buchúbarosma betulina

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buchúbarosma betulina
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This plant was a remedy used by the hotentotes, settlers of South Africa, before the arrival of whites. Its excellent virtues to combat inflammation of the urinary organs, have made the buchú will spread throughout the world, and that it can find in many shops and herbal preparations phytotherapeutic.

Habitat: plant originally from South Africa, which are also farmed in South America. It is known in Europe.

Description: shrub of the family of Rutaca, which reaches two meters.

tall. Its leaves are oval, opposite and slightly hair. All the plant off an aroma mixture of rosemary and mint.

Used parts: the leaves.

Properties and indications: buchú leaves contain an essential oil (diosfenol) which is beginning its most important asset. It acts as:


Urinary antiseptic.

Inflammation of the genitourinary organs, especially the urine of bladder and prostate cancers.

The buchú, along with the gayuba, is one of the most effective plants that are known to successfully treat inflammatory diseases of the urinary organs. It is especially indicated in the following cases:

Pyelonephritis (inflammation of the kidney and renal pelvis)

Cystitis (inflammation of the bladder of urine) effectively relieves the itching and pain that occurs when you urinate.

Urethritis (inflammation of the urethra or "pipe urine") whether or not the home venereum (gonorrhea) regenerates the urinary mucosa and it negates the inconvenience. It is effective, whether taken in infusion, as applied in urethral washes.

Usage: infusion with about 50 grams of leaves per liter of water. Will eat 3 cups a day. Externally, washed with the same urethral infusion as it applies to domestic use can be washed from the urethra in case of urethritis.

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