Neem is the toothbrush tree. Cloves have eugenol, eugenol is/was used externally by dentists for its antiseptic and pain relieving ability. Drip a little fresh Noni/Kura juice on a toothache. Myrrh... More > is used for gingivitis. Use chewing gum with Mastic Tree resin, it's supposed to freshen the breath and tighten the gums.< Less
The following is a hardcopy of seven E-books, minus the Fiji/Tropical information.
Medicinal Plants for Colds and Flu.
Medicinal Plants for Cancers and Tumors.
Medicinal Plants for... More > Diabetes.
Medicinal Plants and Heart Health.
Medicinal Plants and Viruses.
Medicinal Plants for Wounds, Cuts and Burns.
Medicinal Plants and Dental Hygiene.< Less
An updated index of over 1000 plants. I researched two very well documented sources and created an index of ailments and associated plants. Every mention of a specific virus or bacteria is included... More > in an alphabetized list with the corresponding plant. Creating an index from scratch opens up new options for medicinal uses of plants.< Less
Fifty five plants are listed with a short description of beneficial effects related to diabetes. A few common ones are Ginger, Grape, Beans, Ginseng, Pumpkin, Oats and Flax. A few not so common... More > include Bitter Melon, Neem (Indian People's Pharmacy) and Quava. This is a good place to start on the road to nutritional health.< Less
More than 90 plants are listed with a short description of beneficial effects related to cancers and tumors. A few common ones are Ginger, Grape, Beans, Ginseng, Clove, Chamomile, Horseradish,... More > Turmeric, Oregano and Green Tea. A few not so common include Dogodogo, Tropical Almond, Gotu Kola and Burdock. Eat healthy and be healthy.< Less
Lavender was used up to WWI to disinfect wounds. Aloe is effective against 4 MRSA strains of Staph aureus. Dried Bamboo leaf mixed with a little coconut for burns. Black Currant for insect bites.... More > Boil some Slippery Elm , make a paste and apply to wounds. Noni or Kura leaves for wounds or boils, from personal experience the young leaves work best.< Less
You find one or two studies on the heart about every year. Next year the information will change or tell you something new. I condensed the information and tried to make it readable. Artichoke,... More > Garlic, Ginger, Green Tea, Oats, Tomato, Onion, Flax, Wheat Germ Oil, Rosemary and Sage. These are some of the familiar plants that are beneficial to your heart. Or try a Lavender bath for circulatory disorders. Good for your heart, good for you.< Less
Medicinal Plants and Viruses - How many antiviral plants are there? Are any effective against a specific ailment? I researched the information and included it in this book. MERS is too new to have... More > any documented research. SARS has one study with one plant listed. Download the preview for free. You will get the entire list of antiviral plants and find out that Licorice is a good candidate for SARS.< Less
Elderberry Juice! That's it, you don't need anything else.... Well, Thyme is Commission E approved for Coughs and Bronchitis, you could add some fresh Thyme to your Chicken soup along with a little... More > Commission E approved Onion. Maybe a little Garlic. Radish Honey juice for Whooping Cough sounds a little far fetched so I won't mention it. But the Teas, a little Anise or Clove with some Mint and Honey.< Less