But lilac is not only a beautiful plant in itself, it is also extremely useful. Lilac flowers and fresh and dried can be brewed and used as a natural febrifuge, diaphoretic.

In flowers and leaves of lilac distinct antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, anticonvulsant and analgesic properties.

It will help with any form of diabetes will stop and will restore blood with uterine bleeding.

While bronchitis, asthma, pneumonia, catarrh, tuberculosis – the first assistant. Align heart tones, get rid of the sciatica, and restore the menstrual cycle.

A cold? Drink warm milk with a spoon lilac jam!

How to cook this miracle remedy?

For 1 kg of flowers of lilac take 2 cups sugar, 2 cups water and a lemon zest.

Gather the blooming lilacs, carefully wash the brush under running water, fill with boiling water and cook for 10 min. Now add sliced half a lemon, cover with a towel or cloth and allow to infuse for half an hour.

After 30 min. take out of the brush, in the resulting infusion add the desired number of sugar and ovarium weight on very low heat for about 20 min.

Removed from the infusion bunches rubs 5-10-th drops of lemon juice and dip in "lilac soup" for 5 minutes until tender.

Ready jam pour in the prepared banks and roll up like any other jam, whether it's cherry or strawberry. Banks turn over and cover with a towel, waiting until the jam into jars to cool completely.

The jam turns out fragrant, delicious and very healthy! Helps raspberry not worse, and certainly better pharmacy chemistry.

By the way, the leaves of lilac no less useful than the flowers. Brewed as tea, they will help with malaria, diarrhea, stomach ulcers and whooping cough. Very useful leaves, it is a pity that they are not so tasty as the jam of the colors of lilac, harvested in the winter!

Don't want purple jam? Sorry. Then at least collect lilac branches with blooming brushes brooms and dry, by placing in canvas bags cuttings up. Winter, frost, it's so nice to brew a Cup of tea, and lilac, with lilac scent of spring, to smell the lilac of hope!