Use Douradinha as a STD home remedy along with treatment
Douradinha - Waltheria Douradinha S.
Used part: Leaf
Also known as mauve-white and mauve-velvet, the Douradinha do Campo - or simply Douradinha - is a herbaceous plant of the family Escrofulariaceae that has a quadrangular stem, measuring up to 10 centimeters in height. It is a plant antiveliosa, diuretic-purgativa, emenagoga and emetocarártica. Some scholars assume it to be poisonous, but in some countries Douradinha occupies the top spot on the home medicine issue. It is possible to find such a plant abundantly in Asia, Africa and Australia, but it proliferates well in almost all the world. Its active principles are alkaloids tannins and saponins. With propertiesdepurative, energetic, diuretic, weight-loss, hypotensive, anti-inflammatory, stimulant, sudorific, emollient, cardiotonic and antialbuminuric, this can be a great ally in the treatments of several simple and even serious pathologies.
This plant has tonic, diuretic, hypotensive, anti-inflammatory, stimulating, sudorific, emollient, cardiotonic, antialbuminúrica, purifying, energetic and slimming properties, which explains its use in medicine being quite old. And although some scholars claim that the gold-plated field is a poisonous plant, it is effective in treating various ailments (most often in the form of tea), such as skin diseases (mostly syphilitic wounds), rheumatism, problems with blood pressure, cough, bronchitis, renal cramps, uric acid and difficulty urinating among others.
Good Herbal Remedy:
- Uric acid
- Blood pressure
- Renal cramps
- Chronic catarrh
- Chronic cystitis
- Difficulties in urinating
- Pulmonary conditions
- Syphilitic diseases
- Diseases in the lungs
- Put 2 tablespoons of herb to a liter of water
- Turn off when the water reaches boil
- Cover and leave the solution muffled for about 10 minutes
- Strain and drink
How to Drink:
Take 2 to 3 cups a day.
The truth is that it is very beneficial to health, however you must be careful when consuming. Avoid using in patients who have disorders in blood clotting or these problems may be aggravated. Also contraindicated during pregnancy and lactation. By exaggerating the consumption of this herb the side effects that may happen are: increased intestinal bowel movements or pasty diarrhea in the bowels that are already hanging in cases of diarrhea due to other factors.
It is important to emphasize that even though it is a natural remedy, it is still a remedy, and like all others, if it is not used in the correct way and with the proper follow-up it can trigger adverse reactions to it. Consultation with a doctor or specialist in medicinal plants and their properties is highly indicated.