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THE FELFOLDIS:

MEDICAL HERBAL
ENCYCLOPIDIA

BY

GEORGE FELFOLDI, D.D., Ph.D.

Copyright 2007
THE FELFOLDIS:
MEDICAL HERBAL
ENCYCLOPEDIA
COPYRIGHT INFORMATION

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED

NO PART of this book may be reproduced in any


way, with permission in writing from the Author
or from the Publisher.

All information that is contained here in this book


is for information purposes only. George
Felfoldi is cannot be held responsible for the
application of said information, weather it is
consequential or inconsequential, for personal loss
or gain, for financial loss or gain, for material
loss or gain.

The SOLE RESPONSIBILITY for the application


of the information, that is contained
here in this book remains with the
reader and user of this
information

Copyright 2007, George Felfoldi


TABLE OF CONTENTS
Title Page
Subtitle Page
Copyright Information
Table Of Contents
Dedication
Special Thanks
About the Author
Other Books By The Author

Chapter 1
Introduction To Herbs
Directory

Chapter 2
Herbs For Ailments
References
Comments Are Welcomed
DEDICATION
I would like to dedicate this book
to my wife BETTYANN FELFOLDI
for getting me started
on herbs.

And also to all


the people around the world,
who love these
special and wonderful herbs.
SPECIAL THANKS
I would like to thank all the people,
friends and companies, that has helped
me in the process of putting this
book together. And also all the individuals
that I have failed to mention.

BETTYANN FELFOLDI
DR. P. K. FUNG
Toronto Public Library System

Thank You All.


ABOUT THE AUTHOR

DR. GEORGE FELFOLDI

Is an Independent Baptist Minister,


A musician, and an Author,
who is a native of Toronto, Canada.
George holds several doctors degrees in
eight different fields of study and
has written several books on:
Health, Eye Health, Sex, Solar Power,
Occult, Herbals, Religion, Ships,
and also Poetry and Lyrics.
George is married and
has four grown
children.
OTHER BOOKS BY THE AUTHOR
2006

Katoomba-Columbia
The Powers Of Garlic
Meaning Of New Birth
Speaking To God Through Prayers
Ginger The Herb And Root Guide
The Complete Book On Angels
Chamomile The Healing Herb
The Healing Powers Of Aloe Vera
The Healing Powers Of Cranberry
The Healing Powers Of Seaweed And Algae
The Spiritual Key To Healing
The Healing Powers Of Pomegranate

2007

The Healing Powers Of Blueberries


AMD - Age-related Macular Degeneration
A Modern Look At Solar Power
The Healing Powers Of Oregano
The Healing Powers Of Coconuts
The Book Of Spells :White Magic Vs. Black Magic
The Healing Powers Of Cherries
Experimenting With The G-Spot
Sex Magic
The Images Of God
The Healing Powers Of Thistles
The Felfoldis :Medical Herbal Encyclopedia
CHAPTER 1
INTRODUCTION TO HERBS
Herbalism and medicine, also known as alchemy, remained
as one until the seventeenth century. The seventeenth
century brought about a change when it became a crime
to practice alchemy.

Mankind still needed treatment for illnesses so medicine


alone began to be practiced. This was accomplished by
ignoring traditional herbalism with its lore sometimes
steeped in mysticism and concentrating on medicine alone.

The new books produced from this time on dealt with


either medicine or botany. The books on botany dealt
only with the physical descriptions and classifications
of herbs. All the medical books ignored the medicinal
properties of plants, and plant lore.

Before this schism occurred an herbal had been the


combination of the medicinal properties of herbs,
traditional plant lore, as well as their botanical
classification.

This previous tradition of combining herbalism with


medicine had been used from the time of the Saxons
down to the time of Culpepper the herbalist.

Nicholas Culpeppper, published the `Physical Directory'


in 1649, which drew down on him a folly of furious
verbal attacks from the College of Physicians. It was
from that time forward the gap between herbalism and
medicine truly began.

Only plants which have poisonous properties remained


in the listings of pharmacopoeias. This was mainly a
ploy to scare curious would-be herbalists or potential
patients into seeing how dangerous herbs were. The
poisonous plant listings were few and the beneficial
herbs numbering in the hundreds were ignored.

The demise of traditional herbalism brought about a


great loss to mankind in that many natural medicines
which could have otherwise either cured or prevented
disease was lost.

The wonderful benefits of herbs were buried for a time


through the centuries, however; serious modern day

herbalists realized that herbalism must be revived!


Nowadays, information on herbs with their folklore
intact, is beginning to become available to the

general population. There are many good books on


the market which will give you the folklore, much
of which does deal with mystism and astrology. You
can obtain this type of book almost anywhere.

This herbal, however; was created to give back to


mankind, something which has long been unavailable!
This book deals with only the medical aspects of

herbs and gives correct preparation and dosage


information for each herb. Individual herbs, grouped
together on one page, called Plates, are available for
online viewing while you are reading this herbal.

It used to be a crime to practice herbalism, today it


is not. Traditional medicine still opposes herbalism
for the most part, yet the right to practice herbalism
is still a matter of free choice.

Tradition medicine's objection to herbalism is essentially


an objection of taking business from their place of
establishment! Herbalists and the general public which
takes an interest in herbs are bombarded with mind-playing
remarks by traditional medicine such as:

"Oh! Go ahead! Take herbs if you want! As long as


you think it will do you good, it probably will. The
mind can do amazing things!" Sound familiar? These
smooth opposers of herbalism remain in the guise as a
trusted friend. The result is that sometimes you may
actually fall for this line and not receive the natural
benefit to your health!

When all things boil down, yes, traditional medicine


has its place, however; herbalism has its place also!

All too often medical practitioners have not studied


herbalism, so how can they be a competent judge of
what will work in another area of medicine, and what
will not? Medical practitioners who do take the time
to study herbalism, most often never go back to practicing
strictly traditional medicine!

On the other hand, many herbalist have studied medicine.

Your health is YOUR responsibility, and decisions


made about YOUR body are up to YOU!

When in need of medicine, shop around for professional


health care, the same as you would shop around for the

right lawyer, dentist, or mechanic. You are entrusting


your welfare to these types of people, so it is good to
`read the label' before spending your money!
DIRECTORY

This is provided as handy means of finding out what specific


herbal terms mean. To acquaint you with the language of medicinal
herbal preparation. We hope you can put this glossary to good use
in your alternative medicinal preparation and use.

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ABORTIFACIENT: Induces or causes premature expulsion of a


