syringa vulgaris

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syringa vulgaris
English name: Lilac.


Shrub of the family of oleáceas that reaches up to 4 mt. tall, very petiolated segments with leaves, whole, ACORAZONADO and pointy, soft tissue and nerve; purple flowers of course, except in the variety that has white, fragrant, tubular corolla of heading into four equal lobes and large bouquets upright and Conical and capsular fruit, compressed, black coriaceous, with two seeds. The leaves are used medicinally, fruit and bark.


Originates in Turkey and Persia and is cultivated in temperate zones of Europe and America as an ornamental plant and aromatic, the beauty of its flowers.

Lilo has been used in connection with the following conditions: Flatulence, fever, gout.

Historical or traditional use (may or may not be backed by scientific studies)

The Arabs entered the Lilo in Europe through Spain and from the sixteenth century it spread to America.

Active components:

The bark, leaves and fruits of Lilo siringopicrina contain a bitter substance similar in composition to quinine and also contains glycosides, which come from their properties as a stomach tonic, appetizer, astringent and digestive tract. Remedia and it is advisable in cases of heavy digestions and flatulence. It also has properties and febrífugo sudorific, and especially the cortex. It is recommended for the flu with febrile. As is recommended for anti - gout attacks.

How much should I take?

Can be taken from 1 to 3 cups daily of an infusion prepared with 30 grams of plant per liter of water. To lower a fever, it can be done only with the infusion crust.

There are side effects or interactions?

There are no known.

Information on the effects of a dietary supplement or an herb determined in a given disease has been described in relation to the methodology and the data source of support (for example: clinical, double - blind, meta - analysis, or traditional use) For easy understanding, the information in the table that lists the diseases are also categorized. The criteria for the rankings are: "primary" indicates that there is relatively reliable and scientific data that show a constant support in the disease. "secondary" indicates that there is conflict, little or only preliminary studies suggest that the disease in a support or aid in the disease is minimal. "other" indicates that there is little scientific support and / or minimal support in the disease.

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