A tall tree or shrub, with a smooth, thin, white crust that peels on horizontal stripes. The young branches are right. The leaves are diamond or heart-shaped. Colors are same-sex. Male inflorescences are long. The fruit is a flattened nut, provided with two wings of wings. Blooms in spring.
It grows through forests, woodcuts and rocky places - in the area of coniferous and beech forests all over the country. It is also grown as a decorative plant in parks and gardens.
For medicinal purposes, leaves, leaf buds, and bark are used. The leaves are collected in June-September, when fully developed. Bumps and bark - in April and May, during the movement of the juices in the plant and before the bursting of the buds.
White birch - dried leaves, bark or fruits
It can be used in: inflammation of the kidneys and bladder, kidney stones, atherosclerosis, rheumatism, sciatica as a canal and dystonia.
Method of preparation: 2 tablespoons of bark or leaves of the herb are poured with 500g. Boil water and soak for 1 hour. Draw and drink 1 cup of wine before bedtime.
Leaves - 30 g
Bark - 30 g
Fruits and leaves - 20 g