fetus.
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ACRID: Has a biting taste or causes heat and irritation when
applied to the skin.
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ADJUVANT: An herb used to aid the effect of a principal
ingredient when added to a mixture.
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ALTERATIVE: A vague term to indicate a substance which alters a
condition by producing a gradual change toward the
restoration to health.
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ANALGESIC: Relieves or diminishes pain; anodyne.
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ANAPHRODISIAC: Reduces sexual desire or potency.
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ANODYNE: Eases pain.
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ANTHELMINTIC: Expels or destroys intestinal worms.
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ANTIBIOTIC: Destroys or arrests the growth of micro-organisms.
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ANTICOAGULANT: Prevents clotting in blood, or liquid.
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ANTIDOTE: Agents which counteract or destroy the effects of poison
or other medicines.
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ANTIEMETIC: Counteracts nausea and stops vomiting.
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ANTIHYDROTIC: Reduces or supresses perspiration.
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ANTILITHIC: Reduces or supresses urinary stones and will
dissolve existing stones and gravels.
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ANTIPERIODIC: Counteracts periodic or intermittent diseases
such as malaria.
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ANTIPHLOGISTIC: Reduces inflammation.
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ANTIPYRETIC: Prevents or reduces fever.
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ANTISCORBUTIC: Counteracts scurvy.
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ANTISCROFULOUS: Counteracts scrofula.
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ANTISEPTIC: Destroys or inhibits bacteria.
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ANTISPASMODIC: Prevents or allays spasms or cramps.
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ANTITUSSIVE: Relieves coughing.
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APHRODISIAC: Stimulates the sex organs.
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APERIENT: Herbal agents that are mild laxatives to the intestines,
being gentle in peristaltic action.
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APPETIZER: Stimulates the appetite.
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AROMATIC: Agents which emit a fragrant smell and produce a pungent
taste. Used chiefly to make other medicines more palatable.
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ASTRINGENT: Causes contraction of tissues.
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BALSAMIC: A healing or soothing agent.
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BITTER TONIC: Bitter tasting properties which stimulate the flow
of saliva and gastric juice. Used to increase the appetite
and aid the process of digestion.
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CARDIAC: Agents which have an effect on the heart.
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CARMINATIVE: Expels gas from the stomach, intestines or bowels.
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CATHARTIC: Causes evacuation from the bowels. There are different
types of cathartics. Aperient or laxatives are mild and
gentle in their actions. Purgatives are powerful and
produce copious evacuations and are used only by adults
afflicted with stubborn conditions.
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CAUSTIC: Acts as a laxative to empty the bowels.
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CHOLAGOGUE: Increases the flow of bile and promotes it's ejection.
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CORDIAL: Invigorating and stimulating.
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COUNTERIRRITANT: Agents applied to the skin to produce an
irritation for the purpose of counteracting a deep
inflammation.
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DEMULCENT: Soothing, bland. Used to relieve internal
inflammations.
Provides a protective coating and allays irritation of
the membranes.
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DEODORANT: Destroys or masks odors.
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DEPRESSANT: Eases nervousness or functional activity.
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DEPURATIVE: A purifying agent.
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DETERGENT: Cleansing.
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DIGESTIVE: Aids digestion.
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DIAPHORETICS: Herbal agents that increase eliminative secretions
through the sweat glands, thus facilitation elimination
of toxic and accumulative waste matter.
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DISINFECTANT: Cleans infection by destroying or inhibiting
harmful micro-organisms.
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DIURETICS: Herbal agents that promote secretions of the urinary
system, increasing toxic elimination and accumulative
matter along with excess water.
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EMETICS: Herbal agents that cause evacuation of the stomach
contents via induced vomiting and are usually anti-poisonous.
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EMMENAGOGUES: Herbal agents that act upon the reproductive system
by strengthening and balancing the cellular tissues by
regulating the body's hormonal flow.
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EMOLLIENTS: Herbal agents that soothe and soften the external skin
surfaces and promote healing by removing foreign toxic
matter through absorption.
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ERRHINE: Substances which, when applied to the lining membrane of
nostrils, creates a discharge of mucous.
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EUPHORIANT: Produces an abnormal sense of vigor and buoyancy.
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EPISPASTICS: Causes blisters, when applied to the surface of the
body, and causes sloughing.
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EXANTHEMATOUS: Pertains to skin eruptions or skin diseases.
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EXPECTORANTS: Herbal agents that act upon the mucosal membranes of
the respiratory tract, facilitating catarrhal
discharge, by rendering them less viscid.
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FEBRIFUGE: Reduces fever.
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GALACTAGOGUE: Promotes the secretion of milk from the nursing
breast.
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GERMICIDE: Destructive to germs.
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HALLUCINOGEN: Produces hallucinations.
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HEMOSTATIC: Capable of slowing down or stopping hemorrhage.
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HEPATIC: Acts on the liver.
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HYDRAGOGUE: Purgative that will produces large amounts of
watery discharge.
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HYPNOTIC: Capable of inducing sleep.
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INVIGORANT: A strengthening agent.
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IRRITANT: Capable of producing local inflammatory reaction.
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LAXATIVE: Causes the bowels to act.
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MUCILAGINOUS: Emits a soothing quality to inflamed parts.
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NARCOTICS: Herbal agents that have a sedative effect by
diminishing
the action of the nervous system and vascular system.
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NAUSEANT: Produces the tendency to vomit.
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NEPHRITIC: Applies to diseases of the kidneys.
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NERVINES: Herbal agents that regenerate the entire nervous system,
having a calming effect, by altering deranged nervous
tissues and neutralizing toxins, that cause irritation of
the nerve fibers.
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NUTRIENT or NUTRITIVE: Nourishing.
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OXYTOCIC: Capable of producing uterine contractions
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PECTORAL: Relieves affections of the chest and lungs.
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POISON: Harmful, destructive, or fatal.
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PURGATIVE: Causes copious evacuations from the bowels. More
drastic
than laxatives or aperient, and are generally combined
with other agents to control or modify their actions.
Used only by adults.
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REACTIVATOR: Restores to a state of activity.
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REJUVENATOR: An agent which imparts renewed vigor.
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RUBEFACIENT: A substance used externally which causes redness and
increased blood supply when rubbed into the skin.
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RESTORATIVE: Restors consciousness or normal physical activity.
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SEDATIVE: Calms the nerves.
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SIALAGOGUES: Increases the flow of saliva.
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SOPORIFIC: Induces sleep.
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SPECIFIC: Agent or remedy that has a special effect on a
particular
disease.
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STIMULANTS: Equalizes circulation and regenerates the tissues of
the
arterial system.
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SUDORIFICS: Increases perspiration, thus facilitating the
elimination
of toxic waste through the skin.
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STOMACHIC: Stimulate the flow of digestive secretions and
increases
the volume.
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STYPTIC: Contracts the blood vessels and stops bleeding.
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TENIAFUGE: Expels tapeworm.
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TONICS: Tones the alimentive tract, thus correcting problems of
the
digestive system. Promotes regeneration of tissues throughout
the body.
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TOPICAL: Applied to the skin only.
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VASOCONSTRICTOR: Narrows the blood vessels and raises blood
pressure.
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VERMIFUGES: Kills and/or expels parasites or worms.


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VESICANT: Raises blisters.
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VULNERARY: Tone and heal the muscular and skeletal systems and are
often employed along with emollients as a poultice.
CHAPTER 2
HERBS FOR AILMENTS
ABSCESSES: Carrot powder (poultice), slippery elm.
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ACNE: Burdock, chaparral, parsley, echinacea, red clover, capsicum.
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AGING: Kombucha.
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ANEMIA: Alfalfa, Red beet root, yellow dock root, strawberry
leaves,
chickweed, burdock root, nettle, mullein leaves.
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APPETITE (Increases): Chamomile, ginseng, golden seal, marjoram.
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APPETITE (Decreases): Spirulina, Patchouli (combine the two).
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APOPLEXY: Black cohosh, hyssop, vervain, blue cohosh, catnip,
skullcap.
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ALCOHOLISM: Milk Thistle, cayenne, golden seal, valerian, skullcap.
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ALLERGIES: Cayenne, chaparral, grapefruit peel (powdered),
chaparral,
burdock root, golden seal.
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ARTERIOSCLEROSIS: Comfrey, evening primrose oil, cayenne, golden
seal, rose hips, garlic.
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ARTHRITIS AND RHEUMATISM: Yucca, alfalfa, chaparral, devil's claw,
burdock, mullien, agrimony, burdock,celery,
coltsfoot (lotion), garlic.
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ASTHMA: Ephedra, comfrey, nettle, powdered grapefruit peel,
mignonette (eases spasms).
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ATHLETE'S FOOT: Goldenseal, garlic, black walnut hulls, powdered
turmeric, benzoin, myrrh.
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BAD BREATH: Alfalfa, myrrh, parsley, rosemary.
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BALDNESS: Aloe vera, nettle, yarrow.
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BED WETTING: Watermelon seeds, cranberry powder.
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BITES: Cornflower (poultice or topical lotion).
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BLOOD CLEANSER: Red Clover, chaparral, dandelion, garlic, burdock,
daisy, red dock, marshmallow, honeysuckle flowers,
marigold.

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BLOOD PRESSURE (High): Cayenne, hawthorn berries, garlic, valerian
root.
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BLOOD PRESSURE (High or Low): Hawthorne berry, ginseng, kelp,
golden-
seal root, ginger root.
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BLOOD PURIFIER: Pau d'Arco, red clover, chaparral, oregan grape
root.
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BOILS: Chapparal, dandelion, red clover mullein,echinacea,
chickweed.
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To Heal BONE, FLESH AND CARTILAGE: White oak bark, comfrey root,
black walnut, scullcap.
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BOWEL (Lower) CLEANSER: Senna, cascara sagrada, golden seal root,
red raspberry.
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BREAST FEEDING (Increases milk): Alfalfa, fennel, red raspberry.
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BREAST FEEDING (Decreases milk when ready to wean): Parsley, kelp,
sage.
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BREATHING DIFFICULTIES: Powdered Grapefruit peel, ephedra, comfrey
leaves, mullein.
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BRONCHITIS: Powdered Grapefruit peel, ephedra, comfrey, eucalyptus,
chickweed tea, slippery elm, mullein, cayenne,
ginger.
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BRUISES: Daisy.
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BURNS: Burdock.
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BURSITIS: Alfalfa, chaparral, comfrey, mullein.
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CALCIUM DEFICIENCY: Horsetail, comfrey, alfalfa.
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CANKER SORES: Burdock root.
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CANCER: Pau d'Arco, rhubarb root, slippery elm, red clover, sheep
sorrel, garlic, ginseng, golden seal, burdock, yellow dock,
goose grass (tumor or skin).
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CANDIDA ALBICANS: Pau d'Arco, psyillium seed.
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CHICKEN POX: Lobelia, cayenne, red clover.
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CIRCULATION: Bayberry, cayenne, blessed thistle, gotu cola.
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COLD FEET: Cayenne, bayberry, kelp.


