Benefit and harm

The benefits and harms of lemongrass

Mature fruits of schisandra have characteristic features, one of which is a tart taste, which can cause the characteristic burning sensation in the mouth. In the fruit of schisandra, there are also pectins, anthocyanins, flavonoids, catechins and a large number of organic acids. Vitamins contain vitamin C, vitamin a and vitamin E. the Major minerals – Nickel, copper, manganese, zinc.

Juice vine contains silver and titanium. The complex contained in the plant substances that causes the therapeutic effect of Chinese Magnolia vine. Chinese Schizandra has osseospeed action, and he is able to influence the growth of performance in different kinds of exhaustion. In traditional medicine lemongrass has about the five tastes: sweet, sour, bitter, pungent and astringent. They affect the human nervous system, stimulate and improve body tone. Medicinal properties of schisandra is unique. The fruits of this medicinal plant contain 7-8% Apple, 11-12% citric acid and 0.8-1% tartaric acids.

 

 

Their composition also includes about 0.15 % schisandrine (С22Н33О). The seeds contain about 35% fatty oil. This oil is vescovato liquid which contains a glyceride of oleic and linolenic acids. In the cortex, it contains 2-3% in the stems of 0.2-0.5 % in seeds-1.5 to 2%. The essential oil contained in the bark has the appearance of rolling, Golden yellow color clear liquid with lemon scent. It is composed of various keto - and sesquiterpene compounds. Lemongrass is used not only in medicine but also in cosmetology. Essential oil of lemongrass, as well as extracts of this plant are an excellent anti-aging care products for your skin which can give it a healthy appearance and freshness.

As can be seen, the application of the useful properties is extensive. But we should remember that using lemongrass need to be considered and the dosage. In case of overdose lemongrass, you can expect unpleasant consequences, including insomnia and angioedema. Lemongrass can not be taken with such pathologies and conditions: vegetative-vascular dystonia; pregnancy; epilepsy; allergies; excessive excitability; arterial hypertension; increased intracranial pressure; acute infectious disease; arachnoiditis; insomnia.