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Medicinal use of Witch Hazel in Diarrhea, Nose Bleed, Haemorrhoid

Witch Hazel: Hamamelis virginica Part used: Bark and leaves Astringent, tonic, antichloristic, haemorrhages from lungs, stomach, uterus, bowels. Good in diarrhea and as an enema. For nose bleed, snuff tea up nose. Inject tea for haemorrhoid. Will restore circulation. Excellent as a gargle.

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Medicinal use of Wintergreen in Rheumatic Fever, Sciatica, Bladder Troubles, Skin Diseases

Wintergreen:  Gaultheria Procumbens Part used: Leaves Stimulant, antiseptic, astringent, diuretic, emmenagogue, cardiac depressant Taken in small frequent doses will stimulate stomach, heart and respiratory tract,. Good in rheumatic fever, sciatica,  all bladder troubles and skin diseases. Valuable in colic. Expels gas. Good for dropsy, cystitis, stomach troubles, bowel obstructions. Oil is valuable in liniments. Poultice is good for boils, swellings, ulcers and felons. Good as a douche for leucorrhoea. Also...

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Medicinal use of Twin Leaf in Scarlet Fever, Sore Throat, Severe Pain

Twin Leaf: Jeffersonia diphylla Part used: Root Diuretic, alterative, antisyphilitic, antispasmodic, tonic Good gargle for sore throat. Fine for scarlatina, scarlet fever. Applied as a hot fomentation, it will relieve pain anywhere in the body. In severe pain take hot internally.

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Medicinal use of Sumac Berries in Sore Mouth, Sore Throat, Mouth Cankers

Sumac Berries Diuretic, refrigerant, emmenagogue, diaphoretic , cephalic Used in combination of equal parts of sumac berries and bark, white pine bark and slippery elm bark. This tea is very bowel complaints, fevers, sores and cankers of mouth. Gargle and wash for sore mouth and sore throat. Bark of sumac makes an excellent wash for old sores. Tea of the berries is slightly acid and is good in cases of...

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Medicinal use of Saffron in Sage in Kidney and Liver Trouble

Sage: Saliva officinalis Part used: leaves Sudorific , astringent, expectorant, tonic, aromatic, antispasmodic, nervine, vermifuge. Wounds heal more rapidly when washed with sage tea. Soothing to the nerves. Good for palsy. For quinsy and sore throat drink the tea and also gargle. Especially good mixed with lemon and honey. Expels worms. Will stop bleeding. Good in kidney and liver trouble. Effective in fevers, ‘flu (taken hot). Will relieve pain in...

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Medicinal use of Rock Rose in Cancer, Sore Throat and Diarrhea

Rock Rose:  Helianthemum canadense Part used: Herb and oil Aromatic, tonic, alterative, astringent Oil most valuable part. Superior physic for cancer. Excellent gargle for cankered sore throat and scarlatina. Good for diarrhea. A valuable remedy in combination with Corydalis, Formosa and Stillingia.

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Medicinal use of Red Root in  Hemorrhoids, Spleen and Tonsils

Red root: Ceanothus Americanus Part used: Bark of the root Astringent, expectorant, sedative Excellent for spleen trouble. Gargle every two hours with a strong tea of red root for badly enlarged tonsils. Inject strong tea for hemorrhoids.

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Medicinal use of Red Clover in Jaundice and Asthma

Red Clover: Trifolium pratense Part used: Blossoms Depurative, detergent, alterative, mild stimulant Wonderful blood purifier. Combined with equal parts of violet leaves and flowers, burdock, yellow dock, dandelion root, rock rose and golden seal, it has proved a powerful agent in growths, leprosy and pellagra. Used alone it has proven valuable in bronchial coughs and whooping cough. Warm tea is soothing to the nerves. Healing to fresh wounds and burns....

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