Fraxinus with the medium gray trunk is a unique color native to the forests of northern Iran with black buds and gray trunk. It is known as the sparrow tongue because of the shape of the fruit, which is dry and oval and slightly pointed and resembles the tongue of a sparrow. Fraxinus wood is very hardy and valuable, it is resistant to insects and moth. In Hyrcanian forests, two types of Fraxinus excelsior and Fraxinus excelsior coriariaefolia grow, the visible difference being in the hairs behind the leaves, which do not have the first and the second have. The Fraxinus tree has healing properties in each of its organs. The bark of the trunk contains glucoside fraxin or fraxoside, which is bitter and astringent. It is prescribed as a tonic, laxative, and expectorant. Its leaves are laxative and its leaf decoction is effective in relieving gout and rheumatism.
In stories and legends, once a day he was a young man who was famous in the science of medicine and at a young age, he was able to cure anything and heal anyone who touches him. The king, who is looking for eternal life, calls him and the young man tells him that he has never heard of such a thing and wants time to find medicine. The young man who knows that the tyrant king will take the secret of his long life from him, albeit a little by torture. Under the pretext of studying, he escapes and goes to the forest. Legend has it that he became a Fraxinus tree that has thousands of properties and gives life from its skin to its fruit.
پرداخت یورویی, اشخاص حقیقی, اشخاص حقوقی