Primrose is an endangered plant species. People collect it because of its beautiful flowers. There are numerous horticultural forms which are used for decorative purposes. It is rich in enzymes, mineral salts and amino acids. Primrose is used in the treatment of migraine, hens, rheumatism… Can be found in nature from March to May and her honey-yellow color in the mountain meadows symbolizes the victory over the winter.
Use syrup made from the primrose roots because it is the most effective. Using primrose is recommended in the treatment of asthma, because it improves mobility of the airways.
In chronic bronchitis, which makes expectoration more difficult, evening primrose is the best drug.
Syrup obtained from the roots is the most effective against cough.
The ingredients of primrose first irritate the gastric mucous membranes, where irritation through the gastro-bronchial reflexes acts on the bronchial mucosa. Hypersecretion occurs, which makes expectoration much easier. In addition, it increases the activity of the epithelium and mucous membranes in the throat.
Because of the mechanism of action, preparations of primrose are recommended in the treatment of asthma, they improve mobility of the airways.
Besides the syrup, for patients with asthma and chronic bronchitis is recommended to drink tea from rosehip and nettle, which should be consumed on a daily basis instead of water! How it is made: take three tablespoons of crushed rose hips and a small handful of nettle leaves, put them in a liter of boiling water, cover and cook over low heat for five minutes.