Medicinal Plants for Colds and Flu
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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
1000 plants and remedies
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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
Medicinal Plants and Dental Hygiene
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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
Medicinal Plants for Wounds, Cuts and Burns
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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
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