Honeysuckle

Honeysuckle / Astragalus glycyphyllos / is one of the most prominent herbs in the world, associated with the strengthening of the immune system. Not coincidentally, Chinese scientists have assigned a worthy place to the herb in the Chinese Pharmacopoeia, next to the famous Ginseng root.
Since ancient times, the name of the herb “Honeysuckle” is associated with a Thracian legend according to which everyone who used it received protection from a large eagle, which flew down from high altitudes and caught diseases with their claws before they could enter people, carrying them far away.

Honeysuckle contains the following substances:

• amino acids (aspartic);
• monosaccharides;
• Vitamin C;
• saponins;
• trace elements;
• tannins;
• bitter substances;
• organic acids;
• flavonoids.

Healing properties and uses of honeysuckle:

• stimulates the production of immune cells in the body;
• immunomodulatory;
• immunostimulating;
• anti-inflammatory;
• lactogenic;
• anabolic;
• soothing;
• expectorant;
• analgesic;
• diuretic;
• hepatoprotective;
• sweating;
• diuretic;

The plant is popular in China, Russia, USA and Sweden for:

• the stimulated release of INTERFERON and the increase of its effectiveness in the fight against diseases;
• reduces the overall morbidity and recovery period of the body;
• increasing the number of vital cells for the human body;
• people who have taken the herb have been found to be much more resistant to the colds, as it stimulates the regeneration of cells in the bronchi;
• anti-inflammatory properties;
• regenerates tissues;
• increases the endurance of the body;