drupe stony



A perennial herbaceous plant with a low stem and creeping non-flowering shoots. Leaves petiolate, trifoliate, leaflets crenate-toothed, covered with hard hairs. Flowers white, 3-10 in corymbose inflorescence; the fruit is a combined drupe of juicy bright red sour fruitlets, collected loosely by 2-6, the stone is large. Blooms in May-June.

Grows in forests and shrubs; often found in the northern regions.

A decoction of plants with rhizomes wash their heads from dandruff and for hair growth. A decoction of the herb or leaves is used to treat hemorrhoids, hernia, tumors, suffocation, stomach disorders, and some female diseases. With a decoction of rhizomes, they wash their heads from dandruff, with a decoction of leaves – with seborrhea. Leaves with rusty spots (fungal lesions) are harvested to treat stuttering, epilepsy, tongue-tied tongue and fright. Decoctions and infusions are prepared from them: 20 g of leaves per glass of water.


Infusion of herbs and leaves: 1 tbsp. a spoonful of raw materials insist 1 hour in 1 glass of boiling water and drink 1-2 tbsp. spoons 3-4 times every day before meals.

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