Friday, November 28, 2014

Lotus For Home Remedies

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Lotus

http://indonesian-herbal-medicine.blogspot.com/2014/11/lotus-for-home-remedies.htmlDescription:
Annual beautiful water plant, native to the Asian continent Lotus cultivated in the waters and ponds, sometimes found growing wild in the swamps.
Curable Disease:
Diarrhea, dysentery, leucorrhoea, nasopharynx cancer, fever, insomnia, vomiting blood, nosebleeds, coughing up blood, heart disease headache, defecate and urinate blood, anemia, premature ejaculation
Benefits:
Parts used: All parts of the plant, the roots, leaves and stems, flowers and stamens, seeds and flowers buffer like a honeycomb / sponge, as well as the seeds buds. Use fresh or dried
Usefulness:
Roots:
Coughing up blood, dysentery, Heat pissing and red, Vomiting blood, nosebleed.
Trunk:
The chest feels depressed Because the heat or humid
Heat stroke, unconscious, diarrhea, vomiting, leucorrhoea .


Stamens :
Come out sperm at night (spermatorrhea)
Whitish (leucorrhea)
Bleeding like vomiting blood, dysentery
Frequent urination, can not hold urine (enuresis)

Lotus seeds:
Diarrhea Due to weakness, chronic intestinal inflammation (chronic enteritis)
Dysentery, vomiting, Impaired absorption of food (malabsorbtion)
Nasopharynx cancer, Painful urination and turbid, Leucorrhoea, bleeding in women, neurasthenia, Wet dream (spermatorrhea)
Flowers:
Purulent skin inflammation (impetgio)
Inner pressure (trauma), bleeding

leaves:
Elephantiasis
Diarrhea due to heat or moisture
Bleeding in women
Bleeding like nosebleeds, vomiting blood, dysentery
Fainting Because heat (heat stroke)
Dizziness, headache

Basic Leaves:
Restless babies in the womb
Bloody dysentery, diarrhea

Remptacle:
Dysentery urinating blood, hemorrhoids, wet ulceration .
Excessive menstrual blood bleeding during pregnancy
Excessive out of fluid after childbirth
Excessive bleeding of pregnancy
Lower abdominal pain due to blood clots

rhizome:
Coughing up blood vomiting blood nosebleeds
Dysentery, urinary blood, high blood pressure
Fever, The thirst
Disorders of the menopause (menopause)
Less blood (anemia), neurosis
Heart disease, gastric disorders

Flour Rhizome:
Weakness and anemia, diarrhea
Increase appetite
Usage:
1. Blood Cough, Vomiting Blood
Lotus rhizome washed, and make as juice Having accumulated 1 cup / 200 cc then drink up.

2. High Blood `
A. 10 grams of lotus seeds and 15 grams of lotus seeds buds
Boiled with 350 cc of water until the remaining 200 cc
Drink every day like tea
B. Buds of lotus seed as much as 10-15 grams boiled
with enough water until boiling
Drink like tea
Or buds lotus seeds finely ground
Brewed with hot water , and drink it

3. Dysentery
50 Gram lotus rhizome and 10 grams of ginger, shredded or juiced
Add 100 cc of water, heat until boiling
Once cool add 1 tablespoon honey
Stir and then drink up.

4. Come out Blood from nose (nosebleeds)

Segment lotus root washed and juiced
The water dripped into the nose

5. Vomiting, Diarrhea
50 Gram lotus rhizome and 15 grams of ginger washed and juiced /
shredded Take the water Drink 3 times a day

6. Heatiness, goiter, and the Patient's of heart and Liver

100 Gr lotus rhizome and 50 grams fresh reed rhizome Wash and cut sufficiently Boiled with 500 cc of water until the remaining 250 cc
After cold filtered then Drink like tea
Composition:
Nature of Chemical and Pharmacological Effects 
Seeds: 
Maintaining a heart condition beneficial for kidney and strengthen the spleen.
Buds of lotus seeds: 
Eliminate the heat in the heart, reduce the heat, stop bleeding, Hold premature ejaculation
Lotus seed coat:
Stop bleeding, relieve heatiness,gastric. removing the heat and moisture of the intestine.
Stamens:
Removing heat from the heart, kidney function, premature ejaculation and stop bleeding,
Buffer flowers: 
scatter clotted blood blood, stop bleeding.
Lotus stem:
Reduce heat and facilitate urination.
leaves:
Reduce heat. eliminating moisture, stop bleeding.
Basic leaf:
Reduce heat, eliminate moisture. normalize menstruation, pregnancy strengthens. 
Eating raw rhizome efficacious reduce heat, cool the heat and scatter clotted blood.
When cooked, nutritious strengthen the spleen increase appetite. blood booster, helps muscle growth and cure diarrhea.

roots:
Stop bleeding, blood scatter clotted blood , sedative.
Flour rhizome:
Stop bleeding, add blood, arrange the function of the kidneys and spleen.

Chemical Ingredients
Flowers: quercetin, luteolin. isoquercitrin, kaempferol.
Stamens: quercetin, luteolin. isoquercitrin. galuteolin,
Buffer alkaloids flowers: Protein, fat, carbo hydrate, carotene, nicotinic acid, vitamin BI, B2, C and slightly contains nelumbine. 
Seeds: Rich in starch, also contains nuciferine, oxoushinsunine, N-norarme-pavine.
Bud lotus seeds: Liensinine, isoliensinine, neferine, nuciferine, lotusine, pronuciferine, methyl corypalline, demethylcoclaurine, galuteolin, hyperin.
Rhizome: Starch, protein, asparagine, vitamin C. In addition to it also contains catechol, d-gallocatechol, neochlorogenic acid, leucocyanidin, leucodelphinidin, peroxidase, etc.
Roots: Substance tannic and asparagine.
Leaves: Roemerine, nuciferine, norn'uciferine, DN-methylco-claurine, anonaine, liriodenine, quercetin, isoquercitrin, nelumboside, citric acid, tartaric acid, malic acid, gluconic acid, oxalic acid, Succinic acid, tannic substances, etc.
Basic lotus leaf: Roemerine, nuciferine and nomuciferine. Petiole: Roemerine, nomuciferine. resin and tannic substances.
Oxoushinsunine contained in lotus seed coat suppress the development of cancer of the nose and throat, while the seeds and stems of lotus efficacious for antihypertensive