Medicinal properties of blossoming lilacs by Women’s health People’s Councils

Medicinal properties of blossoming lilacs

The charm and medicinal properties of the blossoming lilac are inexpressible. Will our admiration be greater if we learn about the medicinal properties of this fragrant diva? We are almost accustomed to the fact that the birthplace of the most beautiful of the known plants is somewhere beyond the sea. Lilacs are a pleasant exception.
In the wild, it occurs only in the mountainous regions of Eurasia. Namely – in the Western Himalayas, the Balkans and the Carpathians. All the current “lilac riches” began there. Scientists-botanists describe the lilac as a shrub height of 3-10 meters with fragrant flowers collected in thick pyramidal panicles. Smooth dark green leaves have a slightly cordate shape at the base, and are sharp at the tip. Chemists – as a container farnesol, phenol glycoside, syringin, syringopicrin and essential oil. Scientists also know lilacs as a distant relative of olives and a plant … poisonous. And the herbalists will say that the lilac is as valuable as it is beautiful.


The medicinal properties of a blossoming lilac can only be surprised and surprised. The lilac is well studied by our scientists and therefore is a medicinal plant. Although the official medicine does not use lilacs, its popularity among the people does not detract from this. Especially prized is the blossomed lilac color. Inward, the infusion of dried flowers was used, primarily in diseases of the respiratory tract accompanied by cough – bronchitis, whooping cough, bronchial asthma, and as a sweatshop. In addition, according to other sources, this same tool can be used to treat kidney stones, and even with epilepsy. Alcohol tinctures of fragrant flowers are used even more actively. As an analgesic and anti-inflammatory agent for rheumatism, neuralgia, polyarthritis. As a means of restoring the health of affected organs, with peptic ulcers of the stomach and whites. As a disinfectant – with diarrhea. Tincture of lilac was treated even with shortness of breath.

Nuances of treatment

For connoisseurs of “lilac therapy”, in some cases, even the color of fragrant panicles was principled! So, for the treatment of spurs and other diseases, called “salt deposition” (that is, for external use), the medicinal properties of the blossoming lilac white were considered much more effective. Her tincture is recommended to rub the sore spots to those who suffer from osteochondrosis. Other parts of the lilac herbalists are also not overlooked. With the help of a “lilac” bast – a fibrous part from inside the cortex – treated with erysipelas. Appreciated also the leaves of the bush, which have a strong bitter taste. They were included in the charges used inside for pulmonary tuberculosis. And externally used as wound-healing agent, with furunculosis, migraine. In addition,


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