Flowers in the house - Golden mustache.

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    Golden mustache.

    Golden mustache (home ginseng Far mustache, maidenhair) - these and other people gave a wonderful plant from Mexico, possessing decorative and medicinal properties. In his scientific name inconsistencies due healers and herbalists mentioned two names: dihorizandra and kalliziya (Calis) fragrant.

    Golden mustache



    Golden mustache with good care can grow up to a meter indoor environment, so you need to install the support stem, so that it did not break under its own weight. Golden mustache has a large and broad leaves (resembling corn) with another of their location on a vertical shaft, which runs horizontal articulated shoots - mustache, ending the young rosettes. Flowers are small and fragrant, in drooping inflorescences. Golden mustache, surrounded lianopodobnymi spikes, reminiscent of Indian dance many-armed god Shiva.

    Growing golden mustache is not difficult, it needs light (but not direct sunlight) location, regular moderate watering, wide pot with good drenazhёm, fertile soil with the addition of rotted manure and ash. Winter maintenance at a cool temperature, but not less than 12 degrees. For micropropagation used apical cuttings of mature plants and young rosettes, taken from his mustache. Rooting takes place rapidly in water and soil.

    When grown in a greenhouse young outlet rooted yourself in contact with moist soil, they can only be cut from the parent plant and transplant if necessary. In summer you can drop the plant in a shady garden space for growing multiple instances for medicinal purposes well to arrange a flower bed under the film - high humidity and good protection from adverse conditions will allow to collect a season several harvests "whiskers" and grow strong plants.

    Professionals interested in the medicinal properties have long golden mustache, studies were conducted in the United States and Canada. In Russia, the golden mustache study scientists in Irkutsk and St. Petersburg. Medicinal properties of gold whisker due to the presence of important elements for the body (chromium, nickel, iron, copper) and high content of the biologically active substances from the group of phytosterols and flavonoids, which have antitumor activity, antispasmodic, anti-oxidant, diuretic action.

    Golden mustache effective in hemorrhagic diathesis, allergic diseases, retinal hemorrhage, disruption of capillaries, and metabolic disorders, diseases of the endocrine system, prostatitis, rheumatism, nephritis, hypertension, measles, scarlet fever, typhus, and many other diseases.

    External application of products manufactured from the golden whiskers, promotes healing of wounds, burns, trophic ulcers, frostbite. Use a golden mustache as alcohol tinctures (for internal and external use in the treatment of osteochondrosis, injuries, tuberculosis, asthma, pneumonia, fibroids, etc.).

    Infusion (for the treatment of diabetes, pancreatitis, liver and gastrointestinal tract, cleanse the body, etc.), ointments (for the treatment of bruises, joints, skin diseases and ulcers, to the friction with colds), oil (for all types of massage, to the friction in the treatment of arthritis and arthrosis, in the treatment of skin diseases). In the book of Korodetsky "Golden mustache against the 100 diseases" and other literature, there are recipes for preparations of the golden whiskers.

    But do not forget that the patterns of use of drugs in each case individually - before using drugs from the golden whiskers, consult a physician.

     








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