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“Meshashringi/Gudmar”, “गुड़मार” Medicinal uses and Health Benefits, Dosage, Facts, Medicinal Properties & Side Effects, Complete Health Guide

Meshashringi/Gudmar , गुड़मार Medicinal Benefits     Botanical Name—Gymema sylvestre Common Name—Gudmar Family—Asclepiadaceae (Ark kul) Habit— A large, woody, much branched climber with pubescent. Properties Property—Lightness, dryness Taste—Astringent, bitter Potency—Heating Metabolic property—Pungent Specific Property Kaph-vata-samak Anodyne Bronchial Sedative   Parts Used-Leaf, root   Description—Gymnema sylvestre is a herb native to the tropical forests of southern and central India where it has been used as a naturopathic treatment for diabetes for nearly...

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Herbal Home remedies for General Diseases”,”Smanya Rog”,”Snake Bite”,”Samp ke Katne ka Gharelu Ilaj”, Symptoms, Reasons, Causes-“Herbal Treatment”

सर्पदंश (Snake bite)  Snake Bite-Symptoms, Reasons, Causes परिचय:- जब किसी व्यक्ति को सांप काट लेता है तो सांप का जहर उस व्यक्ति के शरीर में फैलने लगता है जिसके कारण रोगी की मृत्यु हो जाती है। सांप के जहर को उतारने के लिए या फिर कम करने के लिए प्राकृतिक चिकित्सा के अनुसार उपचार–        जैसे ही किसी व्यक्ति को सांप काट लेता है उसे सांप के काटे हुए स्थान...

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Various types of antiseptics their features and uses in first aid treatment-“Carbolic acid”

Carbolic acid It is an agent used for preventing the growth of microorganism. But it cannot kill microorganisms. Features: It is a hygroscopic and highly corrosive substance. It is used as disinfectant for sharp instruments like scissors and knife blades. It is used topically to cauterize dog bites, snake bites and other small wounds.

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First Aid Treatment of Snake bite its causes and diagnose-Bites and Stings

Snake bite There are about 3000 species of snakes, of which only 250-300 are poisonous. Snakes commonly found in our country are king cobra, common cobra, common krait, common striped krait, pit viper and Russell’s viper. All snakes are not poisonous. All snake bites are not fatal. Most people die from fear and not the venom. Most snakes bite dangerous, because when the snake bites in defense, little or no...

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Medicinal use of Skullcap in Delirium Tremens, Hydrophobia, Poisonous Snake bites

Skullcap: Scutellaria Lateriflora Part used: Whole plant Nervine, tonic, antispasmodic One of the best tonic nerviness. Combined with cayenne and golden seal it cannot be surpassed for heart weakness. With lady slipper it is the best nerve tonic. Useful in hydrophobia and poisonous snake bites. Effective in delirium tremens, St. Vitus Dance, shaking palsy, convulsions. Equal parts of skullcap, nerve root, hops, catnip and black cohosh aids in morphine addiction....

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Medicinal use of Fleabane, Gentian and Ginseng

Fleabane: Erigeron caradense Part used: The whole plant Styptic, astringent, diuretic, tonic Excellent for summer complaint especially for children when all other remedies fail. Colon trouble. Bladder trouble, scalding urine, hemorrhages form bowels and uterus. Use in an enema. Gentian: Gentiana lutea Part used: Root Stomachic, tonic, anathematic, antibilious Powerful and effective and reliable tonic. Purifies blood. Good for liver complaints. Excellent in spleen affections. Improves appetite. Strengthens digestive organs....

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Medicinal use of Balm of Gilead, Basil Sweet, Black Haw, Blue Cohosh

Balm of Gilead: Populus Balsamifera or Candicans Part Used : Buds Stimulant,  expectorant The resinous substance is not acted upon by water alone. An infusion cannot be made. Boiled in oil makes an excellent ointment or salve. Valuable in colds, lung, kidney and urinary difficulties.   Basil(sweet) : Ocium basilicum, Ocymum Part Used: Root Relaxant, expectorant, slightly narcotic sedative, antispasmodic , nervine Exerts a marked influence over the nervous system....

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Herbal Home Remedies for Bites and Stings

There are certain odours and substances which most insects dislike. Oil of citronella, oil of citronella, oil of geranium or oil of eucalyptus are useful for rubbing on exposed parts of the body. For bee stings, remove the sting and apply bruised green leaf of plantain. Relief is almost instantaneous. For bee stings, wet soap, moistened baking soda or weak ammonia. For wasp stings, use vinegar or lemon juice. Raw...

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