Madder of dyeing Georgian

madder of dyeing and Georgian
Fig. 46. Madder of dyeing, Georgian (bottom - rhizome with roots).

Madder of dyeing and Georgian (Rubia tinctorum L. var. iberica Fisch. ex DC.) - wild plant. The roots contain derivatives of occian-trahison. Dry extract of the roots apply (2-3 tablets 0.25 g 3 times a day) for gallstone and gallstone diseases, and also at gout. Acts as a spasmolysant; helps dissolve the stones in the liver, kidney and bladder.