Properties: in the rhizomes of the hemophilus contains about 13% of tannins from the pyrogallic group, in the roots their content reaches 20%. Also in the roots of the hemorrhage contains several acids. These are oxalic, ellagic and gallic acids. But this is not the whole list of elements located in the root of the hemophilus. There are still starch, pigments, sterols, vitamin C, essential oil, calcium oxalate, gallotannins, carotene, sangvisorbine saponin. The leaves of the hemophilia contain 1.8% ascorbic acid and essential oil.
Recipe: in order to prepare a decoction based on the rhizomes of the hemorrhagic, it is necessary to calculate the ingredients as follows: use one glass of water for two teaspoons of the roots of the hemorrhagic. After which the composition is put on low heat and boiled for about 15 minutes. The water will gradually boil away, fresh water is added to its place, to the previous volume. Drink a decoction should be one or two tablespoons from three to six times a day for half an hour before eating.