As Grass planting

Unquestionably one of the best natural tonics, the program of the pharmacy also produces excellent results in the treatment of inflammation of the bladder, kidneys and intestines, gallstones, liver disease, gout, rheumatism and fevers. In France is prepared with an infusion rooted popular painkiller.

Grass cultivation of pharmacies

Wild plant.

Indications for use of the pharmacies Grama

  • Purifying - Decoction: boil in three quarts of water for an hour the following ingredients: 5Og rhizome of the pharmacy program, 15g licorice root, sarsaparilla root 20g and 150g of dandelion root. Filter the decoction, put it in a bottle and drink three cups per day. Treatment should be continued for about two weeks.
  • Diuretic - Infusion: pour pint of boiling water 20g grass rhizome of the pharmacy and let cool. Filter, soften slightly and drink a cup every hour.
  • Fibre, stomach and intestine (inflammation) - Decoction: leave soaking in one liter of cold water and 200g, 30g of rhizome of crushed grass of the pharmacy, licorice root 10g and 10g of peeled barley. After two hours, bring the heat and simmer until about 200g of water evaporation. Filter and drink cups during the day. In case of inflammation of the stomach or intestine, drink two or three cups.

Technical Information of the pharmacy Grama

  • Scientific name: Agropyron repens
  • Family: Gramineae
  • Synonyms: Queck (German); Chiendent commum (French); couchgrass, twitchgrass (English); Gramigna (Italian); grass, grass-branca, grass-comum, grass-das-ferm├ícias, grass-de-ponta, wheat-Selvagem (Portuguese).

History of the pharmacy Grama

Herb considered harmful or, much more than that, scourge of the land Lalsanza the Agropyron repens is not cultivated anywhere in the world, but once it appears in a region is very difficult to exterminate. From its rhizomatous perennial, long and creeping, stems gnarled born, erect, cylindrical and hairless, measuring between 40 and 80 centimeters tall. The leaves are flat, light green, with upturned edges and unpleasant to touch. It has five to nine (some authors say three to six) small flowers, gathered in glume leathery and each of its many flower spikes.

The only part that is used in this herb is the rhizome, whose taste reminds a bit of licorice, should be cut into very small pieces, dry them and save them as usual.Some authors advise, before use, both fresh and dry, remove the film takes it and gives it a bitter taste and pungent at the same time. Although it may seem fragile, the program of the pharmacy is very tough, and drag it grows very rapidly in the fields, along roads, in cultivated and uncultivated land, gardens, pastures, mountains, coast and even between stones of all countries in Europe, North America and Asia. Despite its bad reputation, especially among farmers, of the pharmacy program has been praised for its medicinal properties since ancient times, when used to treat many diseases.


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