Category: botanical

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Meadowsweet Uses and Benefits as a Medicinal Herb

The medicinal perennial herb belongs to the plant family Rosaceae.

The genus name “Filipendula” has been derived from two words – “filum,” which means “thread” and “pendulus,” which means “hanging.”

This perhaps describes the root tubers, which hang characteristically from the roots. The specific epithet name “ulmaria” denotes “elm-like”; however, this plant does not appear like the elm!

Filipendula ulmaria is believed to have various medicinal properties such as an anti-inflammatory, antiseptic, diaphoretic diuretic, hemostatic, sanative, stomachic, and tonic.

The fresh root is frequently utilized in a small amount in many homeopathic preparations for various ailments.

The active ingredients present in this medicinal plant are essential oils, flavonoids, phenolic glycosides, salicylic acid, and tannins.

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The Amazing Artichoke – Uses and Benefits

The artichoke plant as it is known today is a cultivated form that probably derived from the artichoke thistle or the cardoon (Cynara cardunculus).

The Ancient Romans and Greeks knew the plant and cultivated it as a food crop in southern parts of Europe for centuries. It is believed that both the cardoon and the artichoke originated in Morocco or the Canary Islands.

Today, it’s an important vegetable and is grown on a large scale in many areas of the world with temperate or subtropical climate, particularly in France, Italy, Spain, Belgium, and California in the United States

The herb is often used internally as a tea or in tablet or capsule form to treat liver and gallbladder diseases such as liver damage, cirrhosis, hepatitis, and jaundice.

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Ashwagandha Benefits and Uses

The herb has been used for more than 2500 years to restore overall health and increase longevity.

The Indian or Hindu common name ashwagandha (Sanskrit), translates roughly to “the smell and strength of a horse,” referring to the plant’s alleged ability to enhance sexual vigor.

In today’s herbal medicine the herb is categorized as an adaptogen, and it used to treat fatigue, stress, anxiety and nervous exhaustion and to enhance memory.

The herb also has a reputation as an aphrodisiac both for men and women and is believed to protect against infertility in men.

The herb has mild sedative properties and is thought to promote restful sleep. This use is reflected in the scientific species name somnifera (= soporific).

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Dandelion – Benefits and Side Effects

Dandelion was first mentioned for its medicinal qualities in the works of Arabian physicians of the tenth and eleventh centuries. These writers speak of it as a form of wild endive, under the name of Taraxacon.

The Iroquois, Ojibwe and Rappahannock Native American tribes of North America prepared infusions and decoctions of the root and herb to treat kidney disease, dyspepsia, and heartburn.

In traditional Arabian medicine, dandelion has been used to treat liver and spleen disorders.

In traditional Chinese medicine (TCM), dandelion is combined with other herbs to treat hepatitis, to enhance an immune response to upper respiratory infections, bronchitis or pneumonia, and as a topical compress for mastitis (breast inflammation).

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Masterwort Herb Uses and Benefits

In recent times though masterwort has been used more in veterinary herbal medicine than in folk medicine.

Still, the herb has also medicinal uses beneficial to humans.

Masterwort is an aromatic bitter herb that is regarded to have a warming effect on the central areas of the body.

Today, the herb is mostly used to increase appetite and as a tonic for the stomach. It increases the secretion of the digestive fluids, which in turn can stimulate digestion.

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