Properties: the root of the marsh iris has been widely used in folk medicine as an expectorant, laxative. Decoctions of the rhizome of the plant are effective for disorders of the gastrointestinal tract, in particular for poisoning, colitis, colds, are used for some gynecological diseases. Marsh iris extract is used as an active component of many dietary supplements for diseases of the intestines, pancreas. In the form of miraculous infusions, the plant is used for toothache and dropsy. With scurvy, various iris rinses are prescribed. Rhizomes are part of the popular breast tea. Modern homeopathic remedies based on the presented plant are prescribed for the effective treatment of salivary glands and inflammation of the pancreas.
Preparation: you need a glass of boiling water for 15 grams of raw materials. Inside, this drug can be taken up to 6 times a day for 1 tbsp. l