The best of the trees
The best of the trees

The best of the trees

Drugs that cure rubella and fish blood, enhance sexual function, strengthen waist strength and leg pulse, and darken white hair

As autumn deepens, the fruit of the maga tree in the forest ripens with an attractive color. Magamok, which has such pretty fruit, has a tremendous effect. So, in the old saying, wild ginseng is the best among grasses and magam trees are the best among trees.

Magamok is known to be good for oriental medical wind diseases such as respiratory diseases, stroke diseases, and rheumatoid arthritis.

According to a recent domestic study, it has been found that magma can greatly help treat neck or waist disc due to its excellent anti-inflammatory effect and suppress cartilage damage. In addition, it has been found that the extract of the tree branch contains an ingredient that has a very excellent wrinkle improvement effect, so it is highly likely to be applied as a natural cosmetic.

a magmatic tree

The current Korean name of Ma-mok is based on the Joseon Botanical Hyangmyeongjip (Jeong Tae-hyun and three others, 1937). The name is derived from 木에서의, which means that the appearance of new shoots running away is powerful like a horse’s teeth.

a horse tree

Silvery mountain ash

a deciduous broad-leaved shrub of the genus Lycinaceae of the rose family Dipanthaceae

Sorbus commixta Hedl.

The genus Sorbus is derived from the ancient Latin name for this genus and refers to the genus Sorbus. The species name commixta is derived from the meaning of ‘mixed’.

Magamok is mainly native to rocky areas, cool shade areas, and valleys on high mountains of 1,000-1,300m. The young shoots that come up in spring can be blanched and used as herbs, and fruits and bark are used as medicinal herbs in oriental medicine.

Recently, maga trees are often seen in street trees and park trees in the city center, which are horticultural species brought from Europe and the United States to see abundant flowers and beautiful fruits.

the efficacy of maga tree

Even elderly people with bent backs of grandmothers and grandfathers have a legend that if they carry a housepang, their backs will be straightened every day, strengthening their muscles, improving rheumatoid arthritis, neuralgia, and jointing of their hands and feet, and showing excellent efficacy in restorative stomach diseases.

The fruit or bark of the magma tree can be eaten by boiling tea, but it is said that it is better to make alcohol using tempered liquor.

In the private sector, fruits and shells were used for neuralgia, back pain, rejuvenation, arthritis, rhinitis, and bronchitis, and it seems to have been used as a panacea because muscles and bones gain horse-like power if you eat them steadily.

The fruit of the maga tree contains flavonoids, 1-sorbose, catechin, alpha-carotene, various amino acids, and vitamins, of which 1-sorbosan has an excellent ability to suppress fungi, so it is also used as a food additive.

The fruit of the maga tree is rich in vitamin C, flavonoids, catechin, carotene, sugar, various amino acids, and vitamins, and contains sorbic acid, which is used as a preservative, and is excellent in suppressing mold, so it is also used as a food additive.

The smell of kimchi from the refrigerator in the home or the refrigerator in the restaurant for a long time, so if you put about 300g of maga tree in the refrigerator that smells bad, all the bad smell will disappear.

According to a recent study, natural cosmetics have also been developed due to the development of neck and waist disc treatments using magenta, and the improvement of skin wrinkles using tree branch extracts.

Efficacy of Maga Tree in Donguibogam

Jeonggongdeung Magamok is located on the tree part of Donguibogam Tangyuk Pyeon and Mancho Pyeon of Bangyak Hapjeong.

[Voiceover] It’s warm, it’s spicy, it’s non-poisonous. It relieves rubella and fish blood, improves sexual function, strengthens waist strength and leg veins, and improves nasal inflammation. They blacken their white hair and defeat Pungsa. ○ It is also known as Namdeung. The stem looks like a horseshoe, but it has joints and is gravelly brown. The leaves are similar to apricot tree leaves, but they are pointed. I cut myself and eat what’s stuck in my drink at any time. ○Hae Sook-gyeom’s mother was sick and prayed to the ghost, and Lee In appeared and took medicine and got better, but this is the medicine.

● Herbal medicine and medicinal properties: The taste is spicy, warm, and slightly poisonous.

● Herbal area of action (earthoscope, )經): The hole lamp mainly affects liver, spleen, and gastrointestinal diseases.

● the efficacy of herbal medicine

– Gale Dehumidification: Treats symptoms of poor use of limbs, paralysis, and pain.

– Small bell pain: It calms the boil and stops the pain.

● an explanation of medicinal properties

– It is used to treat hemiplegia.

– It treats symptoms of poor use of limbs, paralysis, and pain.

– It is effective for symptoms of swelling and pain from trauma.

Most of them cite the efficacy of Magamok mentioned in Donguibogam, and according to Professor Park Jong-chul of the Department of Oriental Medicine Resources Re-development at Suncheon National University, Donguibogam called Jeonggongdeung as a Korean name, but it is different from Sorbus comixta Hedl.

sweetened wine of the fruit of the magenta

After drying the maga nuts collected in the fall well, they were put in soju for quenching with 30% alcohol content, and the color of the liquor is so pretty that it is good for ornamental purposes and has a good taste for alcohol.