Fresh raw materials (leaves) cinquefoil contain large amounts of vitamin C and ascorbic acid. Almost the same quantity contained in the ripe berries of black currant and Actinidia. And, oddly enough, much more than in lemons. Also, this plant contains a lot of vitamin A (carotene), almost the same amount as is contained in carrots. Among other things, the plant is rich in essential oils, tannins, phenolic carboxylic acids and kakhetins. It contains a large number of other trace elements: magnesium, zinc, copper, cobalt, iron, potassium and manganese. Water infusion of leaves and flowers of cinquefoil is used as a means of stopping blood in bloody diarrhea. Also, this infusion improves appetite and promotes the treatment of neuropsychiatric disorders. Tincture of the branches of this plant is recommended for the treatment of cuts and abdominal pain. The roots are used to treat diseases of the gastrointestinal tract. Due to the large amount of vitamin C and ascorbic acid, this plant copes well with scurvy and stomatitis. It is also used as an expectorant for cupping pneumonia. Infusions and decoctions are used to rinse the mouth and throat with angina. Like the tincture of marigold, the infusion of cinquefoil is suitable for external use. It is treated with wounds and burns, various boils and boils. In addition, tincture allows you to get rid of bad breath. With white excretions, the infusion of cauliflower is used as a syringing. Apply it and for the treatment of cystitis. Unlike the synthetic means of pharmacology, the tincture of the cauliflower does not cause dysbacteriosis. On the contrary, many children's doctors noted that the infusion of Kuril tea has a beneficial effect on the microflora of the intestine and copes well with the dysbiosis in children (including staphylococcal). The cinquefoil is also used as a means of getting rid of constipation. It normalizes metabolic processes (metabolism in the body). It is a good enough and delicate diuretic. But, along with this, it is also used as a cure for urinary incontinence.