Plant of plenty diseases attractive abound the wild things of the Kreuzberg Nitrophile (nitrogen loving) medicinal plants in the city as a town some exercises in unhealthy diet. Wild food with low nutritional value, flavor-intense and yet low in nutrients. The glut of inferior fats, refined sugars and proteins leads to a strong strain of the organism. A permanent overeating damage sensitive metabolism together with lack of movement and promotes the development of the metabolic syndrome. These include classical civilization diseases such as high blood pressure, diabetes, obesity, gout, fat metabolism disorders with increased risk of atherosclerosis and coronary heart disease. Abundance makes sick. Plants also are faced with this problem.
Herbal specialists have found it, which thrive in eutrophication. Among them you will find numerous Therapeutics for the effects of excessive nutrition. Plants of the Abundance live most of these plants, which can be found in urban areas, also in abundance. The abundance of nutrients, all ahead of nitrogen promotes the occurrence of a certain group of plants, among which are several medicinal herbs. Many wild herbs and medicinal plants in the urban area are pointer plants, meaning their presence gives information about the type of soil, they sprout from the. Each herb has so his preferences? Dandelion, for example loves to drill, which are solidified by stepped with his strong roots in compacted soils into.
As well, he can handle very well with nitrogen. More nitrophile plants that prefer so nitrogen-containing soil are especially stinging nettle, bird Mize, Deadnettle, fence Giersch, parsley, Gundermann, plantain, lab herbs, wild Mallow, garlic mustard, Mugwort, of another elder, the AILANTHUS Altissima and the Acacia in the urban space. (1) by biological fixation (of legume nodules bacteria) and the deposition of the nitrogen in the soil’s organic matter (plant residues, animal fertilization, waste). Through the digestive activity of the soil, he is mineralized and is present mainly as ammonia or nitrate in the soil, which can now take the plant.