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Silver birch (Betula pendula Roth, fr. Bouleau blanc, ger. Hangebirke, it. Betulla bianca, sp. Abedul) – a species of tree from the birch family (Betulaceae Gray). Also mentioned under the names: glandular birch, birch, white birch.

The birch leaf is diuretic, detoxifying and strengthening. It is used for kidney stones, for edema on the circulatory background, as a remedy for hair growth, and in folk medicine – for skin whitening and for anti-freckles. In chronic diseases of the urinary tract, kidney failure, rheumatism and psoriasis, leaf infusion is used, which contains a number of active substances, including flavonoids, tannins, mineral salts and resin compounds. It can also be washed with dry and flaky skin.

Birch leaf (Betulae folium) – whole or broken leaves of silver birch and moss birch, and their hybrids.The raw material should contain not less than 1.5% of flavonoids calculated as a hyper-dextrose.It also contains up to 3.2% saponins, organic acids, resins, up to 9% catechin tannins, mineral salts, essential oil and tripterepenes (folientriol, folientetraol).In young leaves and buds there are more essential oils.The herbal raw material may also be the Cortex Betulae birch bark, which is the source of betulin used in the treatment of acne.The juice sourced in spring contains mainly fructose, numerous mineral salts (potassium, copper, manganese, phosphorus and calcium) and vitamin B.

It reaches up to 30 m in height. The crown is strongly developed, rare in older trees with long, thin branches hanging from boughs.
The bark of young trees is orange-red, but eventually becomes white, and in older trees it is black at the base. He’s wandering around. Young branches are dark, hairless, covered with glands. Donuts are bare, sticky, at the base dilated, sharpened at the apex.
Dark green on the upper surface and lighter, greenish-gray on the lower surface. They have a characteristic, dense, reticulated innervation. Nerves are slightly brown or almost white. Leaves 3-7 cm long and 2-5 cm wide and long petiole. The leaf blade has a double serrated edge. It is triangular or rhomboid and with a base wedge-shaped or truncated. The base on each side is slightly rounded or not rounded and the top is long and sharp [8]. Young leaves are sticky and poorly pubescent, they quickly become quite naked. The petiole is bare and up to 3 cm long.
Flowers collected in inflorescences called kittens. They are similar to the mossy birch kitten.
Longitudinal elliptic nuts with wings 2-3 times wider than peanuts. Fruit husks are tricuspid. Side flaps, longer than the central one, are folded down.

Birch birch occurs in the cooler regions of Asia and Europe and in North Africa (Morocco), it also spreads in other regions and is grown in many countries around the world. In Poland it is common throughout lowlands and in lower mountain locations.

Birch birch is a megafanerophyte, it lives about 100 years. Blooms in April, about 10 days earlier than mossy birch. It is wind-blowing, and its light seeds provided with wings are spread by the wind often over long distances, which is why birch is one of the first species of trees overgrowing wasteland (pioneer species). Occurs on dry, sandy areas, on wasteland, in deciduous forests, mixed and pine forests, in bushes and on felling sites, along railway routes. It is also an important forest tree. In the classification of plant communities, a distinctive species for the compound (All.) Sambuco-Salicion. The number of chromosomes 2n = 28.