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Umckaloabo Pelargonium sidoides
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Umckaloabo - Pelargonium sidoides has been used as a natural alternative to antibiotics. It also has a reputation in its home land as an analgesic, being able to relief pain.

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Kratom is a natural herbal remedy for opiate withdrawl, pain, anxiety, and mood. It works just like opiates without any additives. It produces phytochemicals which bind to opioid receptor sites.








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Blessed Thistle Benefits Cnicus benedictus

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blessed Thistle Cnicus Benedictus


               The name Blessed Thistle likely came from the idea that the plant itself is a blessing. Its history of medicinal use is evidence of this ideology. It's scientifically referred to as Cnicus benedictus. It's no wonder people prefer the common nickname over the scientific tongue twister of a name. This herb has been utilized as a "galactogogue."

Galactogogue is a term used to label any substance that promotes lactation in humans and other animals. There is science behind these species. Its active ingredient is a compound known as "Cnicin". Cnicin is a naturally occurring chemical that exist within the organic material. It's produced by the plant using the suns energy, water, and air. A crude extract of it contains about .2% cnicin. In Ontarioa Canada it's use is suggested by public health nurses as well as the Canadian Breastfeeding Foundation. Another fascinating wonder known as fenugreek is also suggested for increasing lactation in nursing mothers.

It's also used in holistic medicine to treat digestive ailments caused from insufficient secretion of stomach acid. Today, herbalist agree that it's helpful for loss of appetite, upset stomach, and gas. It's often suggested to use it before the symptoms occur in order to prevent them. It has also been shown to be an antibacterial agent. Finally, it's also suggested to normalize the menstrual cycle, amenorrhea, and the absence of menstruation after the onset of the cycle. It may show promise with the following: Helping regulate menstrual cycle, treating liver problems, improving appetite, lowering fevers, and stopping bleeding.

               Precautions: Although this wonderful gift is suggested for increasing lactation, it's advised not to be used during pregnancy. People with allergic reactions to artichokes should avoid the use of this one. Anyone considering using alternative medicine should consult a healthcare provider before use. These treatment methods can interfere with prescription medications. Pharmaceuticals and botanicals generally do not mix well and should not be combined without thorough research and permission from a trained healthcare provider.

Herbal medicine has been studied by University students around the globe. In fact, a lot of the modern medicines people use today are derived from botanicals. A few examples of this include Morphine, Aspirin, and Penicilin. Morphine is extracted from the Opium Poppy. Aspirin is made from an acid found in the back of the White Willow Tree. Finally, Penicilin is made from a fungus that grows on oranges!

Like any other botanical, it should be embraced by science, phytochemistry, and other critical areas of research. I see no reason why society should not fully embrace these sacred and historic remedies. They have been utilized for centuries with many success stories. Today, these remedies are being researched more so than ever. We do know about chemicals found within them, and their actions and effects. The breakthroughs that these gifts could lead us to may be endless. Let us respect, and embrace the study of these gifts and not deny the fact that they are indeed medicines.

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