Globularia MAYOR

globularia vulgaris

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Globularia MAYOR
globularia vulgaris
Other Names:

Escorciana, Sen. false.

In classical antiquity this plant was known as "grass terrible, " because it was confused with the sense of powerful laxative effect. Today we know that their effect is not as intense as that of sin, but is still used as a laxative the Globularia.

Habitat: Southern and Central Europe, divided by limestone terrain, dry and sunny.

Description: perennial plant from 15 to 20 cms. tall, of the family of Globulariáceas. Its leaves are oval, and forming a basal rosette. Its flowers are blue alive.

Used parts: the leaves.

Properties and indications: the entire plant contains a glucoside, the globularina, to which it owes its purgative action, as well as heterósidos, tannin, resin and vitamin G. In addition to its effect.

laxative, quite strong, is colagoga (facilitates the removal of the gallbladder) sudorific lightly stimulating.

Use: decoction of 40 to 50 grams of leaves per liter of water, which is boiled for 15 minutes, taking a cup at night before bed, and another the next morning fasting.

Precautions: not exceeding the doses listed, as it can cause vomiting and severe diarrhea.

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