The kidneys and leaves of the plant are used for vitamin deficiency, edema, inflammation of the bladder, atherosclerosis, chronic kidney disease, and also as a choleretic and expectorant. The leaves and buds contain a lot of phytocides, substances with antimicrobial properties. In young leaves of birch there is a lot of vitamin C in the kidneys. vegetable fats and other valuable substances. Activated carbon (carbene) is prepared from birch.
You can’t give a lot of birch branches, they fix, and birch leaves have a diuretic effect. One leaf per week is enough.
It blooms in May – June, the fruits ripen in August – September. Essential oil, choline and acetylcholine, caffeic, chlorogenic acid, quercetin and quercetrin, trimethylamine are found in the flowers of prickly hawthorn. A number of flavonoids were found in the fruits, triterpene derivatives – oleanic and ursolic acids, ascorbic acid, carotene, choline, acetylcholine, essential oil, fructose, dyes and tannins, amygdalin, sorbitol, tartaric, citric, krategova, chlorogenic and caffeic acids, hyper fatty oil, b-sitosterol. It reduces the excitability of the central nervous system, has a tonic effect on the heart muscle, enhances blood circulation in the coronary vessels of the heart and blood vessels of the brain, eliminates tachycardia and arrhythmia, relieves discomfort in the heart, improves sleep.
Given as a tasty treat, once a week is enough.
Lingonberry leaves contain various organic compounds, mainly glycosides, acids and tannins. Berries are rich in sugar (up to 9%), vitamins: carotene (provitamin A), ascorbic acid (vitamin C) (8-20 mg%), riboflavin, many other components, as well as micro and macro elements. Leaves are collected in spring, before the flowering of the plant, or in autumn, after fruiting. Dried raw materials under a canopy or in the attic. Leaves have a light diuretic, astringent and choleretic effect, lower blood sugar. Infusion and decoction of leaves are useful for liver ailments, cystitis, kidney stone disease, chronic inflammatory diseases of the urinary tract, gastroenteritis, flatulence, constipation, gout, rheumatism, osteochondrosis and arthritis of various origins. Berries are used as an anti-zingotic agent.
Used as a treat, give 1-2 berries per week.
The fruits of the plant contain a large amount of protein, carbohydrates, carotene, ascorbic acid, pyridoxine, fat, salts of phosphorus, potassium, manganese. A decoction of grass (tops) and fruits is used as a diuretic.
Give chinchillas very carefully, because May cause loose stools.
Acorns of oaks growing in Russia go only to make acorn coffee. Catechin tannins, free gallic and ellagic acids, gallotannins, quercetin, phlobafen, tar and pectin substances, sugars, proteins, mucus, starch and minerals were found in the oak bark. The bark is harvested during sap flow, in the spring. Infusions and decoctions of oak bark are used as an astringent, anti-inflammatory and antiseptic agent in the treatment of inflammation of the oral mucosa, pharynx and larynx, gingivitis, stomatitis, periodontal disease, fluxes. Prescribe drugs from oak bark for gastritis, stomach bleeding, diarrhea, enteritis, diseases of the liver and spleen, rickets, diseases of the lymph nodes. In chinchillas, it is mainly used to treat diarrhea, but in a limited amount and in dry form.
Used as a medicine for diarrhea. In normal condition, chinchillas should not be given oak bark. With severe diarrhea, 1 teaspoon of oak bark is added to the hay. The main thing is not to overdo it so that there is no backlash. constipation.
Used for arthrosis, arthritis, joint diseases, gallstone and urolithiasis, they are used for anemia of various origins, for atherosclerosis, kidney disease, bladder, stones and sand in the kidneys, for scurvy and other vitamin deficiencies, for uterine bleeding, spleen disease, gastritis, bronchial asthma, nervous attacks and insomnia, as a metabolic regulating agent. Chinchillas can be both the berries themselves and the leaves. Harvested in early spring or late autumn.
Snack is better than mountain ash! Sweet, juicy, delicious! What else to dream about! 1-2 berries a week is enough.
