BayBean Canavalia rosea Bay Bean was traditionally smoked for a mellowing effect. This is a rare ethnobotanical that you will not find for grabs often. Some of it's other names are; beach-bean, jackbean, maunaloa, puakauhi, wonderbean, and Friol de Playa.
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Many people are unaware that more than just the fruit of plants has health benefits. To herbalist, raspberry leaf is used for many things including canker sores, to cold sores, gingivitis, anemia, leg cramps, diarrhea(gross dude), morning sickness in pregnant women, and as a uterine relaxant. This is only the beginning. Learn more about Raspberry leaf here.
Red Clover has been a traditional medicine for ages. It's been used for cancer, whooping cough, respiratory problems, skin inflammations, psoriasis and eczema, and much more. It also has the following properties, deobstruent, antispasmodic, expectorant, sedative, anti-inflammatory and antidermatosis, to name a few. The phytochemicals inside the plant are very fascinating. Read more about Red Clover here
Red Larkspur is a psychedelic ( hallucinogenic ) plant that was and is still used by Native Americans. It's toxic, and potentially very dangerous. Never the less, I found it worthy of being added to this database. It's very rarely mentioned, and only a few people in the west even know about it. No one knows this plant like the Native Americans. Read more about Red Larkspur here.
Rose hips have more than just ornamental value, they are also chalked full of beneficial chemicals, including typical vitamins. They have found their way in the hands of herbalist around the world, and are a favorite among many alternative practicioners. Rose hips have way more vitamin C in them than an orange. There are several other plants out there that surpass fruit when it comes to vitamin c too. Read more about Rose Hips here
Just like the Rose hips, Rose petals are not just ornamental or symbolic. To natural practitioners, they are a gold mine of pharmacological value. Phytochemist also understand that scientifically, these plants are medicine. A few of the medicinal qualities of Rose petals include: as an herbal rejuvenating tonic, to treat internal asthma, high blood pressure, bronchitis, slow circulation, dysmenorrhea, cough, fever, fluid retention, indigestion, insomnia, palpitation, stress and urinary traction infections, and in perfumes & essential oils. Read much more about Rose petals and their medicinal properties here.
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