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COLIC: Catnip, fennel, camomile, peppermint.
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COMMON COLD: Red raspberry tea, chaparral, rose hips, honey,
garlic,
golden seal, chamomile flowers, slippery elm bark,
cayenne, peppermint, blessed thistle.
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COLDS AND FLU: red clover, raspberry tea, chaparral, rose hips,
garlic, golden seal, yarrow leaf, peppermint.
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COLITIS: Alfalfa, camomile, caraway, peppermint, plantain.
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CONSTIPATION: (Do not take during pregnancy) Aloe vera, cascara
sagrada, psyllium. (To help a nursing baby, mother:(drink
a weak licorice tea, this will pass on to baby gently).
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COUGHS: Comfrey, coltsfoot, ginseng, horehound, hyssop, myrrh,
black
cohosh, wild cherry bark, bistort, coltsfoot, elfwort,
garlic, hollyhock (makes coughing up phlegm easier).
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CONVULSIONS: Black cohosh, catnip, scullcap, valerian, hops,
hyssop.
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CHILLS: Cayenne, bayberry bark, peppermint, willow, sage, catnip.
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DANDRUFF: Yarrow, chaparral, aloe vera, nettle.
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DEPRESSION: Nutritional yeast (one of the best), ginseng, gotu
kola,
cayenne.
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DERMATITIS: Pau d'arco, aloe vera (topically), dandelion, golden
seal, evening primrose.
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DIABETES: Pau d'Arco, cedar berries, licorice root, cayenne,
mullein,
juniper, uva ursi, blueberry leaf, raspberry leaf.
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DIARRHEA: Red raspberry, slippery elm, nutmeg and cloves for
cramps,
alder, ginger.
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DIGESTION: Comfrey leaves, aloe vera, cayenne, fennel, ginger,
papaya.
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DIZZINESS: Peppermint, catnip, wood betony.
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DROPSY: horsetail.
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DRUG DEPENDENCY: Pau d'Arco, camomile, licorice.


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EAR INFECTION: Blue cohosh, scullcap, echinacea.
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ECZEMA: Aloe vera, chickweed, red clover, yellow dock, Pau d'arco.
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EDEMA: Uva ursi, safflower, parsley, juniper, dandelion tea.
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EMPHYSEMA: Comfrey, anise seed, ephedra, powdered grapefruit peel.
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EPILEPSY:Irish moss, black cohosh, nettle, scullcap(especially
good),
powdered elder bark (good combined with scullcap).
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EYE DISORDERS: Eyebright, cornflower (conjunctivitis), teasel
(fresh
juice).
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EYESIGHT: Celery (strengthens), elder leaves (said to cure and
prevent some types of blindness), eyebright.
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FATIGUE, STRESS: Ginseng, gotu kola, cayenne, nutritional yeast,
guarana, chamomile.
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FERTILITY: Feverfew (women).
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FEVER-FLU: Red raspberry, elder flowers, garlic, rosehip, golden
seal, yarrow, red clover, willow. Peppermint tea and
powdered grapefruit peel at the onset of flu to halt.
Bistort, [combine peppermint, yarrow, elder flowers ] will
sweat the flu out, ginger, mignonette.
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FIBROSIS: horseradish (rub).
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GALL BLADDER: Asparagus, goose grass.
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GANGRENE: Comfrey (topical lotion).
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GAS, INTESTINAL: Catnip, ginger, peppermint, horseradish.
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GENITAL (Burning and itching): Raspberry leaf, slippery elm,
chickweed. Combine all herbs as a wash.
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GLAND INFECTIONS: Bee pollen (excellent although not an herb),
golden
seal, saw palmetto, echinacea, horsetail, knapweed,
sea holly.
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GOUT: Yucca, stinging nettle, safflower, Pau d'arco, lobelia.
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HAIR: Nettle, rosemary, jojoba oil, burdock, quince.
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HAY FEVER: Powdered grapefruit peel, ephedra, nettle, black cohosh,


elfwort.
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HEADACHE: Catnip, feverfew, peppermint, rhubarb root, rosemary,
thyme, vervain, wood betony, marjoram, red root, camomile.
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HEART: Hawthorne berries (covers a wide variety of heart ailments,
a strengthener), barberry, shepherds purse, cayenne, garlic.
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HEMORRHOIDS: Yellow Dock, butcher's broom, marshmallow, black
walnut, lobelia. (all external as well as internal application)
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HORMONE REGULATION: Blessed thistle, damiana.
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HORMONE IMBALANCE: Valerian, don quai, licorice.
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HOARSENESS: Mullein, horehound, hyssop, coltsfoot, goldenseal.
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HYPOGLYCEMIA: Blueberry leaf, juniper, safflower.
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IMMUNE SYSTEM: Echinacea, goldenseal, chapparal.
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IMPETIGO: Echinacea, red clover, licorice root, turmeric(made into
a paste and applied externally)
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IMPOTENCE: Damiana, sesame seeds.
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INSOMNIA: Hops, skullcap, valerian, mullein, passion vine (combine
all).
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ITCH: Yellow dock (excellent), chickweed, plantain, oregano, white
willow bark, myrrh, golden seal.
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JAUNDICE & LIVER: Irish moss, dandelion, horsetail, rose hips,
parsley, fennel, birch leaves, agrimony, burdock,
celery, fumitory.
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KIDNEY AND BLADDER: Corn silk, dandelion, juniper, parsley,
asparagus uva ursi, thyme, carrot powder (excellent),
daisy, goose grass, hydrangea, nettles, celery,
marshmellow (makes passing of foreign objects
much easier), twitch.
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LABOR and DELIVERY: Red raspberry (coordinates the uterine
contractions, often making labor shorter.),
Jasmine flowers (makes easier).
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LAXATIVES: Psyllium husks, flaxmeal.
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LEG CRAMPS: Horsetail grass, alfalfa, comfrey herb, oat straw,
scullcap.
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LEUKEMIA: Pau d'Arco.


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LEUCORRHEA: Bayberry bark (douche), golden seal and myrrh (douche
and internally), plantain, slippery elm, white oak
bark (douche), wintergreen, yarrow, juniper berries.
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LIVER DISORDERS: horsetail, dandelion, cascara sagrada, blessed
thistle.
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LOWER BOWEL PROBLEMS: Psyllium seed husks, calamus root tea.
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LYMPH INFECTIONS: Dandelion, hydrangea.
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MEMORY AID: Ginseng, gotu kola, cayenne.
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MENTAL TROUBLES: Sage (for wide variety of mental aberrations).
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MENTAL EXHAUSTION: Guarana, fennel.
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MENSTRUATION PROBLEMS: Red raspberry, uva ursi, dong quai,
honeysuckle flowers (eases pain), melissa (eases pain),
tarragon (delayed), thyme (regulates excessive flow & ease
swollen & painful breasts).
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MENOPAUSE: Ginseng, black cohosh (not to be taken during
pregnancy),
blessed thistle, licorice root, sarsaparilla.
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MIGRAINE HEADACHES: Feverfew, camomile, celery.
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MISCARRIAGE: Strawberry leaves (prevents), bistort (prevents)
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MORNING SICKNESS: Red raspberry (prevents), peppermint leaf,
alfalfa,
catnip, ginger.
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MOUTH SORES (Canker, Thrush, Pyorrhea): Aloe vera, golden seal,
myrrh, red raspberry, white oak bark, lecithin.
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MUMPS: Lobelia, echinacea, bayberry root bark, ginger.
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NAUSEA: Ginger, lavender, mint, oregano, peppermint, red raspberry,
yarrow.
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NERVOUS DISORDERS: Skullcap (good for mild or severe problems),
valerian, hops, rosemary, chamomile (tranquilizes),
cornflower, elder bark (severe problems), fennel, heather
(tranquilizes), mignonette, sage (balances mental facilities),
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NOSEBLEEDS: Witch hazel, bayberry bark.
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OBESITY: Chickweed, kelp, saffron, papaya leaves, hawthorn berries,


