Lilac is often used to treat rheumatic ailments and rheumatic nerves

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Lilac is a fragrant and popular spring plant in whose flowers, leaves and stem has many medicinal properties. Lilac is often used in homeopathy to treat rheumatic diseases (especially nerve rheumatism). This is a favorable plant for the treatment of digestive problems (diarrhea).
The bark of the tree and the shell of the seed coat is used to treat malaria (recurrent malaria with symptoms of fever accompanied by shivering and high fever).
The leaves are used to treat fever and mouth diseases in children, liver congestion (rush of blood to soft tissue), digestive problems, indigestion and bowel movements, diarrhea), respiratory problems (cough, bronchitis), fever, kidney stones, high blood pressure.
The flowers are used to treat skin diseases (rash, burns). Cook the leaves until the water turns black. Flower tea is used for dressings, cuts, scratches and various skin impurities, especially for facial care (flowers are cooked in milk and put compresses on the face), digestive system problems (bloating or constipation) and respiratory problems (cough, bronchitis), problems eyes (glaucoma – eye compress), etc.
The essential oil of lilac flowers is a well-known folk remedy for massage and treatment of rheumatism. In aromatherapy, it is used for emotional and spiritual balance and to strengthen sensuality and treat depression.

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