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Natural Herbal Remedy for Internal and External Bleeding Control. In the event of an emergency situation all sorts of injuries could possibly occur.

Natural Herbal Remedy for Internal and External Bleeding Control

Emergency medical response teams would be stretched thin during times like this and response times could be hours or even days. For internal or external bleeding it is always advisable to seek proper medical treatment immediately whenever it is available but if you find yourself in a situation where you are without access to medical personnel or a hospital and there is internal or external bleeding you may need to rely on whatever help is immediately available to you. Shepherd’s Purse (capsella bursapastoris) has been used as a remedy for centuries to stem internal and external bleeding. It is a hemostatic plant in that it constricts blood vessels reducing blood flow. Herb - manjishtha-rubia cordifolia. Indian Name : Manjistha, Indian madder Botanical Name : Rubia Cordifolia Family: Rubiaceae Parts Use: Roots, Stem Description: A branched climber with bristles.

Herb - manjishtha-rubia cordifolia

The stem is slender and four angled. Natural Herbs From the US Before Big Pharma. (GreenMed TV) Slate just reported on this amazing map of ‘Herbal Cures’ from 1932 of the medicinal plants in common use among pharmacists and the public back then.

Natural Herbs From the US Before Big Pharma

The map itself states under the heading ‘The Service of Pharmacy’: “It is important that the public does not lose sight of the fact that the professions of Pharmacy, Medicine, and Dentistry, each give an essential service, which must not be impaired or destroyed by commercial trends. The public and the professions will suffer equally if these services are allowed to deteriorate. In pharmacy the public should understand something of the breadth of knowledge required of the pharmacist. Shamanic Plants, Entheogens, and Hallucinogens in History. 10 Aloe Vera Uses You Probably Didn't Know About. Aloe vera, also known as Aloe barbadensis, has been a staple for thousands of years in many cultures around the world.

10 Aloe Vera Uses You Probably Didn't Know About

Today, it’s used in lotions, ointments, creams, sunburn remedies, and cosmetics, among other things. Traditional uses for aloe vera include soothing burns, moisturizing skin, and healing small wounds. Many people even apply it to reduce the appearance of acne. Aloe vera offers a wide range of nutritional benefits that support more than just skin health. Let’s take a look at some other uses you may not know about. 1. The immune system requires oxygen-rich blood. Ginkgo Biloba Tincture - Make Your Own Radioprotective Extract. Ginkgo is sometimes called a living fossil because there are no other members of its species and its age and uniqueness set it apart from other plants.

Ginkgo Biloba Tincture - Make Your Own Radioprotective Extract

It might owe its survival to the fact that it tolerates drought as well as pollution. Some trees are believed to be 2500 years old. Fossils from the Jurassic Period have been found. The tree is hardy to zone 4 but grows slowly. Both male and female plants are required in order to produce seed, but the fruit (on the female plant) smells like rancid butter so female trees are seldom used for ornamental purposes. A Modern Herbal. Home Page Botanical: Geum urbanum (LINN.)

A Modern Herbal

Family: N.O. Rosaceae ---Synonyms---Colewort. Herb Bennet. Potent in vitro antiviral activity of Cistus incanus extract against HIV and Filoviruses targets viral envelope proteins : Scientific Reports. Viruses and virus production Production and quantification of HIV-1 stocks was carried out as described in15,29.

Potent in vitro antiviral activity of Cistus incanus extract against HIV and Filoviruses targets viral envelope proteins : Scientific Reports

Briefly, stocks of HIV-1 laboratory isolates were produced by transfecting HEK 293 T cells with one of the following proviral plasmids obtained through the NIH AIDS Research and Reference Reagent Program, Division of AIDS, NIAID, NIH: pLAI.2 (from Dr. Rockrose - Cistus incanus tea. Rockrose - Cistus incanus Rockrose the medicinal plant From Ulrich Arndt.

Rockrose - Cistus incanus tea

The Magic of Monkeyflowers » The Medicine Woman's Roots. Common Name: Monkeyflower.

The Magic of Monkeyflowers » The Medicine Woman's Roots

Nigella sativa. Nigella sativa (black-caraway,[2] also known as nigella or kalonji), often called black cumin,[3][4] is an annual flowering plant in the family Ranunculaceae, native to south and southwest Asia.

