Useful properties and application recipes Icelandic moss
Botanical characteristics of Icelandic mossIn fact, the title is not true, because this is a common lichen that belongs to the family prelievi. The plants are low, they grow to 12-15 cm of the Body of lichen is a thallus, attached to the bark of a tree or the ground by rhizoids. This thallus has a different color, for example, above it a greenish color, but the lower part of the thallus light brown color. The branches of the moss curved shape, the width in reach 2, see Iceland moss is often found on bogs, in forest tundra, tundra and pine forests. It prefers Sunny places in the forests and plains.
Useful properties of Iceland moss
In the Icelandic moss contains 70% of the mucus, the organic acids have antibacterial effects on the body. Due to the content in this plant a special type of sodium, moss is used as a remedy for the tubercle Bacillus. In addition, this plant contains enzymes, iodine, various vitamins and fragrant substances. The plant has properties that enhance the immune system.
Mucous substances contained in the plant, reduce inflammation in the mucous membranes of the pharynx, nose and mouth, stomach and intestines. Also, these slime have soothing properties. Icelandic moss is used in cough and as the means used for gargling in inflammation of the tonsils.
Due to bitterness of the plants is improved digestion and increased appetite. Whooping cough is another disease that can be cured tea blend based on Icelandic moss.
The use of Iceland mossIceland moss has long been used in folk medicine as an antiemetic, and an antitussive. For medicinal purposes used all the parts of the moss. All diseases of the gastrointestinal tract are treated with preparations of this plant. Good action of Icelandic moss is having in the treatment of dystrophy and overall resource depletion of the human body. And made from moss tea helps with diseases of the skin. For example, eels cannot be removed other than using Iceland moss as a tea taken regularly.
Iceland moss includemany charges. Fees apply for pain in the chest or stomach. A decoction of the moss is used for constipation and diarrhea, as when it is brewing formed a mucus that coats the stomach wall.
Iceland moss is a General tonic, so it is used for all recovering people.
Tea made from Icelandic moss, whooping cough. Take half teaspoon of thyme, and Icelandic moss, and pour 250 ml of boiling water. Leave on for 5 minutes to infuse and strain. Take this tea 1 Cup three times a day.
A decoction of Iceland moss with a stomach ulcer. Take Iceland moss, flax seed and marshmallow root to half a tablespoon and pour 450 ml of boiling water. Put on the fire for 7 minutes and strain after removing from heat. This decoction is taken half an hour before meals 70 ml 5 times a day.
Tincture of Iceland moss. For its preparation you need to take 40 grams of moss and pour them a glass 60% alcohol. Leave everything for a week to infuse. Make a tincture you need 10 or 15 drops. Indications for the use of this medication are diarrhea, loss of appetite, suffocating cough and diseases of the gastrointestinal tract.
A decoction of Iceland moss for the treatment of tuberculosis. The broth is very easy to prepare. To do this, take 4 tablespoons of Icelandic moss, and pour over them 500 ml of cold boiled water. Put the composition on the fire for 5 minutes. Strain the broth, it may take a couple of SIPS 3 times a day cold.
Medicine from Icelandic moss for bronchitis. To prepare it you'll need enamelware, glass of milk and 1 tablespoon Icelandic moss (chopped in advance). Put all in a bowl and put it on the fire for half an hour, not forgetting to close the lid. Before bedtime need to take this medicine hot.
A decoction of Iceland moss in atony of the stomach. To prepare it, you need to take 3 tablespoons of moss, to pour 750 ml of water and put all on the fire for half an hour. The end result is weight, the consistency is similar to jelly. This slurry should be consumed in one day.
Contraindications to the use of Iceland moss
Icelandic moss is absolutely safe for all people. The exception is autoimmune disease.