It has a wide range of therapeutic properties: analgesic, sedative (sedative), anti-inflammatory, antipyretic, diaphoretic, antimalarial, antiseptic, hemostatic, astringent, wound healing. With the help of broths of willow bark, parasitic worms (helminths) are expelled. For headaches, neuralgia, neurosis, rheumatism, gout, colds, indigestion, inflammatory diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, jaundice (hepatitis), diseases of the kidneys and spleen, especially when these organs cannot cope with the elimination of toxic substances from the body Chinchillas can be harvested both twigs and leaves.
I have not yet understood how I feel about linden. But my animals are happy to gnaw on the snags that are standing in their window.
Collected only during flowering plants. Leaves of Ivan tea contain carbohydrates, mucus, organic acids, flavonoids, alkaloids, tannins, vitamin C (up to 340 mg%), carotene (provitamin A), micro and macro elements. It helps with headaches, calms and has astringent properties, so they use it for nervous and gastrointestinal disorders.
As an additive to hay. But not a substitute! A pair of leaves in 1-2 days is enough.
Calendula flower baskets are collected without peduncles, during a period of almost full opening of flowers. Flowers contain about 3% carotenoids, flavonoids, saponins, essential oils, tarry, bitter and tannins, organic acids, enzymes, vitamin C, alkaloids and other compounds. They have a bactericidal, anti-inflammatory, wound-healing, cardiotonic and soothing effect, lower blood pressure, intensify metabolic processes in the liver, and improve its secretory function. Calendula is effective for cardiovascular diseases, accompanied by tachycardia, shortness of breath and edema.
An exclusively medicinal plant! Many people do not use calendula in relation to chinchillas. I use it exclusively as an anti-inflammatory and in very limited quantities during gastrointestinal disorders.
Blossoms in May-June, bears fruit in August – September. Viburnum bark contains viburnin glycoside, resins, tannins of the pyrocatechol group, resin-like esters, which include phytosterol and organic acids (ascorbic, valerianic, isovalerianic, formic), phyllochiconone, carotene, triterpene saponins, calcium, vanadium. Inverted sugar, flavonoids, carotene, ascorbic and other organic acids (including valerianic and its esters), tannins were found in the fruits. The fruits of viburnum have an antispasmodic effect, lower blood pressure and increase diuresis. Recommended for peptic ulcer, hypertension, as well as a tonic.
I personally know the practice of feeding chinchillas only in the use of berries as a tasty treat, but it should be noted that this is more a medicinal plant, and you can not give it often. So for prevention 1 time in 2 weeks, I think it will be enough.
Inflorescences contain glycosides, tannins, essential and fatty oils, vitamins C, E, B1 B2, carotene (provitamin A), organic acids. Diuretic and diaphoretic. The flowers are useful for coughing, colds, fever, reduce swelling in heart, kidney disease, rheumatism and gout.
Clover, too, can not be given. Once a week is enough.
It blooms in June, bears fruit in August and September. Harvested with the onset of the first frost until snow falls. The fruits of the plant contain organic acids (citric, quinic, benzoic, oleic), pectin and coloring matter, ascorbic acid, carotene, sugars, saponins, amino acids, rutin, quercetin, hesperidin, glycoside vaccine, trace elements (iodine, iron, copper, manganese) Cranberries are used as an antipyretic for various colds, as well as hypo- and vitamin deficiencies. In addition, it stimulates the secretion of the glands of the gastrointestinal tract, therefore it is indicated for chronic gastritis with secretory insufficiency. In folk medicine, fruit juice is recommended for fever, colds, sore throat, scurvy, high blood pressure, malaria, stomach and kidney diseases.
Chinchillas are given berries, but they are sour, and not every pug eat them. It is added to food as a tasty treat.
Leaves are collected during the flowering of the plant, separating them from the stems, and briefly dried in the shade. Nettle leaves contain tannins, carotenoids, vitamins C, Br, Wb, organic acids, micro and macro elements. In fresh leaves, in addition, there is vitamin K, which is destroyed when dried. Rhizomes contain tannins, the alkaloid nicotine and vitamin C. Nettle has a hemostatic, diuretic and restorative effect. Nettle leaves actively contribute to blood formation, increase the number of red blood cells (red blood cells) and normalize blood composition. They reduce the amount of sugar in the blood (useful for diabetes), restore damaged intestinal mucous membranes.
