The effectiveness of a product depends on proper preparation at home

The effectiveness of a product depends on proper preparation at home
The effectiveness of this herbal preparation depends on the proper preparation of a herbal remedy.
Phytopreparations include: solution, tincture, medicinal liquid, herbal extract and ointment (or cream).
1.Solution – flowers, leaves, stems are used in combination with water. It is desirable to prepare a new solution daily or keep it in the refrigerator for a maximum of 2 days. The cold variant of the solution is to pour small dry parts of the plants with colder (or slightly warm) water. Leave in a covered container for 4 to 8 hours and strain through gauze. A warm variant is to pour the dry parts of the plant with hot water. Cook over low heat for 15 to 20 minutes without boiling. Strain. The combination of cold and hot variants is applied due to the complete extraction of active substances from plants. Pour cold water over the small parts of the plant. Leave for 4 to 8 hours. Strain. And pour the raw material with hot water, cook for 15 to 20 minutes without boiling. Then mix both solutions.
2.Herbal medicinal boiled liquid – bark, roots, wooden stems, buds and fruits with water are used. These medicinal liquids are absorbed more slowly and have a longer effect (compared to herbal solutions). Some biological substances contained in the plant can be destroyed during cooking. Some plants may not be cooked at all. For example, bitter wormwood during cooking has an effect that encourages nausea. Hold the same as the solution. Place the chopped dry raw material in an enamelled (or glass) container. Pour warm water. Leave for two to three hours. Then cover the pan with a lid and cook for about half an hour on low heat. Stir the mixture often. To prepare the solution and medicinal boiled liquid for internal use, then pour one tablespoon of raw material with one cup of water. If the plant has a concentrated effect, then pour one teaspoon of raw material with one cup of water. For external use, a more concentrated solution or boiled medicinal liquid can be made.
3.Tincture is a plant raw material combined with alcohol. Already prepared tincture regardless of color-should be transparent. Keep refrigerated in a dark glass container. The small raw material is poured into a jar and poured with 30-70% ethyl alcohol or brandy. Keep for seven to eight days at room temperature. Stir the mixture in the jar occasionally. Pour out, strain and remove the raw material. To one part of the fine herbal raw material it is necessary to add alcohol to obtain 5 parts of the finished tincture. Per 100 g of alcohol goes 20 g of vegetable raw materials).
4.Plant extract is a combination of flowers, leaves, herbs, fruits and water. It takes daily preparation or once every two days. Keep in a cool place, but warm the product slightly before use. Pour hot water over the vegetable raw material and cook on steam. Cook overnight in a partially cold oven. Strain in the morning, heat and use a warm preparation.
5. Ointment (or cream) – is a plant with fat. Refrigerate. Liquid fat: Pour the raw material with sunflower or olive oil in a ratio of 1: 2. Leave for 8 to 10 hours at room temperature. Thick fat: is a mixture of vegetable raw materials ground into powder with hard fats (lanolin, vaseline, butter, butter, lard or chicken fat). Melt the fat and mix it with the raw material according to the recipe. Cook for ten minutes, stirring constantly. Strain.


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