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LATIN NAME: Arisaema Amurense.
BOTANICAL INFORMATION: Arisaema Amurense is a perennial herbaceous plant, species of the genus Arizema (Arisaema). The plant has 1-3 leaves. Petioles are long, forming a false stem. Leaf blades are trifid or five-fingered. The leaves are sometimes covered with whitish mottlings. Pedicel is shorter than petioles. The spadix is dioecious. Fruit is red, narrow-conical berry. The origin of the plant is Far East - Russia, China, Korea. It grows in deciduous and mixed forests, among trees, along river banks.
CHEMICAL CIMPOSITION: The underground part of the plant includes starch, saponins, alkaloids. The upper part contains organic acids, steroids, saponins, alkaloids, phenolic compounds. There is vitamin C in fruits.
CONTRAINDICATIONS: The plant is poisonous, it should be used with caution! It is forbidden for pregnant and lactating women, children and debilitated people.
ARISAEMA TINCTURE RECIPE
Add 10 gr of dried grinded Arisaema root to 500 ml of 50% alcohol. Infuse in the dark, cool, dry place for 2 weeks. When ready, then strain. Take 10 drops before meals 3 times a day. The dose can be increased gradually to 20 drops.
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