The health benefits of Crataegus.

Scientific name: Crataegus
Classification: Genus
Higher classification: Malinae
Order: Rosales

This plant has active ingredients such as rutin, flavonoids, phenolic acids, amines, triterpenes, crataegolic, vitamin C, quercetin, proanthocyanidins, vitexina glycosides, tyramine, oleanolic acid, tannins, and ursolic.

It is widely used in various types of treatments such as: Respiratory disorders, stress, high blood pressure, angina and chest pain, heart failure, tachycardia, diabetes, albuminuria, palpitation, cardiac hydrops, Bright’s disease, anemia, improvement of body and brain circulation, arrhythmia, congestive heart failure, hypertension, and other diseases.


Heart disease: Numerous scientific studies indicate that Crataegus is indicated for people who have heart and circulation problems. Including being able to prevent and not only relieve symptoms.

The effect of the plant on heart health is to control the pace when it is accelerated, increase oxygen circulation and improve the way the organ pumps blood.

High and low pressure: Due to the presence of procyanidins and flavonoid compounds, Crataegus is indicated to aid circulation in the body. The parts indicated for this are the flowers and the leaves.

Circulatory Problems: People suffering from atherosclerosis or poor peripheral circulation may also alleviate symptoms or even prevent them from getting worse. Raynaud’s syndrome, whose major feature is poor circulation in the hands and feet, can also be alleviated with the consumption of Crataegus.

Despite being extremely effective for heart disease and blood pressure problems, Crataegus can cause dizziness, vertigo, gastric complaints, palpitation, hot flushes, dyspnea, headache, and tachycardia.


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