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Family name of Rumex crispis?

Polygonacea - buckwheat

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Family name burdock

Asteracea

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name the 4 alterative herbs we learned, latin and common

urtica diotica - nettle, Rumex crispus - Yellow dock, mahonia aquafolium-oregon grape, articum lappa- burdock

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What part of urtica dioica are used

The entire thing, food, fiber and medicine

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What are the medicinal uses of urtica stem and leaf?

Alterative, anti allergy, arthritis and inflammation. It is high in protein and minerals and supports the liver. Its also a diuretic

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What tissue states would want nettles?

atrophy, stagnation, depression, toxicity

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Indicaitons for nettles

Helps with minerals, problems with digestions and inflammations and cleans blood so : low BP, hair loss, mucus, diarrhea, swelling and edema. .

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whats special about the stinging hairs of urtica dioica?

acetocholine, histamine and serotonin, they are human neuro transmitters.

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what minerals and macro nutrient are high in nettles?

Its super high in minerals like potassium - and protein, 25% of the stalk. It also has caffeoylmalic acid.

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organs that nettles like?

Basically every place the cleans or builds blood: liver, blood, spleen, bone, marrow , lymph-

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What are the rumex plants and common names?

Rumex crispus - yellow dock, rumex obtusifolius-broad leaf dock, rumex acetosa - sorrel, rumex acetosella - sheep sorrel

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what parts of rumex are used?

Leaves and roots

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What is in the leaves of rumex?

oxalic acid - sour with bioflavonoids - it has laxative effect

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What are the key chemicals of Rumex spp?

Emodin - a laxative, Oxalic acid, - laxative, chyrosaphoric acid - laxative. Flavonoids - stimulate immuene system.

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What chemicals of rumex can cause cramping if consumed to much of?

oxalic acid and chyrosaphoric acid, the laxative effect ones

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What are rumex indications?

Constipation. - malabsorption ,Skin issues like eczema and psoriasis, and thoss that are due to liver disease and finally anemia

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what is so speciall about rumex and anemia?

It can increase hematocrit levels in 1 week to 10 days, blood bulider.

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Felter rumex

poor skin, poor digestion, cough sore throat, SOB stuff

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what is Rumex acetosella L.

sheep sorrel,

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what part of Rume acetosella L. are used

Flower herb and the leaves, both fresh and dried.

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Uses of sheep sorrel, rumes acetocella

anti diarrhea but also a laxative, so balancing, Its also anti inflamatory. There is a cleansing, detox diuretic effect.

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What 2 traditions were treated with rumex acetocella

scurvy and vascular disorders

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Minerals does rumex acetocella have?

High CaO and potassium. Lots of micronutrients minerals. Then there is, phos, mg, mn, zn, fe. Etc

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What vitamins rume acetocella?

Really high in C, then there is A,B,D,K,P,andU

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1870's uses for rumex acetocella?

Cancer balm, tincture in places with degeneraton of tissues

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Medicinal parts of arctium lappa?

the entire thing, its related to sun flower and had deep tap root.

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what is the most potent part of burdock?

seeds and roots.

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What may be a major chemical constituent of the arctium lappa root?

Inulin - 20-40 % - a soluble fiber that helps feed good bacteria but may cause gas and bloating

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Main actions of Arctium Lappa in additon to it being alterative?

anti bacterial, anti-fungal, balances hormones, increases glucose tolerance, Nervine, demulcent, and diuretic.

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indications of articum lappa?

Skin disorders, womens hormone disorders, Lymph and kidney stuff, sugar issues and joint issues.

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According to matt wood, how does articum lappa work.

its nurishes the liver to improve metabolism, lymphatic function, kidney excretion of wastes

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Uses of articum lappa

Dermatological - dry, endocrine - blood sugar, gastro-tonify digestive system, inflammatory conditons, hepatobiliary (bile)- topical

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Mahonia aquafolium has what chemical that turns it yellow?

Berberine - antimicrobial

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berberines most common clinical uses

bacterial diarrhea, intestinal parasites, eye infections

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what part of mahonia aquafolium is used?

roots and berries

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Tissue states of mahonia aquafilium?

Dry, atrophy, and stagnation

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Action of mahonia aquifolium?

moitstening, moving and stimulation

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Main function of mahonia, simplified

it mostens dry and worn out tissues improving secreating and elimination of waste products.

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Key actions of mahonia aquifolium in addition to alterative.

antibiotic, detergent, digestant, tonic

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indications for mahonia a.

withering, dry, lack of secretions, liver congestion, lymph congestion, diabetes, Gi complaints caused by bugs.