Branches of edible honeysuckle: the benefits of honeysuckle branches

Decoction of branches of edible honeysuckle is most often used in folk medicine as a strong diuretic. In addition, honeysuckle branches for internal use are recommended for dropsy, dysentery and poor appetite, and for external use - for joint rheumatism. 

Branches of edible honeysuckle: the benefits of honeysuckle branches



Young branches of honeysuckle are harvested during the flowering of the plant. They are cut off, and sometimes broken off from different parts of the bush, so as not to harm it. After that, they are tied up in the form of small brooms and hung to dry in the attic. 

Dried brooms from honeysuckle branches can be stored all winter. If necessary, take the right amount of raw material from the brooms and carefully grind it.