Barberry: description .In the European part of Russia common Berberis vulgaris (B. vulgaris L), which grows in the wild and is often used in urban landscaping.Silnovetvisty, with drooping branches of a shrub up to 2.5 m in height especially along the autumn, when the background of red and yellow leaves hanging brush purple berries.Flowering barberry inconspicuous yellow flowers in drooping racemes, has an unpleasant odor.The fruits ripen in September and hang on the branches until frost, sometimes throughout the winter until they sklyuyut birds.The berries have a pleasant taste and a sour hard bone, they contain up to 50 mg% of vitamin C, provitamin A (140 mg%), P-active compounds, organic acids, pectins and tannins.Juice and a decoction of the fruit drink for colds, flu, like vitamins and febrifuge.
Barberry: photo plants.
Barberry useful properties .Plody used as a vitamin raw material for preparation of compotes and jams, soft drinks, spices to meat and fish.A valuable therapeutic effects have
In Primorye, Amur Barberry grows (V. amurensis Ruph.), Fruits and green parts of which are used in a similar manner.
Used parts: root, root bark, berries.
Medicinal properties: tonic, laxative, hepatic, antiseptic.
Description and application
collected berries must be ripe, they can be taken for fever or diarrhea.Fresh juice from the berries of barberry are very good as a mouthwash.The bark of the root contains berberine, bitter alkaloid that promotes the formation of bile secretion;so it can be used to treat liver diseases.Berberine also acts as a laxative and helps return to normal digestive process.Barberry has a beneficial effect on blood pressure by dilating blood vessels.
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