liters of water, boil on low heat for 8-10 minutes, strain, pour into the bath. Take a bath for 10-15 minutes at a temperature of 36 to 40 degrees.

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        From the common cold

        Boil a half tablespoon of boiling water. Insist 30 minutes. Rinse your nose with infusion several times a day.

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        From paralysis of

        200 grams of dry grass, 500 milliliters of vodka, insist 30 days in a dark place, periodically shaking. Take 20 drops once a day, and in the morning and in the evening for 10 drops.


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        From acne and acne

        100 grams of lophant leaves rub in a mortar,add 25-30 grams of olive oil, 2-3 milliliters of vinegar.

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        From the corns

        100 grams of lophant leaves, 50 grams of salt and fir oil, 30 grams of olive oil, 1 milliliter of acetic essence. Grind all ingredients in a mortar. Keep refrigerated.

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        Aromatic sachet for sleep normalization

        Dry leaves and flowers of lophant, oregano, mint, lemon balm in a sachet, and put in a bedroom, put in a pillow.

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        With climax and nervous excitement of

        Mix well 100 grams of lemon and lofant Tibetan mint, take a tablespoon of the collection, fill it in a thermos, pour a glass of boiling water, insist for two hours. Take a quarter cup 30 minutes before meals and at bedtime.

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        From sexual impotence

        To add leaves of the lophant in fresh form to vegetable salads.

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        From stomatitis

        Several leaves are scalded with boiling water and chewed for several minutes.

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        Contraindications

        Before use, always consult with your doctor. Lofant is contraindicated:

        • by the oncological patient in the postoperative period;
        • hypotension;
        • with thrombophlebitis;
        • for allergic reactions to the plant.
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        Use Tibetan lofant to start with small doses and not abuse it so that there is no phyto-poisoning of
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        Procurement and storage of

        The lofant is prepared during budding and flowering, collection is performed in dry weather. Collected are not damaged by disease or plant pests. The drying of a thin layer of the plant is done in the shade at a temperature of 30 degrees in a well-ventilated room. Do not over-dry the raw materials. Store in glass tightly closed jars.

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