and licorice, spirulina, patchouli, nettles, white willow
ephedra, gotu kola, cayenne, bladderwrack.
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PAIN: White willow, mullien.
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PARALYSIS: Horseradish.
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PLEURISY: Yarrow.
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PNEUMONIA: Comfrey, eucalyptus, fenugreek, mullein, yarrow (breaks
fever and promotes sweating), marshmallow (makes coughing
up phlegm much easier)
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P.M.S. (PREMENSTRUAL SYNDROME): Red raspberry, uva ursi,
nutritional
yeast, alfalfa (for its calcium content, studies show that
women who take calcium on a regular basis have reduced or
eliminated P.M.S. symptoms).
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PHLEBITIS: Calendula.
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PINWORMS: powdered Watermelon seed.
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PROSTATE AND KIDNEY: Golden seal, corn silk, uva ursi, juniper
berries, ginseng, cayenne.
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PSORIASIS: Chickweed.
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RHEUMATISM: Yucca, alfalfa, chaparral, cayenne, fennel, garlic, red
clover, red raspberry, devil's claw, burdock, elfwort
(lotion), horseradish (rub), hydrangea, jasmine flower
oil (rub), nettles.
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RINGWORM: Black walnut, golden seal, turmeric, castor oil. (Make a
paste of the three powdered herbs, smear on spot and cover.
Change bandage twice daily. Bath thoroughly daily and rinse
entire body, including hair, with apple cider vinegar. Pat
dry and apply castor oil to entire body, then apply paste
to spots. Must continue for 30 days.
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SENILITY: Dandelion, ginseng, gotu kola, alfalfa, licorice, yellow
dock.
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SINUSES: Comfrey, fenugreek, ephedra, natural bioflavanoids.
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SKIN: daisy (tones), red dock, nettles (closes pores).
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SNAKE BITES: Drink combination of garlic, plantain, black cohosh,
borage, scullcap, hyssop, echinacea, and wood betony,
ephedra. Put a poultice of cornflower, plantain and

garlic on bite.
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SPLEEN: Eyebright.
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STOMACH (Indigestion and Gas): Angelica, thyme, valerian, vervain,
witch hazel, willow, wintergreen, wood betony, camomile,
marjoram, echinacea, chickweed, aloe vera, bayberry bark,
caraway seed, catnip, cayenne, comfrey, fenugreek & fennel
(allays nausea and cleans impurities), ginseng, golden seal,
sage, sassafras, slippery elm, spearmint, hyssop, nettle,
oregano, plantain, rue, anise, bay leaf.
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STRESS: Reishi Plus (strengthens and balances stomach, spleen, and
brain chemicals, making stress easier to handle), Black
cohosh root, cayenne, scullcap, valerian root, lady's slipper.
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STYES: Carrot, strawberries.
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SWELLING: Coltsfoot, comfrey root (combine two for topical lotion).
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TESTICLES: Chickweed, mullein, burdock.
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TETTER: Borage, plantain, sarsaparilla, raspberry leaf.
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THYROID: Mullien, parsley, kelp, black walnut, irish moss,
bayberry,
white oak bark, scullcap, black cohosh, sage (gets rid of
toxins).
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TONSILLITIS: Echinacea, bayberry root, ginger.
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TUBERCULOSIS: Comfrey, myrrh, wild cherry bark, golden seal,
pau d'arco, bayberry bark, burdock root, coltsfoot,
yellow dock, marshmallow (makes coughing up phlegm
easier), honeysuckle flowers, icelandic moss (an old
but successful Viking cure), sage (brings relief).
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TUMORS: Horseradish, onion (two combined for poultice).
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ULCERS--SKIN: Honeysuckle flowers (excellent), myrrh, golden seal,
aloe vera, comfrey root, marigold (topical lotion for
varicose veins).
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ULCERS--STOMACH: Carrot powder, bistort, cornflower, horsetail,
licorice, burdock, Pau d'Arco, goldenseal, myrrh,
slippery elm bark white oak bark, red raspberry, valerian,
aloe vera.
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UTERINE DISORDERS: Bistort (prevents miscarriage), chamomile,
jasmine, flowers, melissa, mignonette.

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VAGINAL PROBLEMS: Aloe vera, blessed thistle, garlic, ginger,
golden seal root, red raspberry, slippery elm bark, yellow
dock root, comfrey root, uva ursi.
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VARICOSE VEINS: White oak bark, calendula, witch hazel, yarrow.
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WARTS: Clove of Garlic laid on wart for 3 days will blister up,when
blister heals, wart won't come back. Castor oil applied twice
daily.
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WATER RETENTION: Dandelion, parsley, uva ursi, cranberry, juniper,
buchu, corn silk.
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WEIGHT CONTROL: Spirulina, chickweed, guar gum, bladderwrack,
patchouli, nettles.
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WHOOPING COUGH: Valerian root, cayenne.
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WORMS & INTESTINES:_
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WOUNDS: Horsetail (antiseptic), honeysuckle flowers (poultice).
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All herb listings below are in alphabetical order.

ACACIA (Acacia senegal)

Common Names: Gum Arabic Tree, Cape Gum, Egyptian Thorn.

Medicinal Parts: Gum

Properties and Uses: Demulcent. This herbs' effect will


form a protective, and soothing coat over inflammations
in the ailimentary, respiratory, and urinary tracts. When
combined with different astringents, it will help cough,
catarrh, sore throat, diarrhea and dysentery. When the
mucilage is sweetened it is a good vehicle for other
medicines which aren't very palatable. The mucilage also
has nutritive value containing calcium, magnesium, and
potassium salts.

ADDER'S TONGUE (Erythronium americanum)

Common Names: Dog-toothed Violet, Lamb's Tongue,


Erythronium, Rattlesnake Violet, Yellow Erythronium,
Snake Leaf, Yellow Snowdrop.

Medicinal Parts: Bulb, leaves.

Properties and Uses: Emetic, emollient, anti-scofulous.


This herb is always taken internally in the form of an
infusion. A poultice is made for external applications
to scrofula, and other skin problems with the infusion
taken internally at the same time. The expressed juice
may be mixed with apple juice to make it taste better
when using internally.
AGAVE (Agave americana)

Common Names: American Agave, American Century, Century


Plant, Flowering Aloe, Spiked Aloe.

Medicinal Parts: Above ground plant.

Properties and Uses: Antiseptic, diuretic, laxative.


The sap is used as a disinfectant and when taken internally
will check the growth of bacteria which causes putrefacation
in the intestines and stomach. It is also used as a
laxative and a disinfectant for syphilis, pulmonary
tuberculosis, a diseased liver, and jaundice. After the
fibers have been soaked in water for a day it can be used as
a scalp disinfectant. This same tonic helps falling hair.

ALFALFA (Medicago sativa)

Common Names: Buffalo Herb, Lucerne, Purple Medic.

Medicinal Parts: Leaves.

Properties and Uses: Appetizer, diuretic, tonic. The tea


made from this plant is a common beverage, good for just
relaxing or having a cup of tea with a friend. However;
it is also used medicinally to help eliminate toxins from
the body, build red blood cells, improve appetite, relieve
urinary and bowel distresses, relieve water retention, and
will help cure peptic ulcers.

ALLSPICE (Pimenta officinalis)

Common Names: Clove Pepper, Jamaica Pepper, Pimento.

Medicinal Parts: Fruit.

Properties and Uses: Aromatic, carminative, stimulant.


The water and oil are used in cases of flatulent indigestion
or plain flatulence. The oil is also use for cramping of
the intestines. This is a good oil to mix with other
laxative as it lessens the tendencies of cramping as sometimes

happens with other herbs. It is also a good oil to add


to other less palatable herbs. When the oil is placed
in bath water, it has an anesthetic effect. It also makes
a good simulating plaster for rheumatism and neuralgia.

ALMOND (Prunus amygdalus)

Common Names: Greek Nuts, Jordan Almond.


Medicinal Parts: Kernel.

Properties and Uses: Demulcent, emollient, pectoral. The


ground kernels make an excellent cleansing facial scrub which
softens also, making it a very good ingredient to add to
cosmetics. The oil also has sedative properties and is
useful in cough syrup mixtures. Used internally as well as
externally for its emollient properties. When ground finely
and mixed with a bit of corn oil, this makes a protein rich
substitute for peanut butter in the diabetic diet.

ALOE (Aloe vera)

Common Names: Barbados Aloe, Curacao Aloe.

Medicinal Parts: Leaves.

Properties and Uses: Emollient, purgative, vulnerary. The dried


juice of the plant has a nauseating taste, and is usually
taken in pill or capsule form for this reason. It is used
as a purgative. Because this herb has a tendency to cause
gripe and constipation after it produces its purgative
effect, it should be combined with other carminative herbs
for best and most comfortable results. The fresh juice
can be used directly from the leaf to help heal wounds,
burns, sunburn, wrinkles, insect bites, minor cuts, skin
irritations, and scratches. A tea made from the juice is
a good wash for the eyes and wounds.

(Aloe latifolia) naturalized in South Africa is used to


treat inflamed boils and other sores. The leaf pulp is
also used to cure ringworm.

(Aloe perryi) naturalized on the island of Socotra near


the Gulf of Aden is used like the Barbados Aloe, yet it is
considered to be less effective.

