Medicinal Herbs In Alphabetical Order [Section B2]
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This striking plant is yet another member of the Mint family. It has been used in the alternative treatment of everything from premenstrual syndrome, to breast pain, nervousness, insomnia,
bleeding, and reduction of the prolactin hormone.
Schwing! Bulrush, or "Love Reed" is another Aphrodisiac. Aphrodisiacs are plants or substances that increase sexual desire, stamina, and pleasure. Like many other sacred plants used by human kind for centuries, Typha Capensis originates from Southern Africa.
Bupleurum root was a favorite among ancient Chinese medicine. It was used from everything for treating fevers to chest congestion. It is considered mostly a feminine herb, being useful for body pains associated with PMS.
This striking biennial was prized among Native Americans. It's primary use is to stimulate the release of gastric juices and aid in digestion. It also has positive effects on skin, helping to relieve irritation and discomfort. Studies conducted on animals have shown that Burdock may also help protect the liver. It also has anti-inflammatory properties and is chalked full of antioxidants. In traditional herbal medicine, it's considered a powerful blood purifier.
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Learn the truth about some dangerous plants used by wicked people and often sold and mis-marketed online as "legal highs" or "psychedelics", when in reality they are dilerants, and potentially deadly poisons. These facts are detailed in the ethnobotanical section of this website. Such plants include deadly nightshade, datura, henbane, and others. A lot of other plants offer miraculous medicinal potential with zero toxcicity, so chose them. Eat of the tree of life, not the tree of death. Anyway, the ethnobotanical section typially list these types of plants, and others that some may find controversial, not all are bad in this section, but a lot are at least potentially dangerous.