Herbalists recommend: thyme, juniper and wild peony are great after a stroke

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Herbalists recommend: thyme, juniper and wild peony are great after a stroke

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  1. Thyme herbalists recommend this plant to all people with a stroke. This plant has an effect on the level of capillaries and effectively strengthens blood circulation in the brain. It can be drunk in the form of herbal liquid. Pour one tablespoon of raw materials with a cup of boiling water. Drink throughout the day. It is an excellent tincture for external use. Pour about 50 grams of dried herbs with half a liter of brandy. Leave for two weeks in a dry and dark place. Strain. With this tincture rub the parts of the body that are immobile due to the disease.
  2. Juniper – herbalists recommend juniper branches. Drink herbal fluids throughout the day. Use the tincture for external use. Pour one tablespoon of raw material with half a liter of water and cook until boiling. Leave overnight In the morning drink during the day or massage numb parts of the body. A 10 ‘% juniper tincture can be used to rub body parts. Pour about 50 g of raw material with half a liter of brandy. Leave for two weeks in a dry and dark place. Juniper baths are useful.
  3. Wounded (Latin Betonica officinalis) – strengthens circulation and has a beneficial effect on blood vessels. You can drink this plant or use a tincture. 10% tincture can be made for massage.
  4. Wild peony-herbalists recommend a wild peony stalk. Raw material collection is needed during the flowering period of the plant. The application is the same as the previous plants. It is used for oral and external use. Peony has a sedative effect and strengthens circulation. Contributes to the renewal of hearing, movement and speech.

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