Highlander meat-red



A species that is botanically close to the highlander serpentine; currently regarded as a subspecies of it. Widespread in Georgia.

For use in medical practice, a liquid extract from the rhizome of the meat-red knotweed is proposed as an astringent, along with the extract of the knotweed serpent in diarrhea of ​​a non-dysenteric nature.

Most often used as an infusion or decoction (10 g per 200 ml) for acute and chronic colitis and enteritis, 1 tbsp. spoon 2-3 times every day.

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