I love flowers very much and I know many species, but I haven’t known such yet.
Chemeritsa - a poisonous flower
The tea bush turns out to be blooming too and a very beautiful flower
I saw such a flower, but did not think that its name is CHINA
and this flower is familiar to everyone, called the black-headed
Yes, your question turned out to be very informative, because there are practically no colors for the letter "h" in our "everyday life" and "head". Well, if only a thistle. But the thistle blooms with bright colors from dark pink - lilac to purple, it turns out to be from the Astrov family. I had to, in order to answer your question, "surf" the Internet. It turns out there are flowers in the letter "h". Found such an interesting flower - rank. Of course, I saw him, but I never even knew that he was called that. The rank is calculated as in summer cottages, small flowers, usually it is lilac in color, the color is "fuchsia", and in meadows it is usually yellow.
The shape of the flower rank is similar to an orchid flower! Is not it?
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Chaga remedies are used for diseases of the joints, organs of the reproductive system and gastrointestinal tract, decreased immunity, metabolic disorders, hypertension, diabetes, arrhythmia, and tumors. They help to eliminate harmful substances from the body. Chaga tea is drunk for insomnia, depression, irritability. Mushroom pulp is used externally to treat eczema, psoriasis, frostbite, burns, and insect bites. Chaga decoction is used to rinse with periodontitis, periodontal disease, stomatitis.
Chaga is contraindicated in dysentery, colitis, pregnancy and lactation, allergies, individual intolerance, taking antibiotics (especially penicillins) and intravenous glucose infusions.
Other names: bear onions, shingles, wild or wild garlic, wild onions, black garlic
Wild garlic is used for scurvy, dysentery, rheumatism, atherosclerosis, helminthic invasions. It is used for rashes on the skin, lichen, purulent wounds, bedsores ulcers. Wild garlic is also used for female diseases: with colpitis, tampons are placed from the gruel of the plant, with erosion of the cervix, they make douching with a decoction. Alcohol tincture is used internally for coughing and constipation, externally it is used for rubbing with rheumatism. The juice of the plant is instilled into the ear canals with otitis media.
Wild garlic is contraindicated in pregnancy, lactation, diseases of the gall bladder, liver, inflammatory processes in the gastrointestinal tract, pancreatitis, epilepsy, individual intolerance and allergies.