(Aloe sapnaria) naturalized in South Africa is used for


ringworm.

(Aloe tenuior) naturalized in South Africa is used in


decoction form for expelling tapeworm.

ALPINE CRANBERRY (Vaccinium vitis idaea)

Common Names: Cowberry, Red Bilberry, Whortleberry.

Medicinal Parts: Leaves, berries.


Properties and Uses: The leaves are; antiseptic, astringent,
diuretic. The berries are; astringent, refrigerant. The
infusion of the leaves is used for bladder problems due to
its disinfectant properties. It can be substituted for
bearberry by doubling the amount of cranberry leaves in the
preparation. A decoction of the leaves are used for gout
and rheumatism. The berries not only taste good but improve
appetite and curb diarrhea and are also a good source of
vitamin C.

ALTHEA (Althaea officinalis)

Common Names: Marshmallow, Mortification Root, Sweet Weed,


Wymote.

Medicinal Parts: Roots, leaves, flowers.

Properties and Uses: Demulcent, emollient, diuretic. It


soothes irritated tissue. A poultice used externally is
very soothing for irritations, carbuncles, burns, and
wounds. A soothing gargle can be made from the infusion
of the leaves or flowers. The flowers infused with other
cough syrup herbs eliminates that `ripping' feeling when
matter is being expelled from the chest during a bad chest
infection, cough, bronchitis, and any other lung catarrh.
The decoction of the root is an excellent vaginal douche
or eyewash. The tea is good with many digestive and urinary
upsets.

AMARANTH (Amaranthus hypochondriacus)

Common Names: Lady Bleeding, Lovely Bleeding, Pilewort,


Prince's Feather, Red Cockscomb, Spleen Amaranth.

Medicinal Parts: Leaves.

Properties and Uses: Astringent. It is taken internally for


diarrhea, dysentery, hemorrhage of the bowels, and for
excessive menstruation. It is useful as a douche for

leucorrhea, as a gargle for irritations of the mouth and


throat, and as a wash for skin irritations.

AMERICAN CENTAURY (Sabatia angularis)

Common Names: Bitterbloom, Bitter Clover, Eyebright,


Red Centaury, Rose Pink, Wild Succory.

Medicinal Parts: Leaves.


Properties and Uses: Bitter tonic, emmenagogue, febrifuge,
vermifuge. A warm infusion is good for dyspepsia (indigestion)
and convalescence from illness to increase the appetite.

AMERICAN HELLEBORE (Veratrum viride)

Common Names: American White Hellebore, Bugbane, Devil's Bite,


Earth Gall, Green Hellebore, Indian Poke, Itchweed, Swamp
Hellebore, Ticklewee, White Hellebore.

Medicinal Parts: Rootstock.

Properties and Uses: Diaphoretic, emetic, expectorant,


febrifuge, narcotic. It acts as a cardiac depressant. Deaths
have occurred from overdoses.

ANGELICA (Angelica archangelica)

Common Names: European Angelica, Garden Angelica.

Medicinal Parts: Rootstock, roots, seeds.

Properties and Uses: Appetizer, carminative, diaphoretic,


diuretic, expectorant, stimulant, stomachic, tonic. The tea
will stimulate appetite, relieve muscle spasms, and stimulate
the kidneys, relieve stomach problems, intestinal difficulties,
including ulcers, vomiting and cramps. It alleviates
intermittent fever, nervous headache, colic and weakness
in general. Large doses should be avoided due to its raising
blood pressure, increasing the heart rate, and respiration.
The salve, applied externally is useful for rheumatic pains.
Added to the bath it will sooth the nerves. The docoction,
made from the root is good for itching of all sorts, wounds,
and scabies. Made into a compress the root is used for gout.

ANGELICA (Angelica sylvestris)

Common Names: Wild Angelica, European Wild Angelica, Goutweed.

Medicinal Parts: Rootstock, roots.

Properties and Uses: Appetizer, bitter, carminative,


diaphoretic, stimulant. Wild Angelica is used about the
same way as Garden Angelica is used. Useful for colic,
cramping, and mild stomach problems. ^U+CAUTION^U-: Wild
Angelica is similar in appearance to Water Hemlock, which
is poisonous. Wild Angelica also naturalizes in the same
type of places as Water Hemlock, thus, be easily confused.

ANGELICA (Angelica atropurpurea)

Common Names: American Angelica, Angelica, Arhangel,


Bellyache Root, High Angelica, Masterwort, Purple Angelica,
Wild Archangel.

Medicinal Parts: Rootstock, Roots, Seeds.

Properties and Uses: Aromatic, carminative, diaphoretic,


diuretic, emmenagogue, expectorant, stimulant. This
Angelica is used much the same way as the European Angelica
in that it is very useful for heartburn and flatulent colic.

ANISE (Pimpinella anisum)

Common Names: Anise Plant, Aniseed, Common Anise.

Medicinal Part: Seed.

Properties and Uses: Antispasmodic, aromatic, carminative,


digestive, expectorant, stimulant, stomachic, tonic. It
promotes digestion, stimulates the appetite, relieves cramping,
and nausea, and flatulence. Infants colic is easily relieved
with this wonderful herb. When taken by nursing mothers, it
promotes milk production, handy if you've had twins! It will
promote the onset of menstruation, and is good for insomnia.
Made into a salve it is good for lice and scabies, they hate it!
A tea made of equal parts of anise, caraway, and fennel will
purify the intestines. It is also a good additive for less
palatable medicines.

APPLE TREE (Pryus malus)

Common Names: Apple.

Medicinal Parts: Fruit.

Properties and Uses: Excellent for diarrhea. Fasting for a


couple of days while eating only peeled raw apples for this
ailment is most effective. Constipation can be relieve by

eating apples with the skin left intact. Dried and made into
a tea is not only pleasant but useful for rheumatic illness.

ARNICA (Arnica montana)

Common Names: Arnica Flowers, Arnica Root, Common Arn ica,


Leopardsbane, Mountain Arnica, Leopardsbane, Mountain Arnica,
Mountain Tobacco, Wolfsbane.

Medicinal Parts: Flowers, rootstock.

Properties and Uses: Diaphoretic, diuretic, emollient,


expectorant, stimulant, vulnerary. A tincture or salve helps
to heal bruises, wounds, and irritation. It is also good
as a poultice, mixed with the tea from the flowers and
applied to the stomach to relieve abdominal pain. The
diluted tincture is useful as a mouthwash to ease inflammation
of the mouth and throat. It is also used internally for
bleeding and as a cardiac agent. CAUTION: Only a very
diluted solution of tincture should be used, if too strong
it can cause blistering and inflammation. Except in
emergencies, it should not be used without a doctor's
supervision.

ARTICHOKE (Cynara scolymus)

Common Names: Garden Artichoke, Globe Artichoke.

Medicinal Parts: Flower heads, leaves, roots.

Properties and Uses: Cholagogue, diuretic. Extract from the


leaves and root help prevent arteriosclerosis, aids in jaundice,
dyspepsia, liver disfunction, chronic albuminuria, and
anemia after an operation. It is also said to have
aphrodisiac properties.

ARUM (Arum maculatum)

Common Names: Cocky Baby, Cuckoopint, Cypress Powder, Dragon


Root, Gaglee, Ladysmock, Portland Arrowroot, Starchwort.

Medicinal Parts: Rootstock.

Properties and Uses: Acrid (when fresh), diaphoretic,


expectorant. Mixed with honey or syrup it is used internally
for bronchitis, chronic catarrh, asthma, flatulence, and
rheumatic problems. As an ointment it is used externally
for sores, ringworm, an swellings. The decoction when mixed

with sweet flag is used for the stomach.

ASARUM (Asarum europaeum)

Common Names: Asarabacca, European Snakeroot, Hazelwort,


Public House Plant, Wild Nard.

Medicinal Parts: Rootstock, leaves.

Properties and Uses: The rootstock is diuretic, emetic,


purgative. The Leaves are cathartic, emetic, errhine.
The main use of arum is as an emetic. When mixed with
lance-leaf plantain it will eliminate mucous from the nose
and respiratory system. It should not be used without
medical supervision.

ASPARAGUS (Asparagus officinalis)

Common Names: Sparrow grass.

Medicinal Parts: Young shoots, seeds.

Properties and Uses: Aperient, diaphoretic, diuretic. It


increases cellular activity in the kidneys, increases the
rate of urine, useful when the kidneys are inflamed. It
cleanses the bowels, good for gout and rheumatic problems
(except podagra), and the seeds will relieve nau sea and
calm the stomach.

