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“Ashoka Tree” Medicinal uses and Health Benefits, Dosage, Facts, Medicinal Properties & Side Effects, Complete Health Guide.

Ashoka Tree Medicinal Benefits

Ashoka Tree Medicinal Benefits   Botanical Name-Saraca asoca Common Name-Ashok Family—Leguminosae (Shimbi kul) Habit—Evergreen tree, 25-30 ft. in height. Properties- “Ashokah shitalastikto grahi barnyah kashayakah Dosapachi trisadaha krimi sosa bisasrajit.                                                   —Bha. Pra. Property—Lightness, dryness Taste—Fragrant, bitter Potency—Cooling Metabolic Property—Pungent Specific Property- Kaph-Pitta-samak Complexion promotor Anti-thirst drug Refrigerant Anthelmintic Antidote Blood-purifier Parts Used-Bark, Seed, Flower Description-The ashok is an evergreen tree. Its original distribution was in the central areas of...

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Medicinal use of Sea Wrack in Obesity Treatments

Sea Wrack: Fucus Vesiculosus, Bladder Wrack Part used: The dried plant Sea wrack is seaweed. It is considered alternative. It is rich in organic minerals, being used chiefly as a blood purifier . It is the most important ingredient in the majority of obesity treatments and is harmless.  

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Medicinal use of Sassafras in Gastritis, Colic, Skin diseases

Sassafras: laurus –Sassafras officinalis A strong Stimulant and Blood purifier Part used: Inner bark of root Aromatic, stimulant, alterative, diaphoretic and diuretic Purifies blood, cleanses whole system, will relieve gas. Valuable in colic and all skin diseases. Good wash for eyes. Good in kidney and bladder trouble. Good in varicose ulcers as a wash. Also take tea internally. A good tonic after childbirth. A rustic spring tonic. The oil of...

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Medicinal use of “Wheat Grass” Herbal Medicinal Plant

WHEAT GRASS One among the best known natural reservoir of health and longevity is the wheat grass. Wheat grass is a young wheat plant about 3 to 4 inches long that can be easily cultivated at home. Being highly nutritious, it is a rich source of amino acids, vitamins and minerals. All the more, a regular intake of the wheat grass extract or its juice is extremely beneficial in increasing...

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Medicinal use of Dandelion, Coriander, Corn silk and Creeping Jenny

Dandelion: Taraxicum dens-leonis Part used: Leaves and root Hepatic, aperients, diuretic, depurative, tonic, stomachic Purifies blood. Destroys acids in blood. Excellent for anaemia. Root is used to increase flow of urine. Is slightly laxative. Good for jaundice, eczema, kidney trouble, dropsy, inflammation of bowels and fever. Has a beneficial effect on female organs. Increases activity of liver, pancreas and spleen. Good in enlargement of liver and spleen. An excellent sub...

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Medicinal use of Celery, Chestnut, Chicory, Cleavers

Celery: Apium graveolens Part Used: root and seed Diuretic, stimulant, aromatic Used in incontinence of the urine, dropsy, liver troubles, produces perspiration. A splendid tonic. Good for nervousness, neuralgia and rheumatism.   Chestnut: Castania Part Used: Leaves Antispasmodic Soothing to mucous membranes and the nervous system. A specific for whooping cough (combined with blue cohosh and lobelia). Good for other coughs too. For protracted cases of hiccoughs.   Chicory: Cichorium...

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Medicinal use of Borage and Burdock

Borage: Borago officinalis Part Used: The herb Pectoral, cordial, aperients Expels poisons. Rich in potassium and calcium. Comforts the heart when saddened with much grief. All the glandular system is gradually influenced by the singular action of Borage. Used to defend the heart in contagious or eruptive fevers. Seeds and leaves are said to increase mother’s milk. Good to bathe sore eyes. Valuable in hepatitis. Burdock: Arctium lappa,  Lappa minor...

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