Russian names : jasmennik odorous, sheroshnitsa the fragrant; the Ukrainian: marenka zapashna, підмаренник (mix with Galium. L.); the Polish: marzanka wonna, majownik, barvica wonna.
Family : Rubiaceae-marennye, marenovye.
a Fig. 53. Asperula odorata - jasmennik odorous
The Long-term grassy plant with an upright naked tetrahedral stalk in height 10 - 60 see Leaves thin, dark green, along the edges slightly rough, peaked, are collected in knots in 3 - 8-chlennye mutovki. The inflorescence in the form of a top guard, malotsvetkovoe, usually consists of three semiumbrellas, flowers small, usually white (at drying blacken).
All plant smells kumarinom, especially in a dry kind. Blossoms in May-June. Grows in shady woods, thickets, on dampish repurulent soil. It is extended in forest-steppe.
Collect all grass towards the end of flowering and later. It is necessary to dry quickly. To keep in a dry place; gigroskopichna why in a damp place blackens. At good drying also darkens a little, but keeps green colour.
Jasmennik fragrant in national medicine is a part of mixes of the plants used for improvement of a metabolism, and especially at illnesses of a liver and a bilious bubble as means, is easy poslabljajushchee, exciting allocation of urine and as expelling sand and stones of bilious and uric bubbles. In rare instances it accept also the people at chest diseases.
In itself this plant use in a dose 10,0 - 15,0 g on 1 l of boiled water in a kind napara. Drink on a half-glass 3 - 4 times a day.
Naruzhno from napara this plant do lotions on wounds and compresses on chiri.
Storage . Store in boxes, in a dry place.