Peony belongs to the class of perennial plants and can be herbaceous, semi-shrubby or shrubby. This plant can have several stems; the height of which rarely exceeds the mark of 1 m. Peony has a large rhizome with powerful thickened roots of a pineal form.
The leaves of the peony are arranged in the next order (they can be pinnate or triple). The color of the peony leaves varies from dark green to dark violet (there are rare specimens with a gray color). In autumn the leaves turn yellow, brown and even reddish.
Peony (scientific name: Paeonia Lactiflora), path from the meadow, also known as Paeoniaceae Peony is a famous herbal flower
Red Peony Extract is derived from buttercup plant peony Paeonialactiflorapal Root. Red peony root extract is derived from buttercup plant peony Paeonialactiflorapall or tribe of the Paeonia Paeoniaveitchiilynch.
Function of Red Peony Extract
- Paeoniflorin on isolated intestine, gastric motion and control showed inhibition of uterine smooth muscle.
- It can antagonize the contraction caused by oxytocin.
- Paeoniflorin has a significant analgesic effect.
- Peony extract can antagonize strychnine cramps.
- Pfingstrose root boiling out of some pathogenic bacteria and fungi are inhibited.
- Paeoniflorin to normal body temperature can cool the temperature effect and platelet aggregation can inhibit.
The medicinal composition of the leaves includes:
- Fixed oils;
- Salicylic and benzoic acids;
- Ascorbic acid;
- Mineral substances and elements: bismuth, iron, magnesium, strontium, calcium, manganese, copper, chromium.
Impact on the psyche and the nervous system
It is widely used as a sedative for disturbing the functions of the human nervous system. Tincture of Red Peony Extract is used in the following cases: hysterical attacks, severe excitability, poor sleep, insomnia, vegeto-vascular pathology, neurasthenia, post-stress situations.
Effect on the gastrointestinal tract
- It is an effective remedy for digestive system disorders;
- A fundamental component in diarrhoea;
- It is able to stimulate the production of gastric juice;
- Helps with intestinal colic;
- Harmful to harmful microorganisms and bacteria;
- Removes intoxication of the body during poisoning and alcohol intoxication;
- It is irreplaceable in the treatment of gastritis and stomach ulcers.
Action on the circulatory system
Red Peony Extract has a beneficial effect in uterine, gastric, pulmonary and intestinal bleeding. Also used in the treatment of varicose veins. Treatment is carried out by rubbing oil into the problem areas from the petals.
With cold and viral diseases, folk medicine recommends that you drink a cup of hot tea every day from dry peonies. Tea cleans the body of toxins and toxins, which allows the body to overcome the disease more quickly. With pharyngitis, laryngitis and angina, the procedure for rinsing the throat will help.
If you want to use only natural cosmetic products made from natural substances, you can refer to the masks. The mask restores the elasticity and elasticity of the skin, nourishes, moisturizes and tones. To prepare chopped leaves mixed with sour cream. Peony essential oil makes the skin smoother and velvety, and also smoothes wrinkles.
Peony oil perfectly eliminates dandruff, gives hair shine, rapid growth and chic volume.
Interaction with other medicines
Preparations of the deviant peony contribute to a weakening of the effect of the means that tone up the central nervous system; increase the effect of hypnotics, sedatives and antispasmodics.
For prolonged use in large doses, it is possible to reduce psychomotor reactions, which should be taken into account when driving vehicles, working with mechanisms, etc. Patients with diabetes should take into account that one tablet of the drug contains about 0.275 g of carbohydrates (0.023 XE).
It has a pronounced sedative effect. At preclinical experimental study, anxiolytic, anticonvulsant, membrane stabilizing, antioxidant, stress protective and antihypoxic properties were revealed.
Indications for use
Sleep disorder, increased nervous excitability, and neurocirculatory dystonia.
Hypersensitivity to the drug components, pregnancy, lactation period, children’s age (up to 12 years), intolerance to galactose, deficiency of lactase or glucose-galactose malabsorption.