Sabtu, 07 April 2012

Treat Menstrual pain with turmeric

Turmeric plant are usually trunked wet, to 0.75 m high, oval-shaped leaves, red compound interest or pink. This annual herb produces primary tuber-shaped roots are dark yellow or orange light. Propagation with the puppies. Commonly referred to as Kunir; Kunyir; Koneng; Kunyet; Yellow; or Kuneh.

Habitat: It grows in fields and in forests, especially in teak forests. Many are also grown in perkarangan. can grow in the lowlands to an altitude of 2000 m asl

Plant part used: rhizome

Chemical Ingredients: Tumeron; Zingiberon; sesquiterpene alcohol; Curcumin; bitter substances; Fat hars; Vitamin C

Benefits: Kholagog; Stomakik; antispasmodic; Anti-inflammatory: Anti bacteria; Kholeretik

Simplesia name: Rhizoma domesticae Curcumae

The traditional recipe:

Sores and ringworm
Turmeric 1 finger; leaves 1 handful acid; water a little, Dipipis, Stick it on the wound and changed every 3 hours

Turmeric 1/2 finger; Rasuk wind 1/2 teaspoon; 3 Coriander seeds: Fruit wood Ules 1 seed; Trawas a leaf blade, ground mixture, plus 115 ml water and boiled; then filtered, Drunk in the morning and evening; every time drank 100 ml

menstrual pain
Turmeric 1 finger; Coriander 7 points; Cloves 1 point; Acid kawak; Nutmeg, ground mixture, plus 110 ml water, and boiled; then filtered, drink 1 a day 100 ml

stomach ache
Turmeric burned a finger; Bark pulosari one finger; Coriander seeds 7; whole plant patikan china 1 handful; Water 1 cup, ground mixture, plus water and boiled until a cup; filtered, Infants 5-7 months of age: 1 teaspoon / hours; Children aged 1-2 years; taken 2 times a day; 2 tablespoons; Adult; drink 3 times a day; 1/2 cup - Enjoy High eCPM Rates!