The samanunda is a showy shrub belonging to the family of timeleáceas, thick, woody vine that produces many offspring throughout the year, soft and leaves countless villages, they are shaped iron spear-neck finish, and are completely hairless. The flowers are found in the leaves at the top of the branches.
This shrub grows in thickets, on sunny slopes, lowland and mountains below a thousand feet high.
Flowers during the last days of April and well into July depending on the altitude at which it is. Harvesting for medicinal purposes of this plant must take place before the flowering season, once torn from the land must be made to dry in the shade or in a drier with temperatures above 40 grados CelsiusC after which should be stored in airtight jars, preserving well away from light and moisture.
It is a plant that is still at an early stage of study and whose composition is still unknown but are presumed to contain substances similar to those of other plants of the same family. However, its laxative effects are well known and although slightly small doses acts as a laxative in larger doses it becomes a dramatic evacuante and an example of the hundreds of plants used to heal the body by removing matter. In fact, from the Latin sanamunda healed, and Mundare, which means clean, ie it is a healthy plant cleaning. We thought that the elimination by the body of solids and liquids contributing to the cure of all ills and has always been used all kinds of purgatives, emetics, diuretics, choleretic and Bile means, some of them with undoubted benefits , but many with dangerous side effects.
Finally, we stress once more in the special care that we show to the remedies provided to us by Mother Nature and the need to inquire with the staff physician before using a laxative.
Powders. Plant is reduced to the state of powder, and then prepares a decoction which is taken small amounts until you start to take effect.
Please adhere to the dose prescribed by your doctor.
HABITAT: Sunny slopes
PART USED: Whole plant
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