Pregnant Mommies At "haircut" wool should include a little more nettles in the diet, because It helps the speedy growth of wool.
Inflorescences are harvested together with covering leaves. Linden flowers contain essential oil, glycosides, saponins, coumarin, tannins, carotene (provitamin A), mucus, ascorbic acid (vitamin C), micro and macro elements. Increases diuresis (urination), is diaphoretic, improves the secretion of gastric juice, increases the secretion of digestive glands and facilitates the outflow of bile. It also acts anti-inflammatory and soothing. It is used for colds, febrile conditions, as well as for flu and bronchitis.
Leaves are harvested after flowering. Contain ascorbic acid. They act diuretic, choleretic, diaphoretic, have disinfectant properties. They improve the secretion of insulin, increase the glycogen content in the liver, positively affect the metabolism in the body. Decoctions of the plant help with gastritis, peptic ulcer of the stomach and duodenum, chronic constipation, edema.
Additive to the hay! But not his replacement! A couple of times a week is enough.
Raspberry leaves and flowers are harvested in May and June. Fresh raspberry fruits contain up to 5.7 (according to other sources – up to 9.5)%, sugars (glucose, sucrose, fructose), organic acids (malic, tartaric, citric, salicylic, formic), pectin, vitamins B, C , nicotinic and folic acids, flavonoids, tannins, micro and macro elements. Leaves and flowers contain tannins, flavonoids, sugars, organic acids and various mineral salts. Raspberry leaves have astringent, anti-inflammatory, anti-toxic, hemostatic and "blood purifying" properties.
Also very tasty yummy! A couple of times a week is enough. But sometimes I want it more often. ))) Leaves can be used as an additive to hay.
The berries are harvested in the fall, spreading some fabric under the bush and shaking off the ripened fruits on it. Fruits contain essential oil of complex composition, organic acids, sugars (up to 40%), vitamin C (up to 250 mg%), tannins, potassium salts. It improves urination and disinfect the urinary tract, increase the secretion of gastric juice and bile, stimulate intestinal motility, act as an expectorant. Used to combat various inflammations and as a painkiller, for edema caused by renal failure and circulatory disorders, cystitis, urolithiasis, as well as cholelithiasis. Juniper can not be used for acute inflammatory diseases of the kidneys and pregnancy.
An exclusively medicinal plant. There is no need to apply without need.
The composition of the fruits of sea buckthorn includes various biologically active substances, sugars (up to 7%), organic acids, vitamins A, B, B2, B6, C, E, flavonoids, micro and macrocells. Seeds (drupes) contain up to 12% fatty oil. The bark and leaves of sea buckthorn also have a medicinal effect. Fruits are harvested upon reaching full maturity, breaking off with special tweezers, or after frosts they are shaken off on a canvas spread out under a bush. Used for peptic ulcer of the stomach and duodenum. Sea buckthorn has a bactericidal, anti-inflammatory and wound healing effect, also has analgesic properties. It is used to treat bruises, various skin lesions, including frostbite, pressure sores and trophic ulcers, it also helps with skin tuberculosis, eczema and lichen, and cures diseases of the nasopharynx: sinusitis, chronic tonsillitis, rhinitis.
It has a tonic property. In a limited amount should be given to shushikami.
Collect grass (leaves and flowers) of dandelion during flowering and roots (in autumn). Increases appetite and improves digestion. The bitter substances contained in dandelion irritate the taste buds and increase the secretion of gastric juice. Useful for gallstone disease, gastritis with low acidity and chronic constipation. Nursing mothers get milk if they eat young leaves of the plant.
Season of the Dandelions! Hooray! We eat everything: flowers, pouring, roots. But the leaves have more useful elements than all the other components. Giving like a treat.
