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Watercress, Nasturtium officinale uses and picture
... specific in the treatment of tuberculosis. The freshly pressed juice has been used internally and externally in the treatment of chest and kidney complaints. A medicinal poultice of the leaves is ... it to keep them healthy. The Greeks additionally believed that "Eating cress makes one witty". Applied externally, it has a long-standing reputation as an effective hair tonic, helping to promote the ...
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Tico Ethnobotanical Dictionary -- O
... . Among the Ailigandi Cuna and Colombian curanderos, the leaves, used for seasoning, are macerated and applied externally for headache (!). The juice of the plant is used to treat earache. OCIMUM sp.: Albaca ...
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botanical.com - A Modern Herbal | Cyclamen, Ivy-Leaved - Herb Profile and Information
... saponin. ---Medicinal Action and Uses---A homoeopathic tincture is made from the fresh root, which applied externally as a liniment over the bowels causes purging. Old writers tell us that Sowbread baked ...
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botanical.com - A Modern Herbal | Azadirachta - Herb Profile and Information
... burning, that from the bark is used medicinally and is anthelmintic and emetic; it is applied externally for rheumatism. The decoction of Azadirachta is said to be cathartic and in large doses ...
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Arnica cordifolia... Heartleaf Arnica
... : perennial; stems 1 to few, unbranched, 10-50 cm. Traditionally the plant was mashed and applied externally to swellings, cuts and bruises by the Thompson. Habitat: Common in woods from foothills to ...
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Valeriana sitchensis... Sitka Valarian
... the dried, powdered roots were also smoked by the Thompson. A poultice of roots was applied externally to cuts, bruises, and inflamations by the Okanagan and the Thompson. Habitat: moist meadows at ...
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Medicinal Herbs
... all parts of fresh violets is an active disinfectant and tissue solvent. and can be applied externally to soften hard skin, corns and warts. It is also fungicidal. Vitamins C and A ... the benefits, now to the warnings: some people are susceptible to dermatitis from the leaf externally (internally no known toxicity). Large doses of the roots or seeds (from the true flowers ...
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... eaten to relieve hoarseness. Solidago altissima L. (goldenrod) The root was pulverized and moistened and applied as a poultice for boils. Flowers used for burns, and other sores. Solidago flexicaulis L ... also applied externally, hot, to relieve stomach cramps. The root was mixed with cold water and drunk to stop bleeding from the mouth due to wounds. Root mixed with bear grease and applied ...
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Matricaria recutita German Chamomile
... your hair. Recently there has been some evidence that a preparation made with chamomile and applied externally is good for eczema and sore itchy skin, which seems odd because the fresh plant ...
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Lilium philadelphicum - Plants For A Future database report
... [222, 257]. The crushed bulb is applied externally as a poultice to swellings, bruises, wounds, sores etc[222, 257]. A poultice of the flowers is applied to spider bites[222]. Other Uses None ...
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