Scotch thistle can grow up to 65 cm in length. One flower, 150-170 Grams. You should display the dried Scottish Thistle flower in areas that are not exposed to direct sunlight, keep it away from wet and humid environments and keep it upright. In this way, you can use your flower longer and without structural changes. Do not clean your shocked or dried flowers with water. Dusting them with a dry cloth will help you use them for a long time.
It is known that donkey thorn, which also contributes to the collection of honey by bees, has a diuretic and strengthens all secretory glands. It is stated that the seeds and leaves of the donkey thorn, which is recommended to be used in diseases such as cough, shortness of breath, hemorrhoids, skin acne, boils, cancer, are good for kidney pain. Donkey thistle, which is used by drinking after the flower tray is scalded with boiling water, can also be used by boiling its roots.
Thistles features in Scotland
How tall do thistles grow? The donkey thorn, which can grow by itself in stony and barren lands, reaches 30 – 100 cm in length. It is from the daisy family. This plant, which can live for 1 or 2 years, grows in barren lands and fields. The cannabis plant, which is thin and hooked, blooms well in July and August. In July and August, the color of the donkey thorn takes on the purple and white color. The flowers of the donkey thorn are fragrant when they are wet, but when they dry, their scent disappears completely.
Neutralizes the harms of smoking; When donkey thistle is consumed frequently, it helps to eliminate the harmful effects of smoking, thanks to its blood-cleansing feature. Where does Scottish thistle grow? Are Scottish thistles poisonous?
What is thistle?
The scientific name of thistle is Silybum Marianum. This plant is also called Holy Virgin, Virgin Mary thistle and holy thistle. According to an old legend, a drop of Mary’s milk falls on the leaves of this plant. When the milk touches the leaves, white spots appear. Thistle is a one or two-year herbaceous plant with a length of 30-100 centimeters, sparsely hairy, angular stems. Its leaves are green with white veins. Its edges are spiny and deeply toothed. It has purple and white flowers. The flower head covered with flowers is at the top of the stem. Thistles grows near wetlands and at higher elevations. It grows mostly in the Black Sea and Mediterranean regions. When the plant matures, the seeds are harvested with a wheat combine. The combine harvester separates the dry seeds from the mouth. The seeds are kept waiting to be sent to the buyer. The seed contains silymarin, which has anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. It is also grown in Europe and America. It is common in America, especially in California.