Tansy is one of the brightest and most aromatic medicinal plants. Due to the high content of essential oils, tansy is a powerful repellent that saves insects from insects with a bright aroma of the house. This herb was used as an ornamental, medicinal and miraculous remedy that protects against diseases and witchcraft. The bactericidal properties of tansy are so significant that it was used in the ancient world for embalming and preserving food.
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- contributes to the normalization of the functioning of the digestive system
- has mild hepatoprotective and bactericidal properties
- is the strongest repellent
- relieves fever and temperature
- wound healing
Recommendations for use:
It is recommended to use it as a dietary supplement to the diet for tired legs, excessive sweating, worms, as a mild pain reliever for painful menstruation in women, with thrush, as a decoction and infusion for applying compresses, for eczema and lichen – as an adjuvant.
Mode of application:
Pour 1 teaspoon of raw materials with 1 glass of hot water, let it brew for 10 minutes, adults drink 1/4 cup 3 times a day 30 minutes before meals.
Individual sensitivity to the components of the drug, pregnancy, lactation, children under 14 years old.
It is recommended to consult a doctor before use.
Storage conditions and periods:
Store in the manufacturer’s packaging, in a dry, dark room at a temperature not exceeding 25 ° C, for 24 months from the date of manufacture.
This product is not a medical product.
Tansy (lat. Tanac’etum ) – genus perennial herbs and shrubs family Asteraceae or Compositae ( Asteraceae ), grown mainly in the temperate zones of the northern hemisphere. The genus includes over 70 (according to other sources, from 50 to 120) species, about 30 of them grow on the territory of Russia.
The origin of the scientific name of the genus Tanacetum has two versions, at first glance similar, but in part even opposite.
According to the first version, the name of the genus comes from the Greek words “tanaos” – long, long, and “aceomai” – to live, to exist. Combined into a whole word, this most likely denotes the well-known property of this plant to remain in a fresh, juicy state for a long time. In a sense, the name “Tanacetum” can be considered almost a complete synonym for the Latin name Sempervivum (“forever alive”, or rejuvenated), referring to a completely different plant.
According to another version, the name of the genus Tanacetum is a modified long pronunciation of the word “Athanasia” (Athanasia) – from the Greek “a” – not, and “than’aos” – death (can be compared with the name of the god of death Thanatos, the goddess of the underworld Tanais, the ancient the name of the Greek colony and the entire area near Taganrog, the former city of Tanais, thirty kilometers from Rostov-on-Don, as well as the Tanais River – the present Don). From the same word “Athanasia” the well-known male name naturally originated. In general, the name according to the second version can be translated as “immortelle”, however, tanacetum should not be confused with this plant of the Astrov family.
The common Slavic word ” tansy “, denoting both the entire genus as a whole, and many of its individual representatives, can be considered derived from the Polish ” pizmo ” or the Czech ” pizmo “, which means musk (strong smell of organic origin) and in turn goes back to the distorted pronunciation of the Latin word “bis’amum”. Most of the representatives of the genus Tansy really have a very strong and quite similar in shade ethereal-resinous smell, and this smell comes from all terrestrial parts of the plant  .
Another popular name for many species of the genus Tansy is Chamomile , for its external resemblance to a well-known plant. Some species are completely impossible to distinguish from chamomile , and they bear this name without much difference.
Tansy is a fairly large, although not completely established genus of plants. Often it includes many species from the genus Pyrethrum (and sometimes even the entire genus as a whole), as well as some species from the genera Chrysanthemum, Yarrow and some others.
As a result, the genus Tansy consists of fifty or more species found in Europe, Asia, North Africa and North America. On the territory of Russia and neighboring countries, there are about 30-40 species growing in all regions, ranging from mountain and steppe – ending with tundra and swampy floodplains of northern rivers.
The genus Tansy includes more or less developed perennial grasses with a short, weakly branched creeping wintering rhizome. In southern species with a wintering aerial part, the stems are often woody in the lower part. However, approximately the same can be said about northern species, in which stems noticeably woody at the base by the end of the growing season. Among the southern and subtropical species of tansy, there are few shrubs and shrubs.
Leaves are most often oval with a strongly dissected “feathery”, like a rowan, leaf blade, odorous, often even resinous, with sticky secretions, sometimes strongly pubescent.
Inflorescences are small or medium-sized baskets of tubular flowers (in some species, marginal flowers are false-lingual), collected in dense or loose corymbose inflorescences (rarely single baskets).
The most famous and widespread species of the genus, Tansy ( Tanacetum vulgare ), with which the name of the entire genus Tansy is most often associated, is an almost ubiquitous weed and roadside plant that has dozens of popular and local names. Many species of the genus Tansy are not only known, but are of great economic importance as medicinal, food, aromatic and ornamental plants for urban landscaping and gardening, as well as as raw materials for the production of insecticides, essential oils and medicines. Perhaps the second most popular species can rightfully be called balsam tansy ( Tanacetum balsamita). For more than three thousand years, it has been cultivated as a food, medicinal and aromatic plant, and only in the last century and a half its value has gradually declined.