Properties: poplar contains a large number of useful substances that are used for colds, insomnia and various diseases. The plant has anti-inflammatory, wound healing, astringent and analgesic properties. Poplar is used as a good diaphoretic and antimicrobial drug. Due to the content of essential oil in the plant, it is used as an expectorant and as a means of normalizing the functioning of the gastrointestinal tract.
A decoction of poplar bark has an antimalarial property. In addition, the same decoction helps with fever, gout, sciatica and rheumatism. An ointment made from poplar buds is a disinfectant that is used to lower the temperature and get rid of joint pain. Topolina ointment is used for trichomonas colpitis, various fungal skin diseases, ulcers, allopecia, and other diseases.
Tincture of poplar buds. Take 1 tablespoon of poplar buds and fill them with a glass of vodka or alcohol. Stir and let stand for 14 days in a cool place. Having filtered the finished tincture, it is used 15 drops three times a day for various diseases, including stomach cancer.
Oil on the poplar buds. To prepare it, take 10 grams of poplar buds and 100 ml of vegetable oil and put the composition on fire for half an hour. After removing from the fire, the product is filtered and used externally for ulcers and other diseases and inside as a painkiller for rheumatism, gout 1 teaspoon three times a day.
Poplar ointment. We prepare it as follows: take the poplar buds and grind it into powder. Ready powder in the amount of three tablespoons is mixed with the same amount of butter. Such oil is stored in the refrigerator for 10 days.
Infusion of the kidneys. Take half a glass of dry poplar buds and pour 200 ml of boiling water. Leave for half an hour to insist. The finished mass is applied to sore spots, changing the dressing (compress) daily. These dressings and compresses are used for sprains or various nerve injuries.
Fresh juice with tinnitus and ringing in the head. Taking fresh poplar leaves, juice is squeezed out of them, which is buried in the ear. Dripping poplar juice into the ear, the auricle should be slightly pulled over.