Thursday, February 2, 2012


Use the dried fruit. The strong oil in Aniseed provides the basis for its
internal use to ease griping, intestinal colic and flatulence. It also has an
expectorant and anti-spasmodic action and may be used in bronchitis, in
tracheitis where there is persistent irritable coughing, and in whooping
cough. The oil itself can be the base for an ointment to help control lice
and the oil can be used directly in the control of lice.

A valuable remedy for the digestive system it stimulates the digestive and
liver secretions. It is also the herb of choice for appendicitis. Also treats
incontinence, sore throats and laryngitis. As a salve it will aid in healing
wounds and bruises.

Such as Aloe Vera, are good for burns. While this is a well known
treatments, what you may not know is that aloes are also helpful in treating
cancer and stomach ailments.

Use both the root and seed. Roots and leaves are used medicinally, the
stems and seeds are used in confectionery. This herb is a useful
expectorant for coughs, bronchitis and pleurisy, especially when they are
accompanied by fever, colds or influenza.

Alder Tree
Use leaves for swelling. Especially helpful in easing pain of swollen breast
or burning and aching feet. Should be avoided if pregnant.

A highly nutritive herb, good for the pituitary gland, it alkalizes the body
rapidly and detoxifies the liver. Essential in rebuilding decayed teeth and
helps with arthritic and rheumatic pain.

Apple Tree
Use the bark to create a tonic that will treat gravel in the bladder and also
aid in reducing fever.

Not to be taken internally, this is an excellent treatment for bruises and
sprains. Will also help relieve rheumatic pain as well as pain and
inflammation of phlebitis.


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