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Balm herbal plant and its culinary and medicinal properties-History of Herbs

Balm-(Melissa officinalis) Labiatae Perennial This refreshingly lemon- scented herb is propagated by seeds, cuttings, and root division in spring, and in temperate climates again in autumn. It likes moist, rich soil and sunshine for part of the day. It grows to 75 cm (2 ½ ft) or more, depending on soil and rain fall. Although a member of the mint family, the shallow roots of balm (or lemon balm as...

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Medicinal use of Wahoo in Chest, Lung Ailments, Spleen, Pulmonary Ailments

Wahoo: Euonymus atropurpureus Part used: Bark of root Tonic, laxative, expectorant, diuretic, alterative A good laxative. Valuable in chest and lung ailments. Useful in torpid liver, fevers. Excellent influence on pancreas and spleen. Good for dropsy. Improves digestion. Is valuable when combined with gentian golden seal. Breaks chills. Useful in constipation. Also in pulmonary ailments.

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Medicinal use of Uva Ursi in Menstruation, Spleen, Liver, Pancreas Ailments, Mucous Discharge

Uva Ursi: arctostaphylos uva ursi Part used: leaves Diuretic Good in all kidney troubles. Excellent for excessive menstruation, for spleen, liver, pancreas ailments, mucous discharge from bladder with pus and blood. Excellent for ulceration of neck of womb and all female troubles. Use also as a douche.

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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 Nisit in Constipation, Worm, Phlem, Spleen, Stomach, Pile and Heart Disease

निसीत निसीत हमें कई रंगों में उपलब्ध होती है । 1. सफ़ेद 2. श्याम 3. लाल 4. काली सफेद निसीत की बेल जंगलों में होती है । इस पर सफेद रंग के फुल आते हैं, उनमें चार-चार बीज होते हैं । इसके पत्ते नुकीले तथा गोल होते हैं । इस बील की लकड़ी में तीन धारे होती हैं । सफेद निसीत को सबसे अच्छा गुणकारी माना जाता है । काली...

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Medicinal use of Poke Root in Goiter, Skin diseases and Impetigo

Poke Root: Phytolacca decandra Part used: Root Alterative, resolvent, deobstruent, detergent, antisypilitic,   antiscorbutic Tender leaves in early spring make excellent greens. Tones up the whole system. The root makes a good spring tonic. The root excites the whole glandular system. Best alterative known. The green root is especially good for enlargement of the glands and spleen, especially the thyroid gland. For goiter, take internally and apply externally. Tea is excellent...

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Medicinal use of Parsley in Hepatitis and Fever

Parsley : petroselinum sativum Part used: Root , leaves and seed Diuretic, aperients, expectorant. Juice is antiperiodic. Seed is febrifuge and  emmenagogue. Roots and leaves are excellent for difficult urination, hepatitis, fevers, obstruction of liver and spleen. For female trouble, combine leaves with equal parts of buchu, crampbark and black haw. Hot fomentation is applied to insect bites and stings. Poultice of bruised leaves is excellent for swollen glands, swollen...

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Medicinal use of Horsemint and Hyssop

Horsemint: Monarda Punctata Part used: Leaves and tops Aromatic, pungent, bitter, carminative, stimulant, nervine, diuretic, diaphoretic, antiseptic New drug from Monarda Punctata for athlete’s foot, psoriasis, ringworm and impetigo.   Hyssop: Hyssopus officinalis Part used: Whole plant Aromatic, sudorific, pectoral, expectorant, febrifuge, anthelmintic, aperients, stimulant, carminative, tonic An old Bible remedy. Increases circulation, reduces blood pressure. Kills body lice and hair lice. Expels worms. Used in jaundice, dropsy, for the...

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