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Althaea officinalis Marsh Mallow, Common marshmallow PFAF Plant Database Translate this page: You can translate the content of this page by selecting a language in the select box. Технологии Переводчик Summary Physical Characteristics Althaea officinalis is a PERENNIAL growing to 1.2 m (4ft) by 0.8 m (2ft 7in). Synonyms Althaea sublobata. Habitats Cultivated Beds; Edible Uses Edible Parts: Leaves; Oil; Root.Edible Uses: Egg; Oil; Tea. Leaves - raw or cooked[2, 4, 100]. Medicinal Uses Plants For A Future can not take any responsibility for any adverse effects from the use of plants. Antidiarrhoeal; Antitussive; Demulcent; Diuretic; Emollient; Laxative; Odontalgic. Marsh mallow is a very useful household medicinal herb. Other Uses Adhesive; Fibre; Oil; Teeth. The dried root is used as a toothbrush or is chewed by teething children[6, 7]. Cultivation details Succeeds in almost any soil and situation[1, 4, 200], though it prefers a rich moist soil in a sunny position[4, 200]. Plants For A Future have a number of books available in paperback and digital form. Shop Now Found In

Featured Buzz | Be Well Buzz medicinal herbs: RIBWORT PLANTAIN - Plantago lanceolata Latin name: Plantago lanceolata Family: Plantaginaceae (Plantain Family) Medicinal use of Ribwort Plantain: Ribwort plantain is a safe and effective treatment for bleeding, it quickly staunches blood flow and encourages the repair of damaged tissue. The leaves contain mucilage, tannin and silic acid. Description of the plant: Plant: Perennial Height: 45 cm(1 foot) Flowering: April toAugust Habitat of the herb: Grassland, roadsides etc, a common weed of lawns and cultivated ground, on neutral and basic soils. Edible parts of Ribwort Plantain: Young leaves - raw or cooked. Other uses of the herb: A good fibre is obtained from the leaves, it is said to be suitable for textiles. Propagation of Ribwort Plantain: Seed - sow spring in a cold frame. Cultivation of the herb: Known hazards of Plantago lanceolata: None known Plant information taken from the Plants For A Future.

Homeopathic Healing Sylvia Chatroux, a medical doctor in Ashland, Oregon, recently treated a patient complaining of a high fever, chills, nausea and diarrhea. Most conventional doctors would have prescribed pharmaceutical drugs to lower the fever and stop the diarrhea and nausea. But Chatroux gave her patient homeopathic arsenicum, a specially prepared and highly diluted form of arsenic. The patient quickly recovered. In its pure form, arsenic is a poison that, in healthy individuals, causes symptoms similar to the distress Chatroux’s patient was experiencing. How Homeopathy Works Unlike allopathic medicine, which focuses on controlling the symptoms of a disease, homeopathy views symptoms as the body’s attempt to restore balance. “Homeopathic medicines work with, rather than against, a person’s natural defenses,” says Dana Ullman, author of The Consumer’s Guide to Homeopathy (Tarcher/Putnam, 1996). This basic principle of homeopathy, the Law of Similars, refers to his observation that “like cures like.”

Forsycja | Roślinariusz Popularny krzew ozdobny, który przypomina nam o sobie w kwietniu każdego roku, „ogłaszając” nadejście wiosny. Kiedy liście zaczynają stopniowo zastępować jaskrawożółte kwiaty, wówczas forsycja przestaje zwracać na siebie uwagę i popada w zapomnienie. Jednak ta nie wymagająca specjalnych zabiegów pielęgnacyjnych roślina, umiejętnie przycinana, może stanowić wartościowy element ogrodu przez wiele lat. Nazwa Rodzaj forsycja (Forsythia) jest częścią rodziny oliwkowatych (Oleaceae) i obejmuje (według różnych źródeł) od 6 do 11 gatunków. Występowanie Prawie wszystkie gatunki forsycji pochodzą ze wschodniej Azji (głownie z Chin, ale także z Korei czy Japonii). Opis Na świecie najpowszechniej uprawiane są dwa gatunki tj. Zastosowanie Forsycje to piękne krzewy ozdobne, sadzone w parkach i ogrodach. Ciekawostki Kwiaty forsycji są jadalne.

Herbs List - A Guide To Medicinal Herbs and Their Uses Natural Remedies: Best 50 Medicinal Herbs, Fruit & Vegetables To Grow By ALETHEIA LUNA Nature – it is the world’s largest, most eclectic and expansive pharmacy, with literally millions of species at our disposal to plant, cultivate, harvest and make use of in our everyday lives. And yet, most of us remain uninitiated into the highly practical and powerful realm of natural remedies that Nature herself offers to us with open hands. While most of us grew up disconnected from the natural world, it is never too late for us to discover the endless sources of natural remedies hidden all throughout nature – and make use of them ourselves. Whatever your personal context, natural remedies can be grown almost anywhere or in anything, from large paddocks and small patches of ground, to pots and window boxes. Having a great love for medicinal fruit, vegetables and herbs myself, I have taken the time to compile an extensive list of the best 50 natural healing plants to grow in your own personal garden or living area. 50 Best Natural Remedies Plant List 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.

Top 10 Medicinal Plants You Can Grow Yourself Finding a cure for your health problems by using natural remedies goes way back in history and people have been using natural remedies since the beginning of time. Of course, in order for these remedies to be efficient you should know something about each plant that can help you feel better. Once you have this basic information, you can decide which of these plants you should grow in your garden and start planting. To give you a few examples basil, marigolds and thyme are among these “miracle” plants, but you will find a long list if you do a bit of research. Top 10 Medicinal Plants You Can Grow Yourself Finding a cure for your health problems by using natural remedies goes way back in history and people have been using natural remedies since the beginning of time. Top 10 Medicinal Plants You Can Grow Yourself

Remote Amazonian Healers compile a 500-page traditional medicine encyclopedia Before the advent of written language, a tribe’s knowledge had to be passed down orally for the continuation of information. An elder was considered an encyclopedia of remedies, for the body, mind and soul. Midwives kept detailed mental histories of the complete lineage of every person in the village. Births and deaths were a time of remembering these lineages, which remained intact through the telling of the members’ life stories. To remember was to speak. When remote tribes make contact with outsiders, the oral traditions begin to degrade. That’s why in 2012, Acaté and Matsés elders developed a three-point plan of action to preserve and transmit their self-sufficiency and the knowledge of their ancestors. Acaté is an organization, whose field projects “operate at the cutting edge of conservation through an unparalleled integration of culture, health, and ecology” into their mission. From Acaté: The Matsés, or Jaguar People, inhabit some of the most remote rainforests in the world.

Tractatus de Herbis, a medieval medicinal plant guide - Aleph The Tractatus de Herbis manuscript is a botanical album made around the year 1440 in Lombardy, Italy. It was created to help apothecaries and physicists with different linguistic skills to identify plants in their daily trade. The drawings, made with simplicity and looseness, sometimes take up an entire page and reveal the keys of the Mediterranean pharmacopeia of the Middle Ages. Although this particular book, known also as Sloan 4016 (its name in the British Library’s catalogue), is traditionally identified as a copy of Manfredus’ famous medicinal plant treatise, which itself was a version of the code known as Egerton 747, does not contain any of the original writing, only its images. The main question raised by this manifest is why its author decided to abandon Tractatus’ original text and instead gave birth to a new genre. Tagged: herbals, medicinal plants, medicinal plants middle ages, medieval herbals, Tractatus de Herbis

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