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  • Medicinal Plants

    The prescription to your health problems could be in your garden. We learn about medicinal plants and what they do. Check with your doctor first!

  • The Benefits and Medicinal Value of Fenugreek Seeds

    breast-actives-review.net &&& Medicinal Value of Fenugreek Seeds and how you can benefit from it. Fenugreek has many medicinal values, including producing breast milk, enlarging breast naturally. It is also a cuisine spice that can ease pain in the body and joints.
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  • Goldenrod (Solidago) ~ LuminEarth’s How to Identify Wild Edible & Medicinal Plants

    There are more than 20 species in our area (Tennessee) and many of the species hybridize, increasing the diversity of size and shape. Luckily, goldenrods are recognizable to everyone at the generic level. Goldenrods are perennial herbs with dens cluster heads of yellow flowers that bloom from mid-summer to frost. The heavy pollen of the goldenrods does not carry far in the air, so it does not often cause hay fever. (Hay fever is usually caused by ragweed, which blooms at the same time.) For the most current and detailed information on this plant, please visit our FREE Online Guide to Wild Edible & Medicinal Plants at www.luminearth.com . Disclaimer: The statements in these videos are for educational purposes only and have not been evaluated by or sanctioned by the FDA. Only your doctor can properly diagnose and treat any disease or disorder. The remedies discussed herein are not meant to treat or cure any type of disease. The user understands that the above information is NOT intended as a substitute for the advice of a physician or a pharmacist. Make sure you can positively identify a plant before ingesting it. Some plants are poisonous, and misidentification could possibly result in serious illness or death.
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  • Who owns our health? Inside the medicinal garden (UCL)

    Who owns our health? Inside the medicinal garden (UCL)

    Dr Vivienne Lo has created a medicinal herb spiral in central London to address issues around the use of food and herbs as medicine in everyday home remedies or as dangerous substances to be regulated. www.ucl.ac.uk www.ucl.ac.uk UCL is consistently ranked as one of the world’s very best universities. As a multi-faculty, research-intensive university in central London, our research helps tackle global challenges and feeds directly into outstanding degree programmes. Visit us at www.ucl.ac.uk

  • Common Medicinal Herbs with Curative Properties

    Article by Nick Mutt

    There are many herbs having mystical healing properties and are extensively used in the treatment of number of ailments. Below are few of them –

    Garlic (Allium sativum)

    Garlic is a commonly used herb that has miraculous healing properties and is widely used in number of ailments. The parts used are bulb, fresh cloves and juice. Some of the medicinal properties of garlic are antiseptic, antibiotic, anti-viral, anti-allergy, aphrodisiac, anti-amoebic, anti-coagulant, detoxifier, carminative, diaphoretic, and stimulant; may protect the heart and nervous system, enhance the body’s immune system, decrease the side effects of drug therapies for cancer. The therapeutically active ingredient in garlic is the allicin.

    Henna (Lawsonia inermis)

    Henna is an essential component of many herbal cosmetic products. The parts used are powdered leaves and flowers. Some of the properties of henna are natural hair conditioner, tinting the hair anti-fungal and antiseptic.

    Lemon grass (Cymbopogon citratus)

    Lemon grass is another useful herb. The parts used are grass and essential oil. Its important medicinal properties are refreshing, lemon-like tonic; antiseptic, antidepressant and astringent.

    Olive (Olea europaea)

    The parts used are oil of the fruit and leaves. Some of the medicinal properties are emollient, demulcent, laxative, source of linoleic acid; cold-pressed oil is used in salves for muscle pains; leaves in tea are astringent and antiseptic; may lower blood sugar in diabetes and dilate coronary arteries to improve blood circulation.

    Onion (Allium cepa)

    The part used is bulb. Some of the medicinal properties of onion are antiseptic, aphrodisiac, anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory and diuretic; rich in vitamin B1, B2, and C; stimulates the heart and reduces blood sugar.

    Ginger (Zingiber officinale)

    Ginger is another useful herb that is well known for its effectiveness in cough, cold and viral fevers. The parts used are dried rhizome, oil and powder. Some of the medicinal properties are anti-inflammatory, anti-viral, circulatory stimulant, antiseptic, control nausea; drinking ginger tea will bring blood to the surface and warm cold hands and feet.

    Papaya (Carica papaya)

    The parts used are fruit, juice and leaves. Some of the medicinal properties of papaya are – Juice and fruit of the fresh plant can be used for wounds that refuse to heal and to remove freckles; improve digestion of proteins; leaves may be used as a substitute for soap.

    Disclaimer: This article is not meant to provide health advice and is for general information only. Always seek the insights of a qualified health professional before embarking on any health program.

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  • Medicinal Plants – In The Field With Michael Moore – 8

    American Herbalist Michael Moore, shares his immense knowledge on Medicinal Plants of The Southwestern United States. Considered by many to be one of the founders of modern American Herbal Medicine. Michael Moore is an oral traditionalist and these are his stories on medicinal plants. Filmed in 1994 by Michael and Wren Cottingham.

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