Nigella sativa

Nigella sativa grows to 20–30 cm (7.9–11.8 in) tall, with finely divided, linear (but not thread-like) leaves. The flowers are delicate, and usually colored pale blue and white, with five to ten petals. Etymology[edit] The genus name Nigella is a diminutive of the Latin niger (black), referring to the seeds.[5] Common names[edit] Harvesting Miners Lettuce, A Wild Green Superfood. Miners lettuce (Claytonia perfoliata) is also called winter purslane, Indian lettuce, spring beauty and miners green, which are all names that reveal a bit about this amazing and succulent wild green superfood. Here in California gold rush territories, it is known as "miner's" lettuce which historically refers to the miner's who came across this wild plant growing in large numbers throughout the foothills and various mining locations. It became a much valued food source that provided nourishment during times when other food supplies were running low or not available.

Back in the mid 1840's times were hard and life was a desperate struggle for survival. Those who were smart viewed this highly nutritious green as a gift from the earth to be consumed for its life sustaining nutrients, including Vitamin C which helped to prevent scurvy for these gold mining immigrants. Phytolacca - Homeopathy. Phytolacca americana Pokeroot, one of the most significant plants native to America, forms the basis for the homeopathic remedy phytolacca. This is a huge herb-like plant growing perennially to a height of 10 feet or three meters. Indigenous to the eastern regions of North America, pokeroot has a very distinctive appearance. The plant has an outsized and fleshy taproot that is white in color. The stems of pokeroot are usually hollow having a green or red color. The Naturopathic Herbalist. List of herbs with known adverse effects.

This is a partial list of herbs and herbal treatments with known or suspected adverse effects, either alone or in interaction with other herbs or drugs. Non-inclusion of an herb in this list does not imply that it is free of adverse effects. In general, the safety and effectiveness of alternative medicines have not been scientifically proven[1] and remain largely unknown.[2] Beyond adverse effects from the herb itself, "adulteration, inappropriate formulation, or lack of understanding of plant and drug interactions have led to adverse reactions that are sometimes life threatening or lethal. "[3] Most of the adverse effects stated in this list are associated with only a small percentage of cases; they should be understood as potential risks rather than as certainties.

Eastern Red Bud: Pea Pods Tree. Eastern Red Bud Blossoms It’s one of those trees that if you don’t see it at the right time you’re not looking for it the rest of the year. I had gone past it perhaps four or five dozen times over a couple of seasons, but never in spring. But one day the blossom caught my eye. I knew what it was I just hadn’t seen it there before. Eastern Redbud trees are native across much of the United States and Canada, basically east of the Rockies. Red Bud’s Edible Pods Native Americans ate redbud flowers raw or cooked as well as the young pods and seeds raw or cooked. Redbuds were first cultivated in 1641 and even George Washington planted some around Mt.

Heart-shaped leaves The redbud’s native range is New Jersey to northern Florida, west to Missouri and Texas and northern Mexico. Also edible are the flowers and pods of the C. occidentalis (found in western North America ) and the C. siliquastrum found in Europe. Green Deane’s “Itemized” Plant Profile. Red Clover herb uses Trifolium pratense. Trifolium pratense Other Names: Meadow Honeysuckle, Meadow Trefoil, Purple Clover, Trefoil, Wild Clover, Cleaver Grass, Marl Grass, Cow Grass Photo by Karen Bergeron Copyright 2001. Poke Herb, Pokeweed, Poke Berries, Phytolacca americana, uses, Poke Salet. Althea Officinalis, Mallows, Herbal Uses and Pictures.

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Chickweed Herb Uses and Medicinal Properties. Black Walnut Herbal and Edible Uses. Jewelweed, Nature's Poison Ivy Treatment, About Jewelweed plant. Bloodroot Herb uses and Medicinal Properties. Mullein Effects and Medicinal Benefits. Wild Medicinal: Mugwort. Power-Packed Purslane. Wild Edible and Medicinal: Giant and Common Ragweed. Fennel. Plantain - The Amazing Golden Thread.

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RED CLOVER: Uses, Side Effects, Interactions and Warnings. Nettles. Burdock - Build your blood, bones and nervous system. Horsemint, Spotted Beebalm. Milk Thistle Benefits for a Super Healthy Liver. 10 Benefits of Bee Balm. The Ancient Flower That Heals The Human Soul. Top 12 Reasons Why You Should Consume More Horsetail! - NaturalON. Herbal Medicine from Your Garden or Windowsill.

Fennel, Medicinal Properties of Fennel, Saunf, Fenniculum Vulgare. The Miracle of Moringa. Self Heal Herb Used For Centuries For About Every Ailment Known To Man. Indian Snakeroot. Gingko Biloba: A 'Living Fossil' With Life-Extending Properties. Natural News Blogs Astragalus Root: Halts Aging, Cure Type 2 Diabetes And Repair Our DNA. The One Herb to Save You That You Probably Overlook Everyday.