How quince helps with sore throat and diarrhea

Quince has long been known for its heal­ing prop­er­ties. Even the great heal­er Avi­cen­na high­ly appre­ci­at­ed the fruits of this plant. He pre­pared drugs for his patients from the fruits, leaves and bark of quince in the treat­ment of var­i­ous dis­eases. Quince has proven itself espe­cial­ly well in the treat­ment of the diges­tive tract and sore throats. Due to its astrin­gent prop­er­ties, quince is used for diar­rhea.

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How­ev­er, quince has one draw­back — fluffs cov­er­ing the fruit. Get­ting into the upper res­pi­ra­to­ry tract, they can cause irri­ta­tion of the mucous mem­brane or aller­gies. To pro­tect your­self from aller­gens, before pro­cess­ing quince, grease your nos­trils with petro­le­um jel­ly or put on a gauze ban­dage.

For sore throat, pre­pare a decoc­tion of quince seeds. You don’t need to grind them. Take 1 tbsp. a spoon­ful of seeds, pour 1 glass of water, boil for 10–15 min­utes, leave for 2 hours. Gar­gle 5–6 times a day.

quince hemorrhoids

Quince com­pote

With hem­or­rhoids, poul­tices with quince juice will help. Heat the juice, soak gauze in it and apply it to the anus. Keep until cool.

quince tea

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With ede­ma of car­diac ori­gin, tea from quince fruits is used. Boil the pieces of fruit with boil­ing water for 10 min­utes. Drink like reg­u­lar tea.

dried quince

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Quince leaves are used for dia­betes and hyper­ten­sion. Take 1–2 tbsp. spoons of crushed leaves and twigs of quince pour 200 ml of water and boil for 15 min­utes, insist until cool, strain. Apply 1 tbsp. spoon 3 times a day.

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Two quinces

For col­i­tis and intesti­nal dis­or­ders (diar­rhea) in chil­dren, pre­pare a mucous decoc­tion. Take 10 g of crushed seeds, pour 1 glass of hot water, sim­mer in a water bath for 20 min­utes, cool for 10 min­utes and strain through 2–3 lay­ers of gauze. Take 1/2 cup 3 times a day before meals.
In the same way, you can pre­pare a rem­e­dy from the bark, only the boil­ing time is increased to 30 min­utes. Take 1–2 tbsp. spoon 3 times a day after meals.

From a headache with spasms of cere­bral ves­sels, it is use­ful after har­vest­ing the quince to decom­pose it in a room on a bed­ding of shav­ings and store it until processed. Quince phy­ton­cides relieve spasms of cere­bral ves­sels.

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For inflam­ma­to­ry dis­eases of the stom­ach, pre­pare an infu­sion of leaves. Take 5 g of leaves, pour 1 cup of hot water, boil in a water bath in a closed enam­el bowl for 15 min­utes, cool at room tem­per­a­ture, strain, squeeze and bring the vol­ume of liq­uid to the orig­i­nal, adding boiled water. Take 2 tbsp. spoon 3–4 times a day before meals.

Source: Home doc­tor.


Author:Natalya Zdorovaya

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