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Elephant Head ( Pedicularis groenlandica ) is almost identical to Indian Warrior ( Pedicularis densiflora ). Both are closely related as indicated by their scientific names. P. densiflora was prized by Native Americans, as well as the P. groenlandica strain. They utilized these plants for their believed immune boosting properties, as well as the supposed ability to relieve anger(see also Chamomile), anxiety, muscle tension, and as a sedative narcotic, tranquilizer, and to help induce sleep. Man I need some of this stuff for when people make me mad. How much is it? lol


A Native American friend of mine shared with me a recipe that she made using Elephant Head. She took Lemon Balm, Pedicularis groenlandica, fresh chamomile, and LAVENDER believe it or not, and combined it with Indian warrior which is groenlandica densiflora. She told me it was used for sleep and to rid negative energy from the blood and body ( cortisol, stress, anger, sadness ). I decided to wait until it was time for bed to try it. It made me feel very comfortable and seemed to be an easy way to enhance the quietness of my mind. I think it would be great in moderation for meditation or relaxation. I'm very grateful to have friends who know so much about medicinal plants.


Several varieties of the Peducularis botanical have been studied by phytochemist. P. sibthorpii and P. wilhelmsiana are two specific strains that I will discuss in this section. It was discovered by academic researchers that they produce some important poly-phenols and flavonoids (antioxidant). Polyphenols work to prevent microbial infections in plants. They also seem to appear in lots of other immune boosting herbals as well. Generally, researchers discover vast quantities of these phytochemicals. In a nutshell, the historic reputation these plants have as powerful healing agents is in fact scientifically sound.


Pedicularis groenlandica, or Elephant Head, grows in bogs and damp meadows from E. Transbaikalia to the Pacific coast. I speculate that there be a relationship between where plants grow, and their use. You know, a friend of mine once told me that in some cultures water was considered symbolic of our emotions, probably because we are mostly made of water. Dr. Emotto also believed this. So from experience in reading, writing, and studying these plants, I think It's safe to say I have noticed a pattern of ethnobotanicals which grow in or around water and their use for dealing with emotions, and possible ailments caused from fowl emotions. Always talk with a doctor first though.


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