The sloe is a shrub or small tree 2 – 3 metres in height.
Growing in your yard is a wonderful shrub – tree turn? If not, then it is necessary to put. How useful Teren? Today we’ll talk about it, informs Rus.Media.
The sloe is a shrub or small tree 2 – 3 metres in height. The branches end in a thick, sharp thorn. People call it the wild plum or plum barbed. Because of its simplicity and usefulness, the thorns began to grow in gardens. Useful is all this magic plant: flowers, leaves, bark, roots, fruits.
The flowers are harvested and dried in the stage of flower buds slightly blossomed.
The leaves are harvested and dried until the fruit bushes.
The bark and roots are most useful in the period when the SAP flow in the spring.
The fruit is harvested in autumn when they turn a dark blue and a less tart taste. And better after the first frost.
– Tea from the dried leaves and flowers turn acts as a laxative. Useful for people who lead a sedentary lifestyle. 2 tablespoons of dry mixture of 0.2 liters of boiling water, to insist and drunk as a tea, using instead of welding.
– A strong decoction of the flowers rinse your mouth with inflammation and throat. The leaves, applying, used to heal wounds and ulcers.
– Flower decoction has analgesic, diaphoretic properties, improves metabolism.
– Bark and roots in decoction is used as astringent and febrifuge. Helps women with the inflammation and whitish discharge. The broth is diluted half boiled water and take half Cup 3 times a day.
The fruits turn increase appetite, have a fixative, antiseptic, astringent and diuretic.
That’s how much use can bring one shrub.
From the fruit of the blackthorn, it turns out delicious compote, you can add apples, chokeberry. The fruit can be dried and used as dried fruit.
Ripe berries are very healthy and tasty. Eaten a handful of thorns once per day, stimulates the kidneys.
And yet, he’s divinely handsome when in bloom in the spring, when the fruit is ripe. I advise everyone to put in their possessions a few blackthorn bushes, you will not regret.