The Erbavita And Teas China Red Bark 100g

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The Erbavita And Teas China Red Bark 100g
Erbavita The E Teas China Red Bark Description: originates in Peru and Bolivia, now also grown in India, Java, West Indies, as the White China. Has reddish bark, cracked deeply and broadly oval leaves, which eventually take on a blood-red color. The flowers have purple calyx. typically at the bottom it has a pretty bare stem, while overhead develops many ramifications. Part used: Bark: has red outer surface or blackish-brown, with longitudinal grooves, while inside is red-vivid color Components: tannins, alkaloids quinoline (also present up to 15%, the minimum mandatory title is 6%): quinine, quinidine, cinchonine, and cinchonidine. These substances are antipyretic and anti-malarial. Properties: bitter tonic, febrifuge, malaria, intestinal astringent, antidyspeptic. Indications: slow digestions, convalescence, fatigue, fevers. Its derivatives are also useful as a sunscreen. Uses: against fever and malaria: the slope acts against amoebas, paramecium, plasmodia and trypanosomes. Eupeptic tonic and anti fermentation, useful to treat gastrointestinal dyspepsia, due to chinotannici acids. Stimulating and neurotonic, to increase appetite and gastric secretion and saliva, gastrointestinal motility and liver function. Contraindications: as a result of overuse can occur poisoning called cinconismo manifested by headache, abdominal pain, ringing, hearing loss, nausea, vomiting, sweating, dizziness, rash, visual disturbances, diplopia and optic nerve atrophy. The china should not be used during pregnancy, breastfeeding, suffering from gastritis and ulcers and in patients who have disorders of blood coagulation. Remember the activity of quinidine on heart rhythm. Synergistic herbs: as for the white china Preparations: Infusion bitter - Peptic: bark china 40 g, 20 g calamus root, angelica root 10 g, cola nuts 10 g, 10 g colombo root, gentian root 10.A g per cup spoon, a cup after meals. Drops against stomach acid: china TM 50 g, 30 g TM rhubarb, gentian TM g 20. Thirty drops after meals. Curiosity: The slope would be discovered in Peru, near Laxa. Following an earthquake, some trees would have fallen into the lake to which they watered the flocks at altitude, and noted that indigenous people sick animals -specie of febbre- healed. The tree in question is the tree of China. In 1638, during the Spanish invasion, a soldier was treated by a native with the water of Lake Laxa, alleviating the febbre.La china powder dust is also the Jesuits call or pulvis eminentissimis cardinalis because it was introduced in Europe by the Jesuits .
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