List 2 Baths

List 2 (Baths)

1. Hazel - Corylus avellana 2.Greater burdock (Edible burdock, or Lappa Burdock) - Arcticum lappa 3.Chicory - Cichorium intybus  4.Field horse tail or common horsetail Equisetum arvense 5.Yarrow (milfoil) - Achilea millefolium 6.European cornel or Cornelian cherry – Cornus mas 7.European wild apple - Malus silvestris 8.Birch – Betula sp. 9. Chamomille - Matricaria Chamomilla 10.Nut tree (walnut) – Juglans regia            11. Hawthorn (may bush, whitehorn, May, may thorn, quickthorn, whitethorn, motherdie, haw) - Crategus monogyna 12. Parsley - Petroselium arvense 13.Black thorn or sloe – Prunus spinosa 14.Black locust – Robinia pseudoacacia 15.Oak - Quercus sp.16.Dock (patience) – Rumex patienta 17. Comfrey – Symphytum officinale L. 18.Trifoil (clover) - Trifolium arvense 19.Common Knotgrass (birdweed, pigweed or lowgrass) – Polygonum aviculare 20.Stinging nettle or common nettle (Urtica dioica)

In winter you can use, as an alternative solution, instead of the 20 plants above, the chaff of the wild hay (mountain or woody hay). Put 3 spoons (one handful) of each plant or 5-6 handful of wild hay chaff in a fabric bag of white cotton sheet, tie the bag and boil it for 1 minute in 5-7-10-20 litters of water (hay chaff must be only scalded, infused but not boiled).

Have two baths of 20-25 minutes in the warm tea, daily.

Use a wash basin or an appropriate dish, as it follows:

1. At the palms of the hands and at the thenars of the feet.

2. From half of the forearm and half of the calf, downward

3. From elbows and knees, downward

4. From belly belt downward

5. Complete bath (especially for children)

The tea and the bag can be used for 5-6 days, but you must boil it daily, for one minute (for preservation) or just warm it at the room temperature. The plants remained from the drinking tea can be added in the bath bag. Continuing the baths, you must change the plants from the bag, after 6-7 days of treatment.