Synonyms: Berberis Thunbergii DC.
English Name: Barberry
Other Names in English: –
Temperament: Cold and dry
It contains vitamin C.
1- Pour it in water, leave it for a few hours, then strain and squeeze barberries and drink it. It reduces yellow bile in the blood and excretes yellow bile through the liver and treat vomiting.
2- Brew it and squeeze barberries with pressure and drink it. It purifies the blood, eliminates bad breath, is astringent, stops the flow of blood from hemorrhoids and prevents chronic bleeding.
3- Brew it with Wormwood, strain and drink it, it is useful for treating increased urination.
4- Brew it with Valerian and Cinnamon and strain it, sweeten it with honey and drink it. It is also very useful for strengthening the liver, improving polydipsia and coldness of the viscera, and improving diarrhea that is due to the weakness of the liver and viscera, and the treatment of chronic fevers.
5- Eat barberry jam or syrup. It increases appetite, strengthens the liver, cools and quenches thirst and stomach upset.
6- Mix it with tamarind and brew and strain it by pressure, drink it and keep it in your mouth. Removes Aphthous.
Note: It’s not good for people who cough.
Barberry (Berberis vulgaris) sweeps through and takes hold in overthinned forests. With entwining barbed branches that spread along the forest floor, its establishment seems insurmountable.
Organic acids, Malic acid, Tartaric acid, Valerenic acid, Caproic acid, Sugar, Resin, Berbamine, Columbamine, Curcumin, Sabinene, Turmerol, Tetrahedron, Borneo camphor, Quinine, OxyContin, Jatrorrhizine, Oxyberberine.
Everyone should know their temperament and choose foods which are more appropriate for them. Regular consumption of foods which have the same temperament with a person will cause physical and psychological complications. If you are going to use medicinal herbs continuously and for a long time, be sure to consult your doctor. ACPFOOD does not accept responsibility for the side effects of consuming these products.
The information and reference guides in ACPFOOD website are intended solely for the general information for the reader. The contents of this web site are not intended to offer personal medical advice, diagnose health problems or for treatment purposes. It is not a substitute for medical care provided by a licensed and qualified health professional. Read more