Medicinal Pennyroyal Mentha pulegium
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Pennyroyal (Mentha pulegium)
The ancient Greeks and Romans used Pennyroyal as a common cooking herb. It was also added to wine for its flavor. It's typically prepared in the form of a tea, or added to infusions. Early settlers used it to eradicate pests. It has been traditionally applied as a natural remedy to stimulate the menstrual flow. Upset stomach, and flatulence relief are also improved by its arsenal of benefits. It's also in the mint family. Herbalists suggest that it's useful in cases of spasms, hysteria, flatulence, and sickness.
Although the FDA will not evaluate or approve natural remedies, research has been conducted by others. University students and graduates around the globe who study phytochemistry know for a fact that these botanicals produce highly sophisticated organic compounds. It's not that human beings are more intelligent than plants. The fact is that human beings learn from these plants.
Anyone who conducts the scholarly research will discover that modern medicine could not exist without the study of phytochemicals created by plants. There isn't a single human chemist on the planet that can use the suns energy, and the biospheres water and air, to manufacture pharmacological compounds. Plants on the other hand, have accomplished this for billions of years.
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