Properties: a medicinal plant has anti-inflammatory, astringent, bactericidal, hemostatic effects. Therefore, it is widely used to treat flatulence, enterocolitis, gastritis, peptic ulcer, gastric, intestinal and uterine bleeding, cystitis, dysentery and diarrhea. As an external remedy, galangal is adapted to rinse bleeding gums, sore throat with sore throat, and a decoction of the roots in the form of lotions rescues from frostbite, poorly healing wounds, burns and hemorrhoids. To prevent bad breath, the plants brush their teeth by mixing powder with regular paste.
Decoction for the treatment of gastrointestinal diseases, elimination of bleeding: pour two teaspoons of rhizomes with water (250 ml), boil and hold on fire for 15-20 minutes. Then squeeze, bring to 250 ml of volume with warm boiled water and consume a decoction of a tablespoon three times a day for an hour or an hour after eating.
Contraindications: no contraindications noted. Tincture should not be used during pregnancy, children and people prone to alcoholism. An overdose of galangal can cause severe abdominal pain and vomiting.