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Hay Greek - Pag. 4


Hay Greek: natural ingredient of WonderOver

History and curiosities (continued ...)
  • It is used as a medicinal food-, beverage, perfume and flavor for the butter in certain regions is used as a beauty cream along with other plants. It is also used for flavoring tobacco and extracts of coffee or vanilla
  • The hay greek is an herb with a long history. It was rarely used in Britain during the heyday of herbal medicine due to the difficulties of obtaining this spice. After becoming easily available and searchable, has often been neglec-
    ted because the herbal tradition rarely mentioned it
  • It is widely used by the Indian medical tradition, Ayurveda. Its limited use in Britain showed, however, its value as a vulnerary, to heal and reduce inflammation in cases of wounds, burns, sores, fistulas and tumors. Its bitter taste explains its role in calming the difficult digestion. It is a strong stimulation of milk production in nursing mothers, for which it is totally safe, and has a reputation as a stimulator of breast development
  • Annual herbaceous plant native to western Asia was introduced in Europe in the ninth century and has beco-
    me spontaneous sub in Mediterranean regions. Straight trunk and cable compound leaves 3-toothed leaves, yellowish flowers of triangular shape (Trigonos in greek, hence the botanical name), or rhomboid prism produces seeds that are harvested at full ripeness (tan colored) mowing the plant and drying it, then separating them for beating and subsequent sieving
  • Even the Egyptians knew the seeds hay greek for their galattogene and anthelmintic properties (Erbers Papyrus, 1550 B.C.)
  • From the Arabs was also used as an aphrodisiac well as in diabetes care
  • The outstanding properties of stimulant metabolism and antianemic are due to the presence of organic phospho-
    rus, lecithin, minerals (iron, calcium and manganese in particular), B vitamins and protein of high biological value (containing all essential amino acids), which act in synergy by stimulating different routes of intermediary metabolism thus revitalizing the whole organism
  • Also notable is the osteogenic activity for the simultane-
    ous intake of vitamin D, calcium and phosphorus. The high fiber content (for inhibition of amylase and for incorporation in the mucilage of starch produced by the fibers themselves), simultaneously in the presence of trigonelline, nicotinic acid and traces of coumarins are responsible for the hypoglycemic action.
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