The plant contains essential oil, ascorbic, benzoic, malic acid, bitter glycosides salicin and populin, glycase enzyme, tannins and tarry substances, corticin fat. Aspen is prescribed for diseases of the bladder, cystitis, urinary incontinence, disorders of the gastrointestinal tract, rheumatism.
Since aspen is a family of willow trees, one can harvest one thing: either aspen or willow. Chinchillas give leaves and twigs. Leaves are not a substitute for hay, but just a supplement!
Leaves are harvested during flowering. Leaves contain glycosides, flavonoids, tannins and pectin, mucus, organic acids, vitamins A, C, K; saponins and carbohydrates, mucus and fatty oil were found in the seeds. The plant is also used as a sleeping pill, as well as a sedative (sedative) remedy, it helps with allergic diseases. A decoction of the leaves is used for coughing and other diseases of the respiratory system, gastrointestinal ailments. Ground seeds soaked in hot water are used to treat nipple cracks in nursing mothers. A decoction of leaves is used for diarrhea, inflammation of the bladder, cancer of the stomach and lungs.
Used as a tasty treat, once a week is enough. They gnaw at everything: leaves, arrows with seeds.
Flower baskets are collected during the entire flowering period of the plant. The flowers of the plant contain an essential oil, the main part of which is the biologically active substance chamazulen, vitamin C, organic acids, polysaccharides and mineral salts. It improves appetite, increases bile secretion, relieves spasms of intestinal muscles, helps with flatulence, and has analgesic, bactericidal and anti-inflammatory effects. Chamomile is most effective for diseases of the gastrointestinal tract, urinary organs, liver, gallstone disease, and decoctions of the plant for diarrhea and bloating are recommended.
Medicinal plant. You can give a decoction of chamomile in the head during diarrhea and with an upset stomach. With dry form, there is no need to apply without need.
After the first frost, the bitterness of the fruit gives way to sweetness. It contains carotene (provitamin A), vitamins C (up to 100 mg%), Br (0.05-0.07 mg%), E (up to 5 mg%), organic acids (malic, tartaric, succinic), sugar ( up to 8%), alcohols, pectin and tannins, micro and macro elements. The leaves of the plant contain vitamin C, carotenoids and other organic compounds, and the flowers are glycosides. Used primarily as a multivitamin remedy for vitamin deficiency. Fruits are used as astringent, laxative, choleretic, diuretic and hemostatic, they are useful for heart ailments and obesity. Infusion, broth and juice of fresh fruits are used for jaundice (hepatitis), hepatocholecystitis, dysentery, hemorrhoids, uterine bleeding.
Fresh fruits are used for hypertension, atherosclerosis, and kidney stone disease.
And one more yummy! Give 1-2 times a week.
The fruits found a lot of vitamin P, ascorbic acid, sugar (up to 9.5%), as well as organic acids, carotene. A lot of iodine; flavonoids, antacians are found. Chokeberry is a concentrate of vitamin P. Recommended for hypertension and thyrotoxicosis.
Chinchillas are given berries as goodies. 1-2 times a week.
Berries contain sugars, organic acids, vitamin C (up to 25 mg%), B vitamins, as well as PP (nicotinic acid), provitamin A (carotene), pectin and mineral salts. It is recommended as an appetizing, anti-febrile, antipyretic, diuretic and anti-zingotic agent. Berries are useful in diseases of the liver, catarrh of the upper respiratory tract and bleeding, anemia and as a tonic.
And again, yummy! Give 1-2 times a week.
The leaves contain arbutin glycoside, free hydroquinone, gallic, ellagic, ursolic and other organic acids, tanning agents of the pyrogallic group, flavonoids (quercentrin, quercetin and myricitrin), ascorbic acid, coloring materials, resins, trace elements. It has antiseptic and diuretic effects.
Exceptionally medicinal herb. There is no need to consume without special need.
