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11/03/17
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BayBean Canavalia rosea
It's a staple of Ayurvedic medicine pratices. It's prized for its anti-inflammatory, anti-tumor, anti-stress, antioxidant, mind-boosting, immune boosting and general rejuvenating properties. That's only a short list...

11/03/17
Licorice
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Licorice can be used in home made vicks vapo infusions. Basically a tea or decoction is made out of Mint, Licorice, and Echinacea and then added to the machine. It's pretty rad!






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Psyllium

Psyllium contains mucilage and other beneficial phytochemicals. The drug companies have most likely capitolised on this. I believe this because there happens to be an non-prescription drug called "Mucinex" thats used for all the same things that mucilage containing botanicals are used for, and the name sounds all too similar. It has some scientific inquiry and an entire branch of chemistry to indicate its effectiveness as well. Learn more here!



Prickly Poppy ( Prickly Pear ) Aremon mexicana

The Prickly Poppy is prized by Native Americans. It was traditionally used to treat pain, and offers many other medicinal properties. Back in the day before man made immitations that induced ill side effects, nature was the only way. There's a lot more to these little known cacti though, and you'll enjoy what you find out about them. Read more about the Prickly Pear here.


Plants That Contain Caffeine

This is an excellent article on some plants you've probably never heard of which contain caffeine. The different chemical makeup of each one of these makes them unique in their own way. Not to mention, different species means different medicinal qualities. Just don't over do it with this stuff and fry your adrenal glands please. Read the article here!



Plant Intelligence DNA Phytochemicals

This is an article I wrote on naturally occuring intelligence, DNA, and phytochemicals. It discusses the correlation between all of the above. If you are at all interested in naturally occuring compounds in the body, food, or botanical life, then you may learn a thing or two from this writing. I hope you do at least. :) Read the article here.



Pine Tree; Pinus elliottii

Pine trees, belive it or not, have been researched by phytochemist. The Native Americans use them for the following: Acne, Anemia, Boils, Burns, Chicken Pox, Colds, as a Deodorant, Fevers, the Flu, Gangrene, Hives, Impetigo, Pleurisy, Pneumonia, Respiratory Ailments, Ulcers, and Vitamin Deficiencies. Read more about it here.



Peruvian Torch Cactus

The Peruvian torch originates from Peru, hints the name. It's very closely related to San Pedro, and is grown and adored by cactus enthusiast around the world. People interested in San Pedro, are also interested in the Peruvian Torch. Read more about it here.



Periwinkle

This plant is a natural source of a chemical that can be synthesized into "vinpocetine". Vinpocetine is used as an alternative method for treating aging minds. It was first isolated from the Periwinkle in 1975 by a Hungarian chemist named Csaba Szántay. Read more about Periwinkle here.



Pennyroyal

Pennyroyal is a member of the Mint family. The ancient Greeks and Romans used Pennyroyal as a common cooking herb. It was also mixed in with wine for its flavor. It's typically prepared in the form of a tea, or combined into infusions. It has other medicinal applications. Read more about Pennyroyal here.


Peppermint

Peppermint is a natural source of Menthol. It's used to flavor candies, in cough drops and other over-the-counter medicines, as an additive in cigarettes, and even in vicks vapo-rub. It has medicinal qualities and is beneficial for the stomach and GI tract. Read more about it here.



Paudarco; Tabebuia impetiginosa

Paudarco is mentioned in many medicinal text. It's considered a general healing herb, being good for the immune system, detoxification, etc. There is evidence that it may be effective against cancer as well. Read more about Paudarco here.



Patchouli leaf

It's a very popular ingredient in incense throughout Asia. It's also said to be a powerful antidote for venomous snakebites. In ancient Chinese medicine it's used to treat headaches, colds, nausea, and abdominal pain. Read more about Patchouli here.


Passion flower; Passiflora incarnata

Passion flower is a gem to Native Americans. It contains phytochemicals of the harmala family, and passiflorine. This means that it shares the same active MAOI alkaloids as Ayahuasca vine, only not as much.Read more about Passion flower here.



Papayaleaf

Papaya leaf contains more vitamin c than the fruit itself! It contains other pharmacological phytochemicals as well. Read more about Papaya leaf here.



Panther Amanita Mushrooms

Pantherina mushrooms are a form of Amanitas, related to the Fly agaric strain. The active alkaloid muscimol is an oneirogen. Great caution must be used with these mushrooms. They are however, a major interest to ethnobotanist, and phytochemist. Learn much more about Panther amanitas here.



Palo santo

Palo Santo is a natural incense, and has been used in Ayahuasca ceremonies. It's often been referred to as "holy wood", indicated its sacredness as a plant ally. Learn more about Palo Santo here!



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