Chemical elements in the composition of the fly agaric
The vast majority of the chemical elements contained in the fly agaric are contained in the cap of the mushroom. At the same time, they are practically absent in the leg, because of this, it is practically not used for the preparation of medicinal potions. The most potent toxins and chemicals in fly agaric are:
1. ibotenic acid - has an extremely active effect on brain neurons to the point that it can provoke the death of the latter. If the fungus is exposed to strong ultraviolet radiation, the formation of a psychoactive substance, muscazone, begins.
2. Muscarine - this substance is credited with increasing the width of blood vessels and, accordingly, the amount of blood that the heart sends into the circulatory system is significantly reduced.
3. Muscimol has a relaxing and calming effect.
4. Muscarufin - this natural antibiotic used to treat various kinds of tumors also serves to increase the overall tone of the body.
These and other chemicals that are part of the fly agaric make it indispensable for the preparation of medicines, with the help of which many diseases can be successfully cured, including:
- pain of rheumatic origin;
- joint diseases;
- benign and malignant tumors;
- dermatological diseases;
- removal of pain syndrome.
In addition, fly agaric-based products show excellent action in the wound healing process.What is useful red fly agaric
It is almost impossible to overestimate the useful qualities that the red fly agaric has, and this despite the fact that it belongs to the category of poisonous mushrooms. A huge amount of useful substances and trace elements contained in it can provide effective assistance in the treatment of many diseases of a wide range. Decoctions and tinctures made from them have long been used to treat:
diseases of the joints;
diseases of the endocrine system;
Disorders of the cardiovascular system.
Used preparations prepared on the basis of fly agaric and in cosmetology. They are used in the fight against acne and pigmentation disorders of the skin. Fly agaric also proved to be effective as a skin cell regenerator.
- In domestic use, fly agaric is used to control insects, flies in particular.