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The healing power of hazel

  1. The hazel is a tree or shrub that originally grows in Europe. He is related to the birch. This tree is also cultivated for its hazelnuts, but the fruits of the wild hazel taste a lot better. Both the hazelnuts and the leaves of the hazel have medicinal properties. It works with varicose veins and edemas, among other things. In general, the hazel can provide substances that are good for the blood vessels. It is mainly the leaves that have a medicinal effect.

Contents:

  1. Healing power of the leaf of the hazelnut bush Naming Active substances Hazel good for the blood vessels External use hazel leaf and bark Dose and Safety

Healing power of the leaf of the hazelnut bush

  1. The healing power of hazelnuts and hazelnut oil is undeniable. Not only the nuts of the hazelnut tree are useful, also the leaves of this tree. However, the leaves cannot be eaten. You can make it into a macerate; In the case of hazel leaves, this means that you bring a liter of water to the boil with 25 grams of leaves in it. Then you leave this water for 12 hours. You can drink the cold tea you have obtained three times a day to achieve a therapeutic effect.

Naming

  1. The Latin name of hazel is Corylus avellana. In Dutch, this medicinal plant is called hazel or hazelnut bush. Hazel has a similar action to witch hazel, except that the hazel is weaker in action. Hazel based medicines are offered as an alternative to witch hazel medicines. The trees are related and the medical uses almost identical.

Active ingredients

  1. The nuts, bark and leaves of the hazel can be used medicinally. There is more to read about hazelnuts in the link of the first paragraph of this article. Here, only the healing power of hazel leaves and the bark of the young branches is discussed. The leaves contain the following substances: the flavonoids myricitrin and proanthocyanidins, tannins or tannins, essential oil, palmitic acid, paraffin, beta-sitosterol, taraxerol and sucrose.

Hazel good for the blood vessels

  1. Natural medicines based on hazel have a capillary-narrowing effect. The blood vessels of small veins are also narrowed. In addition, it is a means that makes the veins firmer. This is mainly due to vitamin P, which is contained in flavonoids and proanthocyanidins. There are many diseases that can be treated with hazel. Natural medicines are prescribed in phytotherapy for the following indications:

External use of hazel leaf and bark

  1. Hazel leaf and bark has an astringent effect. That means that the bleeding stops. In addition, it heals wounds; in medicine one speaks of a circulating effect. The blood vessel constricting effect of capillaries and smaller veins also contributes to blood clotting. Due to these medicinal properties, phytotherapists prescribe it for the following external conditions:

Dose and Safety

  1. Hazel leaf and bark is safe to use as long as you maintain the therapeutic dose below. There are no known cases of toxic side effect. Some people immediately think that it has no effect, but that is nonsense; this misconception is talked into by the pharmaceutical industry because they only produce drugs with countless side effects. [! 161680 => 1130 = 2630!] Dose and Safety

  2. Hazel leaf and bark is safe to use as long as you maintain the therapeutic dose below. There are no known cases of toxic side effect. Some people immediately think that it has no effect, but that is nonsense; this misconception is being talked into by the pharmaceutical industry because they only produce drugs with countless side effects.



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