The bark of some trees, in particular the family of willow willow and poplar, has useful properties to reduce temperature, pain and inflammation. This happens because the bark of these trees contains natural salicin, a potent painkiller, which is included in the well-known and well-known medicine acetylsalicylic acid or aspirin..
Poplar bark as a painkiller and anti-inflammatory agent, aspirin replacement in the campaign.
Salicin from poplar bark begins to act slower than its synthetic counterpart, aspirin, but its action is longer, more effective and causes fewer adverse reactions of the human body. Salicin is contained in the inner bark of the tree. It lies between the outer rough bark and the hardest wood itself. The inner crust is quite easily removed in spring and summer. It is very difficult to remove in the winter. Then its layers must be scraped with a knife.
The taste of the inner bark, in our case of poplar, is bitter and somewhat remotely resembles the taste of aspirin. The easiest way to take it inside is to chew a handful of removed inner bark and drink it with water. If you don’t feel like chewing bitterness, you can brew a tablespoon of bark in 200-250 grams of water, let it brew for 10-15 minutes and drink.
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