A puppeteer or a chieftain Lobelia is a tall, beautiful plant of the Liliaceae family. Refers to medicinal herbs, but it is very toxic( contains veratrine alkaloid) and since ancient times was more used as an insecticide( a plant that destroys harmful insects and rodents).The bee, which collected pollen from the flower of the hen, immediately dies.
Other names of chegeryLobel: choker, chaerical root, cherimiga, zhimeritsa, food. In folk medicine, puppeteer grass is used as a remedy for parasites( lice, depriving, helminths) or in the fight against alcoholism. And the advantage of the puppeteer is that he can be given to a person suffering from drinking bouts, even without his knowledge and consent.
Description and Procurement of the Lobel Jeffers
Has a high erect stem up to 160 centimeters with large wide elliptic leaves and a short underground rhizome. The flowers are collected in a high pyramidal panicle. Fruit is an ovoid capsule with 3 septa and yellowish-brown flat seeds.
The puppeteer belongs to protected species in many countries of Europe, Asia, the Caucasus, Siberia, the Far East. This herbaceous perennial plant has a life expectancy of more than 50 years, but begins to bloom no earlier than at the age of 10 years, periods of mass flowering are repeated after 2-3 years.
Leaves are prepared in the spring or early summer( before the flowering of the plant), dried in a dark dry place separately from other herbs or food, in places that children and pets can not reach. All work is strictly in the mask and gloves, since even the dust from the puppeteer causes irritation of the mucous membranes( runny nose, sneezing, burning, headache, nausea).
Collect rhizomes in early spring or late autumn( after flowering), thoroughly cleaned from the ground and washed in cold water. For faster drying, the roots are cut into small pieces and laid out in a dark, dry and well ventilated room. All actions are performed in a mask and gloves.to contents ^
Composition and healing properties of
All parts of the plant are extremely toxic and contain: veratramine, proto-retrine, veratralbin, yervin and pseudo-ervin, hermetrin. Most alkaloids are found in the roots of the helium( up to 2.5%), in the rhizomes the percentage of poisons reaches 1.3%, in leaves and stems - up to 0.55%.In addition, in the grass in small doses there is starch, tannins and resins, sucrose, dyes, etc.
The herb of the Hegemon is used for the production of tincture and chinese water for outdoor use. As a component of additives to food and for internal use is listed in the list of banned poisonous plants.
The plant is able to suppress the activity of the central nervous system, irritates the mucous membranes of the gastrointestinal tract, negatively affects the cardiovascular system, causing tachycardia, bradycardia, a sharp drop in blood pressure, vasodilation.
As an external medicine, the puppeteer helps to get rid of scabies, pediculosis, eczema, allergic and purulent eruptions, gout, psoriasis, sciatica, arthritis, muscle and neurologic pain, myositis, can improve hair growth.to the table of contents ^
Application of cheating in different types:
- The is used as a choleretic, diuretic, analgesic, antifungal and sedative. In the form of powder from dry raw materials effectively removes toothaches.
- The decoction of the rhizome with the roots of the Lobel Jebrilia in folk medicine is mainly used for the treatment of alcoholism. The principle of action of the remedy is based on the provision of general toxic effects on the body, which helps to develop a conditioned reflex reaction to alcohol. A tasteless and odorless medicine can be easily mixed into a liquid food. It should be remembered that drugs prepared at home contain uncontrolled doses of poison, and the slightest overdose leads to serious poisoning and death.
- Tincture of rhizomes and roots of the hellebore is an effective remedy for rheumatic, neurological and muscular pains, from pediculosis, dandruff, depriving and other skin lesions. Recipe for alcohol tincture: 1 gram of crushed roots are poured into 120 milliliters of vodka or diluted alcohol, insist for 2 weeks, then filter.
