Useful and medicinal properties of blackberry sizoy

  • Useful and medicinal properties of blackberry sizoy

    Semi-shrub with erect cylindrical shoots with abundant white coating and thin thorns. Leaves are alternate, petiolate, triple. The flowers are white, five-membered, regular, fairly large. Chuchelist-nikov 5, loose, pubescent. Stamens are many, there are many pistils, the ovary is upper. Fruit is a black national team of drupe with a bluish coating. Blooms from July to autumn, fruits ripen in August.

    Occurs on the banks of rivers, ravines, along precipices, hills, bushes, near roads. A common plant of the middle zone of the former USSR.

    Medicinal raw materials are fruits, leaves, in the people - flowers. Leaves( preferably young) are collected during flowering, fruits - as they mature. Fruits have sweet and sour, leaves - tart taste. The smell is weak.

    Blackberry berries contain a significant amount of fiber, organic acids, sugar, B vitamins, vitamins C, A, nitrogenous substances, small amounts of tannins, potassium salts, copper, manganese.

    Leaves are used as a decoction( 6-10 g of leaves per 0.5 liters of boiled water) with diarrhea, gastritis and gastric bleeding.

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    In addition, medicinal tea is prepared from the leaves: fresh leaves are placed in a closed vessel, where they are kept until they fade, then steamed without water until they turn black and air dried. Tea, prepared in this way, acquires the

    aroma and taste, reminiscent of the flavor and taste of Chinese tea.

    With dysentery, a syrup is prepared: lump sugar in the amount of twice as many berries, cook until a thick syrup, take 3-4 tbsp.tablespoons per day.

    Many recommend the blackberry in a mixture with other plants with diabetes: ash, horsetail, drug stalk and valerian root in equal parts.6-8 g of the mixture brew in 1 liter of boiling water, insist and take in hot and cold.

    In folk medicine, the leafy blackberry peaks collected during the initial flowering period are used as an astringent for food toxic infections, dysentery and sometimes, according to indications, with peptic ulcer of the stomach and duodenum. When diarrhea and dysentery adults give infusion of leaves and flowers, children - berries.

    Decoction of leaves used for chronic enteritis, with angina( for mouth and throat rinsing).

    For catarrhs ​​of guts, a mixture of blackberry leaves( 2 parts) and marigold flowers( 1 part) is taken;4 teaspoons of the mixture is brewed in a glass of boiling water and consumed 1 / 2-2 / 3 cup 3 times daily before meals.

    For bleeding and weak digestion, a tincture from the root is recommended. Fresh leaves are applied( preferably to grated form) on lichen and chronic ulcers on the legs, a lotion from the decoction is made with eczema.


    Decoction from the root: 100 g of the root is boiled in 0.5 l of water until evaporation is halved. Decoction is filtered and mixed with an equal amount of red wine, drink with bleeding.

    Decoction from the root: 10 g of dried root per 200 ml of boiling water, take 1 tbsp.spoon every 2 hours, as a diuretic for edema.

    Tincture from berries( on vodka): 100-150 ml per reception at supercooling, to return the body to the lost heat.

    Decoction of leaves or roots: 20 g per 200 ml;take half a cup 3-4 times a day.

    Dried fruit, powdered and mixed with sugar( to taste), from diarrhea( for children, half a teaspoon 3 times a day).

    Decoction of blackberry leaves( South for 200 ml) is used externally in the form of lotion for eczema, as well as for rinsing the mouth and throat.

    Hot infusion: blackberry leaves - 2 parts, marigolds - 1 piece;1/2 cup 3 times a day for catarrh of bowels

    Fresh berries are useful for both the sick and healthy as a soothing and restorative means, especially during the menopause, tea from berries is also useful.