You should not eat large amounts of hayucos, because it seems to be that in his crust there is some unidentified toxic substance slightly, it can cause
how vast forests throughout Europe, except in the Mediterranean coast. Naturalized in the
large tree that reaches up to 40 meters in height, of the
of Fagáceas. The edges of their leaves are covered with small, soft pelillos. Fruit, the hayucos, are similar to chestnuts.
wood and bark of branches.
Properties and indications:
charcoal obtained from beechwood, is excellent to combat the fermentation and
, by its powerful effect adsorbent and disinfectant. It is also useful as toothpaste and as
universal antidote against all kinds of poisoning. From its timber is removed from the creosote, an expectorant and antiseptic
tract rich in guayacol, which enters in the composition of many syrups. The crust contains abundant tannins. It is astringent (recommended in
and dysentery) worming (does expel
parasites) and invigorating.
tannins (3 - 4%)
pentosans, metilpentosanas, pigment (idalina) abundant flavonoids, mainly Querceta.
Phenols have an antiseptic effect. It also presents an astringent (antidiarreica, healing) analgesic, antipyretic, expectorant and antitusiva.
Popularly used in the treatment of
- like syndromes, colds,
and to "lower the blood. ".
Do not prescribe dosage forms with
content for oral administration in
under two years or consultants in the process of
Caution / Poisoning.
Take into account the
content of the extract fluid from the dye and syrup.
It took 10 to 20 grams of coal up to 5 times
day, dissolved in water or chewed as is, in severe cases can take up to 100 grams at once. To make
decoction with the bark were used 60 grams per
of water, leaving it to boil until the
is reduced by half; take 2 or 3 cups
day, as worming are swallowed, for 5 days, 2 cups daily fasting.
Galenica forms / Dosage.
10 to 20 grams per
. Boil 5 minutes, 3 cups
3 - 6 g / day.
Fluid extract (1:
1) 30 - 50 drops, one to three times
5) 50 - 100 drops, one to three times
Syrup (5% extract fluid) 1 to 3 tablespoons
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