- The sealed water is sold in pharmacies without a prescription and is used to remove lice, fleas, ticks from pets and people, and also to improve hair growth. Independently, the broth is made from 1 teaspoon of dry ground grass and roots, which are poured into 100 milliliters of boiling water, infused for an hour, then added another 100 milliliters of boiling water and infused for 1 hour. The resulting solution is filtered.
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Recipe for broth : 1 teaspoon of dry raw material( about 10 grams) pour 50 milliliters of boiling water, insist 1 hour, then strain. The broth should be stored in the refrigerator for no more than 5 days, shaking daily.
To the patient 3 times a day to add liquid food( but not into alcoholic drinks) 2 drops of broth. If the mass of his body is more than 90 kilograms or there is no effect from the drug, the dose can be increased, but not more than up to 10 drops.
After a while the patient will feel an ailment, weakness, dizziness and will associate it with the vocal, limiting itself in alcohol. If he does, he will vomit. The course of treatment continues until the patient's craving for alcohol is about 1-2 months, then 1 more drop of medicine is added to the food for 1 week more.
During treatment, you should closely monitor the condition of a drunkard and immediately report to a hospital if symptoms of poisoning or overdose occur. In addition, the puppeteer, like other poisons of plant origin, stimulates the human immune system, forcing it to fight against foreign substances and cells( it activates the removal of toxins from the body of the alcohol breakdown), and helps purify the blood and internal organs of the patient with alcoholism.
From lice and nits
The tincture of the chamois is applied to the scalp and damp hair. After 20-30 minutes, combing is done by a thick comb or crest of dead individuals. Then the hair is washed with the usual shampoo.
It should be ensured that the solution does not get into the mucous membranes and into the patient's mouth, and there are no wounds on the hands of the procedure( or use gloves).As necessary, the procedure is repeated after 24 hours and 7 days after the initial application.to table of contents ^
From lichen, scabies, psoriasis, eczema
Use a tincture of chamois, decoction or ointment.
Ointment is prepared on the basis of alcohol tincture and Vaseline or any other fat cream in a 1: 1 ratio. The agent is applied to the affected skin areas( the decoction is applied in the form of gauze-based applications) for 1.5-2 hours, the excess is removed with a cotton swab. Treatment lasts until the skin discontinuity disappears from 5 days to 1 month.to table of contents ^
Decoction of rhizomes and herbs of Lobel's horseradish are used in the form of sedentary baths or candles.
For the baths, the broth is prepared in the proportion of 1 kilogram of dry raw materials per 10 liters of boiling water, it is infused for 1 hour.
Candles are made at home on the basis of badger, goat or other natural fat in a ratio of 1: 1.Fat is heated in a water bath, then it is added with tincture, a decoction or chinese water. After cooling, small candles form from the mixture. The course of treatment is 1 month or before the onset of relief, if necessary, the course is repeated after 2-3 months.to table of contents ^
With bleeding water or tincture, rub the affected skin. The product is applied to the cotton pad, which is copiously plastered with spots 2-3 times a day. The course of treatment is 10 days. After the procedure, the hands should be thoroughly washed with soap, to avoid contact with the mucous membranes and mouth.
Veratrum poisoning - a very poisonous plant, and even inhaling a small amount of pollen powder drygrass or rhizome causes strong lachrymation, rhinitis, non-stop sneezing. When the juice gets on the skin, a feeling of warmth first arises, then it grows into a burning sensation, then into a sensation of cold, until the sensitivity of the affected area is completely lost.
If any parts of the puppeteer get inside the body, there is burning, tingling in the throat, esophagus, stomach, accompanied by abundant salivation, lacrimation, runny nose, paralysis of swallowing functions. Then comes the general excitement of the body, nausea, vomiting, headache and dizziness, weakness, profuse sweating, blanching of the skin, diarrhea, convulsions appear, a persistent weakening of the heart activity, a sharp drop in pressure and shock.
Tincture, water and other forms of medication containing chimera are categorically prohibited for use during pregnancy and lactation both internally and externally.