BALM (Melissa officinalis)

Common Names: Balm Mint, Bee Balm, Blue Balm, Cure-all,


Dropsy Plant, Garden Balm, Lemon Balm, Melissa, Sweet Balm.

Medicinal Parts: Herb, leaves.

Properties and Uses: Antispasmodic, calmative, carminative,


diaphoretic, emmenagogue, stomachic. This is a favorite
female herb due to it being able to calm the nerves, alleviate
hysteria, melancholy, and insominia. It will relieve cramps,
flatulence, dyspepsia, colic, chronic bronchial catarrh , and
some types of asthma. This is a safe herb to use during
pregnancy and will alleviate migraine, toothache, dizziness,
and headaches. An infusion of the leaves will promote
menstruation. The crushed leaves, made into a poultice are
good for sores, tumors, insect bites, and milk-knots of the
breast. It is also an excellent ingredient in sleep pillows.

BARBERRY (Berberis vulgaris)

Common Names: European Barberry, Jaundice Berry, Pepperidge,


Pepperidge Bush, Sowberry.

Medicinal Parts: Bark of the root, berries.

Properties and Uses: The root is hepatic, laxative. The


berries are laxative, refrigerant. The root promotes the
secretion of bile and used for various liver ailments, will
dilate blood vessels, and lower blood pressure, and purge the
bowels. A decoction of the berries makes a good mouthwash
and gargle for irritations. The fresh juice of the berries
will strengthen the gums, and relieve pyorrhea.
BARLEY (Hordeum vulgare)

Common Names: Pearl Barley, Scotch Barley.

Medicinal Parts: Grain.

Properties and Uses: Demulcent. Cooked, the hulled barley


is an excellent source of nutrition for the throat and stomach.
Mixed with milk it soothes the stomach and intestines. It
is also good for feverish conditions, and applied externally
for sores and tumors.

BASIL (Ocimum basilicum)

Common Names: Common Basil, St. Josephwort, Sweet Basil.

Medicinal Parts: Above ground herb.

Properties and Uses: Antispasmodic, appetizer, carminative,


galactagogue, stomachic. This is a good digestive system
herb used for stomach cramps, gastric catarrh, intestinal
catarrh, vomiting, enteritis, and constipation. It is also
useful as a cough syrup additive for whooping cough. The
tea is good for headache.

BEAN (Phaseolus vulgaris)

Common Names: Kidney Bean

Medicinal Parts: Pods, beans.

Properties and Uses: Diuretic, demulcent. The pods with the


unripe beans when dried and made into a tea are an excellent
remedy for obstinate kidney stones of all sorts. It will

lower blood sugar levels and useful in mild cases of diabetes.


The pod tea is also useful for dropsy, sciatica, uric acid
accumulations, loss of albumin in the urine during pregnancy,
and for chronic rheumatism. If the decoction is taken over
a long period of time it helps to keep difficult cases of
acne clear. The bean meal is good to apply directly to the
skin for eruptions, moist eczema, and itching.

BEARBERRY (Arctostaphylos uva-ursi)

Common Names: Arberry, Bear's Grape, Kinnikinnick, Mealber ry,


Mountain Box, Mountain Cranberry, Red Bearberry, Sagackhomi,
Sandberry, Upland Cranberry, Uva Ursi.

Medicinal Parts: Leaves.


Properties and Uses: Astringent, diuretic, tonic. It helps
reduce excess uric acid and relieves pain of bladder stones
and gravel. Alleviates chronic cystitis, is useful for
bronchitis, kidney stones, nephritis, and bedwetting.
^U+CAUTION^U-: Do not use for long periods of time as it
can cause stomach distress and chronic poisoning.

BEARDED DARNEL (Lolium temulentum)

Common Names: Cheat, Tare.

Medicinal Part: Seed.

Properties and Uses: Used to treat dizziness, blood congestion,


insomnia, and stomach problems, herpes, sores, and scalp scruf.
In large quantities ill-prepared it is poisonous.

BEAR'S GARLIC (Allium ursinum)

Common Names: Ransoms, Ramsons.

Medicinal Parts: Whole plant.

Properties and Uses: Astringent, expectorant. Useful for


arteriosclerosis, liver problems, pinworms, diarrhea, lack
of appetite, colic, gastro-intestinal catarrh with di arrhea
and constipation, emphysema with bronchitis, and lowers blood
pressure slowly.

BEDSTRAW (Galium aparine)

Common Names: Cleavers, Coachweed, Cleaverwort, Goose Grass,


Gosling Weed, Hedgs-burs, Loveman, Stick-a-back, Sweethearts.

Medicinal Parts: Above ground herb.

Properties and Uses: Antispasmodic, diaphoretic, diuretic,


vulnerary. Externally it is used for skin problems and for
stopping bleeding. Internally the tea is used for stomach
and intestinal catarrh and irritations of mucous membranes,
including those of the urinary tract.

BEDSTRAW (Galium verum)

Common Names: Yellow Bedstraw, Cheese Rennet, Curdwort,


Lady's Bedstraw, Maid's Hair, Yellow Cleavers.

Medicinal Parts: The above ground herb.


Properties and Uses: Antispasmodic, carminative, diaphoretic,
diuretic, vulnerary. Used the same way as Cleavers (BEDSTRAW -
Galium aparine) but is a little stronger. It is good for
epilepsy and dropsy.

BEECHDROPS (Epifagus virginiana)

Common Names: Cancer Root, Pinedrops.

Medicinal Parts: The entire plant.

Properties and Uses: Astringent. Used externally for wounds,


bruises, skin irritation, cuts, and any other external ailment
which requires an astringent.

BELLADONNA (Atropa belladonna)

Common Names: Black Cherry, Deadly Nightshade, Dwale, Poison


Black Cherry.

Medicinal Parts: Leaves, tops, berries.

Properties and Uses Antispasmodic, calmative, diaphoretic,


diuretic, narcotic. This herb can produce paralysis. Do not
use without medical supervision.

BENNET (Geum urbanum)

Common Names: Blessed Herb, European Avens, Star of the Earth,


Yellow Avens.

Medicinal Parts: Rootstock, flowering herb.

Properties and Uses: Astringent, styptic, tonic. Used for


diarrhea, as a gargle for gum problems, and halitosis. It
promotes appetite and is good during a convalescence time. The
extract made with wine is good for promoting digestion in older
people, chronic broncial catarrh and intermittent fever.

BETONY (Stachys officinalis)

Common Names: Lousewort, Purple Betony, Wood Betony.

Medicinal Parts: Flowering herb.

Properties and Uses: Anthelmintic, astringent, carminative,


diuretic, expectorant, vulnerary. Good for asthma and
bronchitis, heartburn, neurashtenia, bladder and kidney
problems, coughing or spitting of blood, excessive sweating,
varicose veins, it is used to expel worms, heal cuts,
external ulcers, and old sores. It is also useful for
sprains when used as a poultice. Good to give to children
who fail to thrive.

BILBERRY (Vaccinium mytillus)

Common Names: Black Whortleberry, Blueberry, Burren Myrtle,


Dyeberry, Huckleberry, Hurtleberry, Whinberry, Whortleberry,
Wineberry.

Medicinal Parts: Leaves, berries.

Properties and Uses: Antiseptic, astringent. The leaf is


effective for diarrhea. The fresh berries can cause diarrhea
in some people and stop it in others, however; they work
well when mixed with grated apple. The dried berries will
pass through the stomach, not affecting it at all, then
begin working in the small intestines. A decoction of the
berries are good for typhoid fever. The fresh or preserved
berry juice is a good mouthwash or gargle for respiratory
problems, and for inflamed gums, leucoplasia (inflammation of
the tongue which produces white patches), will regulate bowel
action, improve appetite, cleanse the intestines, and expel
round worms. A tea from the leaf is used for coughs, stomach
cramps, vomiting, catarrhal enteritis, as a gargle for
stomatitis and used externally for skin problem s or burns.
^U+CAUTION^U-: The leaves can poison if used over long
periods of time.

BIRCH (Betula alba)

Common Names: White Birch, Canoe Birch, Paper Birch.

Medicinal Parts: Young leave, bark.

Properties and Uses: Astringent, diuretic, diaphoretic. An


infusion of the tea will remove gravel and dissolve kidney
stones if taken daily for 10 days. It also makes a good wash
or bath additive in skin problems. A decoction of the leaves
is good for baldness. The bark decoction is used for chroni c
skin problems and added to the bath. The oil of the inner
bark is a substitute for wintergreen.

BIRCH (Betula lenta)

Common Names: Black Birch, Cherry Birch, Mahogany Birch,


Mountain Mahogany, Spice Birch, Sweet Birch.

Medicinal Parts: Leaves, bark.

