Pupavka noble, or roman
Slozhnotsvetnye - Asteraeae (Compositae.)
Used parts: infloresenes.
the Chemists name: flowers of the Roman amomile - Chamomillae romanae flos (earlier: Flores Chamomillae romanae).
the Botanial desription. the Perennial plant whih forms upright runaways approximately -sm of height. The last bear on the ends on one white infloresene, basially only with jazyhkovymi tsvetkami. Suh version is preferable to the pharmaeutial purposes for what it is grown up in ulture. Leaves dvazhdy-or trizhdyperistorassehennye. Blossoms from June till August. The native land of the Roman amomile - the Southern and the Western urope and, quite probably, Northern Ameria.
Gathering and preparation. Collet ompletely dismissed infloresenes and dry them on air or at artifiial heating (at temperature not above deg).
operating substanes: radio oil, bitterness (se- laktony), flavonoidy, poliatsetileny and others.
Curative ation and appliation. Suh omplaints, as heavy feeling, meteorizm, easy -th phenomena from a gastroenteri path, and also an inflammation in an oral avity and a throat - here sopes whih Publi servie of publi health servies of Germany speifies. But in general the Roman amomile is used the same as and tsvetki amomiles hemists (with. ), espeially in ngland, Frane and Belgium. Alongside with it tea from pupavki noble use for washing light hair, and in some areas even as bleahing means or a paint for hair. o tea nastoj for external and internal appliation: teaspoon of infloresenes pupavki to fill in / l boiling water and to allow to be insisted minutes under a over. After filtering tea is ready to the use. A dosage for internal appliation: - ups of tea daily.
Collateral ations. If to apply in therapeuti dozes there are no bases to be afraid ollateral ations of the Roman amomile.