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Henbane has been historically known for its folk lore attribution to assist in astral projection. It's considered a poison that can be used as a medicine. It really stands out from most ethnobotanicals because it should only be used by highly trained professionals. Again, it's not to be taken lightly or consumed by those who are not familiar with it. Henbane can be fatal. When used in precise dosages, it can be used as a medicine. Read More
Hops is used in infusions for dealing with insomnia, anxiety, and other ailments that Cannabis is considerd good for. It has many so many medicinal properties that I can't fit them all into this short preview section.. The plant is closely related to Cannabis (Marijuana) and even has a similar aroma. While it does not contain THC, it has many other pharmacological alkaloids. In general, it's a calming sedative. Discover More
Horsetail is a well known medicinal plant that's use dates back centuries. The herbs used as a diuretic, a sedative, and anticonvulsant. This means that its medicinal properties stimulate the production of urine, help calm the patient, and suppress convulsion-like responses. It also cleanses the bladder from threatening bacteria. Horsetail is also rich in potassium, and calcium, making it useful for those lacking in those as well. Continue reading..
Herbalist use it for treating indigestion, small infections, and to assist an individual in loosing weight. It's very popular in South Afirca, as are many other natural remedies. It's also loaded with vitamins and minerals adding to its medicinal properties. It should be consumed with adequate amounts of water. What makes it stand out from typical herbs, is that it's actually a cactus.Read More!
Hyssop has a lot of beneficial phytochemicals and properties. It's use for digestive complaints, liver and gallbladder conditions, intestinal pain, colic and loss of appetite. The herb has expectorant properties. This means that it's good for respiratory ailments such as coughs, the common cold, infections, sore throat, and asthma. This makes it a lot like Great Mullein, and ColtsfootFind out much more about Hyssop here.
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