Looks like raspberries to everyone
Blackberries have the same healing properties as raspberries. AD) used lotions from a decoction of its fruits and shredded leaves with bactericidal properties for the treatment of lichen, eczema, ulcers and purulent wounds.
The blackberry contains vitamins A, C, B1, B2, K. By the content of nicotinic acid, it significantly exceeds many other fruits and berries. Thanks to biologically active substances, blackberries have capillary-strengthening, anti-sclerotic and anti-inflammatory effects.
Fresh fruits, infusions, decoctions of dried berries are used for pneumonia and acute respiratory diseases as an antipyretic and refreshing drink. Overripe berries can be used as a mild laxative, and unripe berries can be used as a fixing agent. Decoctions of leaves can be recommended for colds, and decoctions of the roots as a diuretic and anti-inflammatory. Tea made from berries and berries themselves serve as a restorative and soothing remedy for hysteria and neurosis.
Blackberry leaves, as well as a decoction of both fresh and chopped dry, contain up to 14% of tannins, so they are used to eliminate hemoptysis, gastric hemorrhage, diarrhea, dysentery. Infusion of leaves helps with diseases of the upper respiratory tract, as well as an expectorant and soothing with increased irritability and insomnia. In addition, it is used for gastritis, cholecystitis, shortness of breath, flu. Leaf tea improves metabolism in diabetes.
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Leaves and their infusions are also used in the treatment of atherosclerosis and hypertension.
Infusion (50 g per 1 liter of boiling water, incubated for 15-20 minutes, then filtered through gauze) rinse your mouth and throat with stomatitis and tonsillitis.
There are reports of alternative medicine that blackberries can treat catarrh of the intestines and other intestinal ailments, including diarrhea with blood. The beneficial effect of a pair of blackberry leaves was observed along with marigold flowers (2: 1), 2/3 cup three times a day. Only from blackberry leaves (50 g per 1 liter of boiling water) is applied externally for skin inflammation, eczema and for gargling.
In preparing the material used literature: DK Shapiro "Fruits and vegetables in human nutrition"; materials of the Institute of Ecology of the International Engineering Academy of the State Committee for Chernobyl of Russia “Anti-radiation medicinal plants”; Yu.P. Laptev "Plants from A to Z". Private household №8-2000.