Properties and Uses: Anthelmintic, astringent, diuretic. A


tea made from the leaf if used for urinary problems and will
expel intestinal worms. A tea made from the inner bark is a
good mouthwash, and is used internally for rheumatism,
diarrhea, and boils. The oil from the inner bark is also a
substitute for wintergreen.

BIRD'S TONGUE (Fraxinus excelsior)

Common Name: European ash.

Medicinal Parts: Bark, leaves.

Properties and Uses: The bark is a diuretic, febrifuge. The


leaves are cathartic. The bark will reduce fever and aids in
the removal of intestinal worms. A tea from the leaf is a
mild purgative and useful for rheumatism.

BIRTHROOT (Trillium pendulum)

Common Names: Bethroot, Coughroot, Ground Lily, Indian Balm,


Indian Shamrock, Jew's-harp Plant, Lamb's Quarter, Milk
Ipecac, Nodding Wakerobin, Pariswort, Rattlesnake Root,
snakebite, Three-leaved Nightshade, Trillium, Wakerobin.

Medicinal Parts: Rootstock.

Properties and Uses: Antiseptic, astringent, diaphoretic,


emmenagogue, expectorant, tonic. Useful for coughs,
bronchial problems, pulmonary consumption, hemmorrhage of the
lungs. It will cure diarrhea when boiled in milk. As a
salve it is useful for stings and insect bites.

BIRTHWORT (Aristolochia clematitis)

Common Names: Aristolochia Root, Upright Birthwort.

Medicinal Parts: Rootstock, flowering herb.

Properties and Uses: Diaphoretic, emmenagogue, febrifuge,


oxytocic, stimulant. The ancient Egyptians used this herb
for snakebite. It will promote uterine contractions during
childbirth. It is also used for abdominal complaints and
menstrual problems. The decoction is used as a wash for
wounds and leg ulcers. ^U+CAUTION^U-: Use with care, or
under medical supervision.

BISTORT (Polygonum bistorta)

Common Names: Dragonwort, Easter Giant, Patience Dock, Red


Legs, Snakeweed, Sweet Dock.

Medicinal Parts: Rootstock.


Properties and Uses: Alterative, astringent, diuretic. Used
for diarrhea, dysentery, as a mouthwash for the gums, and
inflammation of the mouth (stomatitis). Externally it is
used as a wash for hemorrhages and sores. The powder will
stop bleeding when applied directly to a wound.

BLACK ALDER (Alnus glutinosa)

Common Names: European Alder, Owler.

Medicinal Parts: Bark, leaves.

Properties and Uses: Astringent, bitter, emetic, hemostatic.


Use only the dried bark, as the fresh will cause vomiting.
The decoction of the bark is good for sore throat and
pharyngitis. A mixture of the powdered bark and leaves make
a good astringent and tonic internally, externally as a
hemostatic for hemorrhage. The bark boiled in vinegar is
useful for scabies, scabs, lice, and for cleaning your teeth.

RED ALDER (Alnus rubra)

Common Names: Oregon Alder.

Medicinal Parts: Bark, leaves.

Properties and Uses: Astringent, bitter, emetic, hemostatic.


This herb is used the way black alder is used.

SMOOTH ALDER (Alnus serrulata)

Common Names: Hazel Alder.

Properties and Uses: Astringent, bitter, emetic, hemostatic.


This herb is used the way black alder is used.

BLACKBERRY (Rubus villosus)

Common Names: Bramble, Cloudberry, Dewberry, Goutberry, High


Blackberry, Thimbleberry.

Medicinal Parts: Roots, leaves.

Properties and Uses: Astringent, expectorant, tonic. Bot h


the leaves and roots are useful for diarrhea. You may use
this herb for long periods of time for chronic appendicitis,
enteritis, and leucorrhea. It also is used to expel phelgm
from the chest and is a good additive to cough syrups. A tea
of the dried roots is good for dropsy. Chew the leave for
bleeding gums.
BLACK COHOSH (Cimicifuga racemosa)

Common Names: Black Snakeroot, Bugbane, Bugwort, Cimicifuga,


Rattleroot, Rattleweed, Richweed, Squawroot.

Medicinal Parts: Rootstock.

Properties and Uses: Antispasmodic, astringent, diuretic,


emmenagogue, expectorant, sedative. Useful for spasmodic
problems such as consumption, chorea, and whooping cough. It
is also useful for hysteria and spasmodic symptoms due to its
sedative effect on the nervous system. It also stimulates
the heart. An infusion or decoction is useful for chronic
bronchitis, rheumatism, or as an emetic. Small doses are
given to children for diarrhea. CAUTION: Large doses
can cause poisoning.

BLACK ROOT (Varonicastrum virginicum)

Common Names: Beaumont Root, Bowman's Root, Culver's Physic,


Culver's Root, Hini, Leptandra, Oxadoddy, Physic Root, Purple
Leptandra, Tall Speedwell, Tall Veronica, Whorlywort.

Medicinal Parts: Root.

Properties and Uses: Cathartic, cholagogue, emetic, hepatic.


Useful for a sluggish liver. Use with medical supervision.

BLAZING STAR (Liatris spicata)

Common Names: Marsh Blazing Star, Colic Root, Dense Button


Snakeroot, Devil's Bit, Devil's Bite, Gayfeather.

Medicinal Parts: Root.

Properties and Uses: Diuretic. The decoction is used as a


gargle for sore throat, and gonorrhea.

BLAZING STAR (Liatris squarrosa)

Common Names: Scaly Blazing Star, Blazing Star Root, Rattle


Snake Master.

Medicinal Parts: Root.

Properties and Uses: Diuretic. Used like Liatris spicata


above.

BLIND NETTLE (Lamium album)


Common Names: Dead Nettle, Nettle Flowers, Stingless Nettle,
White Archangel, White Nettle.

Medicinal Parts: Plant, flowers.

Properties and Uses: antispasmodic, astringent, expectorant,


styptic. The infusion is used for leucorrhea, a weak
minstrual flow, irregular menstrual periods, stomach and
intestinal problems, a vaginal douche, a bath additive for
uterine cramps, boils and tumors. A poultice of boiled
leaves is used for tumors, sores, boils, gouty pain, and
varicose veins. The tincture of the flowers is good for
insomnia, and the young leaves make an excellent salad.

BLOODROOT (Sanguinaria canadensis)

Common Names: Indian Paint, Indian Plant, Indian Red Paint,


Pauson, Red Paint Root, Red Puccoon, Red Root, Sanguinaria,
Tetterwort.

Medicinal Parts: Rootstock.

Properties and Uses: Diuretic, emetic, emmenagogue,


expectorant, fegrifuge, sedative, stimulant, tonic. Used
only in very small doses as an expectorant internally. For
external purposes is useful for sores, eczema, cancer and

other skin problems. CAUTION: Large doses act as a


sedative, but an overdose can prove fatal.

BLUE COHOSH (Caulophyllum thalictroides)

Common Names: Beechdrops, Blueberry, Blue Ginseng, Papoose


Root, Squaw Root, Yellow Ginseng.

Medicinal Part: Rootstock.

Properties and Uses: Anthelmintic, diaphoretic, diuretic,


emmenagogue, oxytocic. Useful for regulating the menstrual
flow, especially when the menses are suppressed. It will
also induce labor, and is good for children's colic and
cramps. It is should be used in combination with other herbs
as it can irritate the mucous membranes and can cause
dermatitis on skin contact. The berries are poisonous.

BLUE FLAG (Iris versicolor)


Common Names: Flag Lily, Fleur-de-lis, Flower-de-luce, Iris,
Liver Lily, Poison Flag, Snake Lily, Water Flag, Wild Iris.

Medicinal Parts: Rootstock, leaves.

Properties and Uses: Cathartic, diuretic, sialagogue. It is


useful for heartburn, chronic vomiting, chronic gastritis,
enteritis, catarrhal sinus problems, liver, and gallbladder
troubles, migraine, and dropsy. Externally the fresh leaves
are used for sores and burns.

BLUE VERVAIN (Verbena hastata)

Common Names: American Vervain, False Vervain, Indian Hyssop,


Purvain, Simpler's Joy, Traveler's Joy, Vervain, Wild Hyssop.

Medicinal Parts: Rootstock, above ground herb.

Properties and Uses: Antiperiodic, diaphoretic, emitic,


expectorant, tonic, vermifuge, vulnerary. This herb is a
natural tranquilzer. The warm tea is good for getting rid of
congestion, fever and colds, insomnia eliminating intestinal
worms, and nervous conditions. The cold tea is a tonic and
when applied externally will heal wounds and sores.

BONESET (Eupatorium perfoliatum)

Common Names: Agueweed, Crosswort, Eupatorium, Feverwort,


Indian Sage, Sweating Plant, Teasel, Thoroughwort, Vegetable
Antimony, Wood Boneset.

