Wild garlic (cheremsha, wild garlic) grows to a height of 20-30 cm. The plant is confused with lilies of the valley, because of the oblong, wide, bright green leaves. A distinctive feature is that the stem and leaves emit a rich garlic aroma due to a number of essential oils and allicin glycoside in the composition.
The plant contains twice as much zinc as green onions, so it is especially valuable for the treatment and prevention of male urogenital problems. In one plant, ascorbic acid is more than half of vitamin C from the entire composition, slightly less than vitamin A.
Wild garlic has been considered a good blood purifier since ancient times (it was used to prevent cholera and plague). Strengthens the nervous system and disinfects the oral cavity.
The plant stimulates the work of the digestive system, increases appetite well, promotes cleansing from toxins and impurities, increases the secretion of gastric juice.
Cheremsha normalizes metabolic processes in the body. Stimulates the work of the cardiovascular system, strengthens blood vessels and even helps to reduce pressure. It also prevents the accumulation of “bad” cholesterol in the blood.
Wild garlic is very useful for scurvy and vitamin deficiency, hypovitaminosis, and weakness. Helps strengthen the immune system, helps protect against colds and infections, has a strong bactericidal effect.
The use of wild garlic has a positive effect on the bronchi and lungs, helps to remove sputum, relieves cough. Can be used externally to treat skin diseases, especially warts and ringworm (crushed leaves and juice). Cheremsha juice is dripped into the ears with purulent inflammation of the ears.