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The lesser celandine is a medicinal plant that has a lot of roots. The binomial name by which this plant is known is that of Ranunculus ficaria. This is a species with pigtails held by radical leaves very long. Flowers pilewort grow individually and have a pretty intense yellow.
We can find pilewort in all types of meadows, edges of streams and hedges. The period of prosperity for the celandine less concentrated in the winter months. The roots of celandine less is more is used for medicinal purposes. It is important to collect it in the spring and dried in the shade.
The chemical composition of celandine have good minor amounts of vitamin C (this species is therefore recommended to deal with cases of scurvy). The lesser celandine is also an excellent remedy antihaemorrhoidal and a very good hemostatic. It is important to note that lesser celandine can have slight irritant effects, so you always have to consume wisely.
Those wishing to make a tea based pilewort may take a 100gr of this plant per liter of water. After heat bring to a boil for about 5 minutes. This infusion is used hot steam. It is necessary to put the painful body part and let the steam pilewort this infusion of acting alone. From pilewort plant is also preparing an effective dyeing. If we make this tincture need some fresh plant pieces and mix with equal parts of alcohol. Allow the mixture to macerate for 10 days and filter the resulting dye. Take 40 drops per day (divided into three doses).