Shrub roots exhibit pronounced anti-inflammatory, astringent, choleretic, antiseptic and bactericidal properties. Preparations from the roots of rose hips have a beneficial effect on blood circulation, activate metabolic processes, normalizing salt metabolism, stimulate the production of bile and gastric secretion. Rosehip roots are an excellent therapeutic and prophylactic for diseases of the bladder and gall bladder, kidneys, as they cleanse these organs of salts, accumulated toxins and carcinogenic compounds, and also heal the entire excretory system and help dissolve all kinds of stones in the body. Treatment with rosehip roots strengthens the whole and tones the whole body, improves immunity, enhancing the ability to resist viruses and infections. This healing agent successfully copes with many skin diseases, such as: acne, allergies, urticaria, long-term healing wounds, excessive sweating of the feet, infectious skin diseases, insect bites, abrasions, bruises, cuts, thermal and sunburns. A decoction of the rosehip root is used in the form of compresses, external wipes, general or local baths. Due to the increased content of tannins, flavonoids and rutin, foot baths with decoction not only help relieve fatigue, but also have a therapeutic effect on the vessels. Sedentary baths and microclysters with a decoction of rosehip roots are a proven folk remedy for hemorrhoids.
The treatment carried out by the roots of rose hips (taking into account contraindications) has as its goal the dissolution of kidney stones, as well as the safe removal of sand from the body. For these purposes, take a decoction of fresh or dried roots. Sometimes, a few days after the start of taking a decoction of rosehip roots, the patient's condition worsens sharply (nausea, pain in the lower back, dizziness). In this case, it is recommended to reduce the consumption of the decoction by half. The treatment course in this situation will have to be divided into 2 stages: 10 days, then a month break, the continuation of the treatment course (5-7 days).
The dosage of the healing drink should be prescribed by a herbalist or your doctor. Treatment is preferably carried out under the supervision of physicians. This treatment method can cause complications that can be avoided by taking additional protective measures. Do not self-medicate, as moving stones can clog the ducts, which leads to unbearable pain, surgery, and, in especially severe cases, to death.
A decoction of rosehip roots: 35-40 grams of dry or fresh, pre-ground raw material is poured into 0.4 liters of hot water in a glass bowl, covered with a lid and placed for 15 minutes in a water bath, and then insisted, wrapped in a warm blanket, for at least 5 hours . Before use, the broth should be filtered. The recommended dosage is 100 ml 30 minutes before meals four times a day. Please note that the broth should not be prepared for the future and stored in the refrigerator, as it loses its healing properties. Prepare the product daily, calculating the dose prescribed to you for a day. Usually, the course of treatment is from 2 to 4 weeks and is prescribed by the attending physician or phytotherapist.
A decoction of the roots of wild rose for external use: 2 tbsp. spoons of crushed raw materials to fill in a glass refractory or enameled glassware, pour a liter of boiling water and boil on low heat for about 3 hours under a lid. Then leave to cool and additional extraction for about another hour.