Herbal Remedies



Coca Leaf ( Erythroxylaceae )
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Coca leaf tea is barely legal because it has been decocainized. It can still lead one to test positive for cocaine on a drug test so use caution!


Myrrh
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Myrrh is used in various forms of alternative healing practices. It's commonly suggested for oral hygeine, and internally for a blood purifier.




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Saw Palmetto Berry [ Serenoa repens ]

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Organic Saw Palmetto Berry (Serenoa repens)

Medicinal properties and applications: Diuretic, sperm stimulant, breast enlarger, expectorant, to relieve urinary symptoms, help combat urinary problems related to enlarged prostate, anti-allergenic & anti-inflammatory.(Swerdlow 2000 327,330,382)


Prostate Health & Infections

          Saw Palmetto is a natural remedy that is used to treat prostate infections, to gently stimulate urination which helps flush out microorganisms, and to treat genital, urinary tract, and reproductive system issues. It's been widely researched for its benefits. It's even believed to be an aphrodisiac, meaning that its benefits and qualities may improve your ability to get the blood flowing to the proper areas. Nothing is a better aphrodisiac than actually being with someone you truly care for though. Scientifically however, it works to stimulate blood flow to the area that matters, which is the point.


Benefits


First off, there have been some studies conducted on Saw Palmetto and its benefits, aside from the phytochemical analysis done in labs. Studies show that Saw Palmetto extracts have anti-allergenic & Anti-inflammatory properties.(Swerdlow 2000 330) A tincture or home made extract may prove more effective than reglar tea. Its also used to help combat problems caused from an enlarged prostate, and other prostate related ailments.(Swerdlow 2000 327) Again, these medicinal properties are thanks to the pharmacological compounds that plants such as this one create. Each constituent has its own array of medicinal and/or psychoactive qualities, thus giving the herb its power.


Phytochemistry is a branch of science that peers beneath the surface of natural remedies to research the chemicals they produce and the benefits that they yield. These phytochemicals are what gives the herbal tea and natural medicines their healing potential. Many phytochemicals produced by plants are extracted and sold by big pharmaceutical companies. Nature does not get the credit that it deserves. The fruits of Saw Palemetto are also loaded with fatty acids and phytosterols. Extracts are of great interest to researchers looking to treat BPH ( Benign prostatic hyerplasia). Learn More It's also important to realize that making your own tinctures, teas, decoctions, and spagyrics can yeild a much higher quality medicine in the end, and save you big bucks.


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References:

[1] Swerdlow, Joel L. Nature's Medicine: Plants That Heal. Washington, D.C.: National Geographic Society, 2000. Print.

[2] Bouncing Bear

Other Resources:

Serenoa. (2014, October 25). In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 19:51, November 13, 2014, from http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Serenoa&oldid=631102444



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