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The Toothache plant obtained its common name from its most common use. When chewed, it produces a numbing sensation, like that of Kava Kava. In medical terminology, this effect is refereed to as an anesthetic. It's useful for more than toothaches though, having a wide range of medicinal properties. We know this for a fact because scientist have studied the complex pharmacology of its chemical components, only to discover that they are better than anything man can create. We owe all thanks and praise to the Most High God. I personally became interested in it with the idea of making home made herbal salves and mouth washes. I took some pure menthol, added stevia for artificial sweetness ( because it's a mouth wash we don't want real sugar ), and added Kava extract along with Acmella oleracea tincture!
For stammering, toothache, and stomatitis, a decoction of infusion of the leaves and flowers is prepared. It has diuretic properties as well. A diuretic is something that stimulates the production of urine. The toothache plant increases the production of saliva. Maybe this could help cure cotton mouth ;) Different varieties have shown many other medicinal properties including: immunomodulatory, antiviral, insecticidal, antimalarial, antioxidant, antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, and antimutangenic. After discovering these facts, me and a really cool Native American friend of mine made our own mouth wash out of it, and peppermint!
Acmella oleracea Phytochemistry
Phytochemistry is the study of phytochemicals that are made within plants, as designed by the creator. Of course, most scientist don't acknowledge the creator, even tho the science indicates a superior intelligence to our own. As it turns out, human beings are not the most advanced chemist on the planet. We learn from plants that have been around way before we were. They don't need solvents and college to do what they do either. Nothing but organic resources made available by their environment along with sunlight, and air is needed for these botanicals to produce pharmacological constituents. It's an interesting field, and you yourself could be publishing your own scholarly journals on the subject one day!
Acmella oleracea contains fatty acid amids like spillanthol. This is whats thought to increase saliva. It also has stigmasteryl-3-O-b-D-glucopyranoside and a variety of triterpenes. You can learn much more about it using academic journals. One of many electronic databases to find such studies on plants like the Toothache plant (acmella oleracea) is Google Scholar. You would be amazed to find out how many lies people believe because they are popular and trendy. This idea that "we don't know enough about it yet", is a far right narrative. The bad guys want everything controlled because of their lust for money and power and control.
Growing Your Own Live Toothache Plant
The seeds can be sowed in a damp compost. They will sprout in a few weeks. Perlite in the compost helps. They like full sun and plenty of water. There is such a thing as over-watering though. Don't water your Toothache plant until the soil is dry. Only a seed will need soil that stays wet until it's established enough to do without for a bit. If you live in the Southern United States, you'll want to pretend like "full sun" means only half of the day.. I like to put my plants in an area where they get shade and only get direct sunlight during certain parts of the day. You could purchase one below and skip this step. Your purchase helps keep me and this site alive.
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