Sunflower tuberous, or earthen pear. Jerusalem artichoke tubers contain up to 3% protein, mineral salts, soluble inulin polysaccharide (16-18% and more), fructose, trace elements, 2-4% nitrogenous substances. Quite rich in vitamin B1 (aneurine), contain vitamins C, carotene. Very useful in the treatment of gout, urolithiasis, gastrointestinal disorders, anemia. Also recommended for normalizing blood sugar and improving vision.
Chinchillas are given both fresh and dried flowers. Leaves are also used for chinchillas. With regard to roots, the practice of application has not been studied.
It has a general strengthening, antispasmodic, hemostatic and analgesic effect. Helps with gastrointestinal diseases, peptic ulcer, improve metabolism. Normalizes and increases blood coagulation. A decoction of yarrow grass increases the separation of milk in nursing mothers.
Yarrow is contraindicated for future mothers.
The roots contain protein substances, alkaloids, inulin polysaccharide, intibine glycoside, sucrose, pentosans, B vitamins, bitterness, pectin, resins. Flowers — chicoryin glycoside, leaves — inulin, milky sap — bitterness. The plant is used as a gastric, choleretic, laxative and is used to treat diseases of the liver, spleen, kidneys, skin diseases.
More likely a medicinal plant than everyday "hay". In my preparations I do not practice the use of chicory.
Blueberry leaves have a cardiotonic, diuretic, choleretic, astringent, anti-inflammatory and antiseptic effect. Blueberry leaves are used: for diabetes mellitus, for gastrointestinal diseases, for improving the pancreas, they are used for scurvy and hypovitaminosis.
And again, yummy! Give 1-2 times a week.
Fruits contain up to 17% vitamin C, carotene (provitamin A), vitamins Bb, Br, PP, K, pantothenic acid, flavonoids, sugars, pectin substances, organic acids, micro and macro elements. Harvest fruits in September. Fruits have anti-zingotic, anti-sclerotic and anti-inflammatory effects, positively affect the metabolism in the body, enhance hormone synthesis and tissue regeneration, increase the body’s resistance to adverse factors, increase bile secretion and urination. Rose hips are used to prevent hypo- and vitamin deficiencies; in acute and chronic infections, diseases of the liver, intestines, peptic ulcer, diathesis, bleeding, hemophilia, thyroid disease. The fruits give a good effect in the treatment of respiratory diseases. Rose hips are used: as a means of improving digestion,
as a high-vitamin remedy, from exhaustion and increases the body’s resistance to infectious diseases, with atherosclerosis, with stones in the liver, kidney stone disease, with stomach and duodenal ulcers, with gastritis, colitis, acute and chronic diseases of the liver, intestines, and hematopoiesis , hyperthyroidism, anemia, malaria, female diseases, with sluggishly healing wounds, contribute to the acceleration of bone fusion during fracture, are used for uterine bleeding, decreased gastric secretion, affect the function w bone marrow and the overall metabolism of the organism.
Yummy. Give 1-2 times a week.
Harvested tree leaves in early June, after their full deployment. Apple fruits contain carbohydrates, phytoglycogen, pectin (up to 1.66%), organic acids (up to 1.9%), carotenoids, ascorbic acid (vitamin C) (up to 64.2 mg%), B vitamins, vitamin PP , tannins, catechins (20-25%), flavonoids, anthocyanins (coloring matter), essential oil, organic compounds of iron and phosphorus. The leaves are rich in flavonoids, vitamins, in particular ascorbic acid, which is much more in them than in fruits (up to 400 mg%). Fresh they are recommended for hypoacid gastritis, spastic colitis, biliary dyskinesia and vitamin deficiencies. Freshly grated apples are used to treat cracks in the nipples of nursing mothers.
And also a yummy one. The bullseye can be given both in raw form (but carefully so that there is no softening of the stool), and in dried. With constipation, you can serve an apple for a better digestion process.
And in the finished article I want to say that raw it is not recommended to give berries, herbs and twigs to chinchlamas, as this can cause relaxation of the stool. This is the most maximum list of herbs, flowers and berries that can be given to shushiki. Better not to experiment. You can not give plums, cherries, cherries, acacia, chestnut, nuts. Although someone still gives nuts, but I do not give, as this is a big load on the liver.
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