Medicinal Parts: Above ground herb.

Properties and Uses: Aperient, cathartic, diaphoretic, emetic,


fegrifuge, tonic. The cold infusion is a tonic and mild
laxative. The warm infusion is a diaphoretic and emetic and
is useful to break up colds, intermittent fever, or the flu.
The hot infusion is a cathartic, and emetic.

BORAGE (Borago officinalis)

Common Names: Bugloss, Burrage, Common Bugloss.

Medicinal Parts: Above ground herb, flowers.

Properties and Uses: Aperient, diaphoretic, febrifuge,


galactagogue, pectoral, tonic. Useful for reducing a fever
and increasing vitality after a long illness. It is an
antidote against some poisons, has a calming effect on the
nervous system, good for pleurisy and peritonitis due to its
calming and anti-inflammatory properties. The leaves an d
seeds will stimulate the flow of milk in nursing mothers. If
fresh, the herb makes a good eyewash or poultice for
inflammation. The leaves can cause dermatitis in some
persons so protective clothing should be worn when harvesting
this herb.

BOXWOOD (Buxus sempervirens)

Common Names: Box, Bush Tree.

Medicinal Parts: Bark, leaves.

Properties and Uses: Diaphoretic, purgative. This is an


excellent purgative herb. It should only be used under
medical supervision.

BRIER HIP (Rosa canina)

Common Names: Brier Rose, Dogberry, Dog Rose, Eglantine Gall,


Hep Tree, Hip Fruit, Hip Rose, Hip Tree, Hop Fruit, Hogseed,
Sweet Brier, Wild Brier, Witches' Brier.

Medicinal Parts: Fruit.

Properties and Uses: Astringent, carminative, diuretic,


tonic. It is useful for the digestive system and produces a
diuretic effect without irritation to the kidneys. It will
prevent or arrest kidney stones or gravel, bladder
inflammation, eliminate uric acid accumulations, help gout
and rheumatic, and reduce fever.

BROOKLIME (Veronica beccabunga)

Common Names: Beccabunga, Mouth-smart, Neckweed, Speedwell,


Water Pimpernel, Water Purslain.

Medicinal Parts: The above ground herb.

Properties and Uses: Diuretic, emmenagogue, febrifuge. The


fresh juice is used for intestinal disorders and anemia.

BRYONY (Bryonia alba)

Common Names: White Bryony, Tetterberry, Wild Bryony, Wild


Hops, Wild Vine, Wood Vine.

Medicinal Parts: Rootstock.


Properties and Uses: Pectoral, purgative. This herb is a
powerful purgative. A constipation remedy can be made from
hollowing out the rootstock, filling it with beer and letting
it set for 1 or 2 days then take a teaspoon at a time. The
dried root is useful for whooping cough. CAUTION: In
large doses this herb is poisonous, use only under medical
supervision.

BRYONY (Bryonia dioica)

Common Names: Red Bryony, Devil's Turnip, Wild Hops, Wild


Vine, Wild White Vine.

Medicinal Parts: Rootstock.

Properties and Uses: The same as for Bryonia alb a above.

BUCHU (Barosma betulina)

Common Names: Bookoo, Bucco, Bucku, Oval Buchu, Short Buchu.

Medicinal Parts: Leaves.

Properties and Uses: Aromatic, carminative, diaphoretic,


diuretic, stimulant. It is useful in urinary disorders. The
strong tea of the dried leaves is useful for painful
urination, inflammation, gravel, and catarrh of the bladder.
It is also makes an excellent douche for leucorrhea. The
infusion is good for the stomach and is a stimulating tonic.

SHORT BUCHU (Barosma crenulata)

Properties and Uses: Same as above.

LONG BUCHU (Barosma serratifolia)

Properties and Uses: Same as above.

BUCK BEAN (Menyanthes trifoliata)

Common Names: Bean Trefoil, Bogbean, Bog Myrtle, Brook Bean,


Marsh Clover, Marsh Trefoil, Moonflower, Trefoil, Water
Shamrock.

Medicinal Parts: Leaves.

Properties and Uses: Bitter tonic, cathartic, febrifuge.


This herb will relieve fever, migraines, indigestion, and
will promote the appetite. Use externally for herpes and
ucerous sores.

BUCKTHORN (Rhamnus frangula)

Common Names: Alder Buckthorn, Alder Dogwood, Arrow-wood,


Black Alder Dogwood, Black Alder Tree, Black Dogwood,
European Black Alder, European Buckthorn, Persian Berries.
Medicinal Parts: Bark.

Properties and Uses: Purgative. This herb will work without


irritating the system to treat constipation, sluggish liver
and gallbladder. It won't cause constipation after it has
cleansed the bowels the way some other herbs will and it will
not become addictive or lose its effect after being used for
a time.

Pregnant women should not use this herb. The tea is


useful for colic, obesity, hemorrhoids, and dropsy. Never
use the fresh bark as it is poisonous, the dried bark can be
used if heated to 212 F. and then stored for a period of a
year.

BUCKTHORN (Rhamnus cathartica)

Common Names: Common Buckthorn, Purging Buckthorn, Waythorn.

Medicinal Parts: Fruit.

Properties and Uses: Diuretic, purgative. The dried ripe


berries either eaten as is or made into an infusion is a
useful purgative. The fresh berries are good made into a
syrup. CAUTION: Large doses of the berries are
poisonous.

BUCKTHORN (Rhamnus purshiana)

Common Names: Cascara Sagrada, California Buckthorn, Cascara,


Sacred Bark.

Medicinal Parts: Bark.

Properties and Uses: Bitter tonic, purgative. This is one of


the best and most popular laxatives. It encourages the
rhythmical motion of the bowels and is useful for
constipation, gallstones, liver ailments, and chronic
dyspepsia.

BURDOCK (Arctium lappa)

Common Names: Bardana, Burr Seed, Cotbur, Cocklebur, Grass


Burdock, Hardock, Hareburr, Hurrburr, Turkey Burrseed.

Medicinal Parts: Root, seed, leaves.

Properties and Uses: Aperient, cholagogue, diaphoretic,


diuretic. A decoction or infusion will stimulate the bowels,
but not in all individuals, it may even cause constipation in
some. The tea and the tincture is useful for stomach
problems. It will neutralize and eliminate poisons from the
system. An infusion of the fresh leaves will stimulate bile
secretion, is good for acne, and as a wash for sores. The
juice from the bruise fresh leaves helps dry poison oak and
ivy.

BUTTERCUP (Ranunculus acris)

Common Names: Tall field buttercup, Bachelor's Buttons,


Blisterweed, Burrwort, Crowfoot Buttercup, Globe Amaranth,
Gold Cup, Meadowbloom, Meadow Crowfoot, Tall Crowfoot,
Yellows, Yellowweed.

Medicinal Parts: Fresh plant.

Properties and Uses: Acrid, anodyne, antispasmodic,


diaphoretic, rubefacient. A homeopathic extract of the fresh
plant is used for rheumatism, skin diseases, sciatica,
arthritis, and rhinitis. CAUTION: The fresh plant is
poisonous and the only way it is medicinally effective. This
herb should not be used unless by medical direction.

BUTTERCUP (Ranunculus bulbosus)

Common Names: Bulbous Buttercup, Acrid Crowfoot, Crowfoot,


Crowfoot Buttercup, Cuckoo Buds, Frogwort, King's Cup,
Meadowbloom, Pilewort, St. Anthony's Turnip.

Medicinal Parts: Fresh plant.

Properties and Uses: Same as above. The juice of the bulb of


this herb is used to remove warts.

BUTTERCUP (Ranunculus sceleratus)

Common Names: Marsh Crowfoot, Celery-leaved Buttercup, Cursed


Crowfoot, Water Crowfoot.

Medicinal Parts: Fresh plant.

Properties and Uses: Same as above. This species can cause


skin irritation and blistering upon contact.
References
Here are a couple of books of interest that I have found great to read.

HOW TO GROW HOUSE PLANTS by Sunset Books

THE HANDBOOK OF ALTERNATIVES TO CHEMICAL MEDICINE by


Mildred Jackson, N.D. and Terri Teague, N.D., D.C.

HERBS & HERBAL REMEDIES by Donald Law

THE HERB BOOK by John Lust

PROVEN HERBAL REMEDIES by John H. Toe

LET'S GET WELL by Adelle Davis

1001 HOUSE PLANT QUESTIONS ANSWERED by Stanley Scholar

A MODERN HERBAL by Mrs. M. Grieve

BACK TO EDEN by Jethro Kloss

HOW TO GROW HERBS by Sunset Books


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