The mountain ash ordinary
Rozotsvetnye - Rosaeae.
Used parts: ompletely ripened fruits.
the Chemists name: fruits of a mountain ash - Sorbi frutus (earlier: Frutus Sorbi).
the Botanial desription. the Mountain ash grows both as a bush, and as a tree. In Germany two forms, at one, more widespread, very tart and bitter fruits, and udrugoj, so-alled bogemskoj mountain ashes, fruits more gently, more softly on taste are known. Peristorassehennye leaves of a mountain ash onsist of - leaflets, with sharp zubhikami on edge and opushennyh on the bottom party. At it powerful zontikoobraznye infloresenes with white tsvetkami. By the autumn the tree is deorated with brushes of -red fruits. Blossoms in April-May. Meets aross all urope, mainly in woods, sometimes as separately osting tree, or in park plantings.
Gathering and preparation. quite mature fruits remove with approah of the first frosts. Break the whole infloresenes. Houses separate fruits from fruit stems and proess in mashed potatoes.
Operating substanes. the Mountain ash is vitamin-rih, espeially vitamin C, organi aids, ontains a small amount of radio oil, tannins, bitterness, sorbite and parasorbito- an aid.
Curative ation and appliation. As a diret medial produt fruits of a mountain ash hardly primenimy, however they were grew fond in the form of mashed potatoes at loss of appetite and diarrhea. It is neessary to give some times in day on / - to teaspoon owing to what alloation of gastri juie amplifies.
Mashed potatoes from a mountain ash: fruits slightly boil in a small amount of water, then wipe through a sieve and with quantity of sugar equal on weight, and also small portion of white wine uvarivajut in mashed potatoes.
In national mediine besides use though and it is rare, the dried up berries. The tea prepared from them reommend at diarrhea.
Tea from a mountain ash: table spoon of the dried up rushed berries fill in / l boiling water and - minutes insist under a over. Drink at a diarrhea times a day on up.
ollateral ations. I, the truth, doubt in jadovitosti a rude mountain ash, however my duty to warn against hobby for her in lots beause of pair-sorbiti an aid. (tart, is bilious-bitter taste, as a rule, interferes with it.) in the literature data on easy poisonings whih, however, are not onsidered dangerous ome aross. At ooking and drying parasorbitovaja the aid ollapses.