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Myrica Cerifa Common Name

Bayberry

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Body System Bayberry

Immune

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Key Action Bayberry

Expectorant

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Key Indication Bayberry

Profuse Mucous

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Key constituent and other constituents Bayberry

Flavanoids Key

Also has
-Tannins
-Terpenoids
-Gum
-Resin Starch

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Actions Bayberry

Expectorant, sialogogue, astringent

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Profuse Mucos flows, catarrhal states of the GI tract, diarrhea/dysentary,

Bayberry

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Full oppressed pulse

Bayberry

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Locally and internally sore mouth, spongy and flabby bleeding gums

Bayberry

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PREGNANCY

Bayberry because of mineralcorticoid and carcinogenic material

Culver's ROot because of potential tetragenic or abortifactant

Matricaria Recutita (Chamomile) because it is an emmenagogue

Garden Sage - decrease milk and cause tetragenic properties

Peppermint

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TOXICITY: Large doses may cause typical mineralcorticoid side effects like sodium and water retention and hypertension

Bayberry

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Large doses may interfere with existing hypertensive, hypotensive and steroid therapy

Bayberry

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Profuse mucous discharge with poor circulation (hypersecretion), dysentery

Bayberry

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Stimulates Blood production, nutrition in very weak, stimulates digestion when taken before meals

Bayberry

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Measles, typhoid, malaria, scarlet fever, jaundice

Bayberry

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External: meucolocorreah

Bayberry

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Aesculus Hippocastranum Common Name

Horse Chestnut

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Body System for Horse Chestnut

Integumentary

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Key Constituent for Horse Chestnut

Glycoside Lactones (and saponins)

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Key Action for Horse Chestnut

Astringent

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Key indication for Horse Chestnut

Vascular Congestion

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Actions of Hose Chestnut

Astringent, Vasoconstrictive, Expectorant

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Vascular engorgement leading to dull, aching, throbbing sensations in veins and not arteries

Horse Chestnut

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Chronic insufficiency, varicose veins

Horse Chestnut

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Vascular congestion, hemorrhoids in the rectum (large, purple, don't been, sense of fullness in the rectum)

Horse Chestnut

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Vascular wall fragility leading to edema or exudate, might see swelling in feet or extremities

Horse Chestnut

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External indication:Hemorrhiods and Varicose veins

Horse Chestnut

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SX of OD: nauseau, vomit, diarrhea, vertigo and visual change

Horse Chestnut

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TX of OD: charcoal, emesis, GI lavage, fluids

Horse Chestnut

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Gingko Biloba Common Name

Gingko

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Body System for Gingko Biloba

Cardiovascular

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Key constituent for Gingko Biloba

Glycosides

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Key action for Gingko Biloba

Angioactivator

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Key indication for Gingko Biloba

Poor cerebral circulation

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Gingo Biloba Constituents

Flavone glycoside, bioflavanoid, lactone, diterpene, sesquiterpene

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Gingko Biloba Actions

Angio-activaor, vasodilator, bronchodilator

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Reduced Cerebral Vascular Circulation, poor memory, poor circulation

Gingko Biloba

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Alzheimers disease

Gingko Biloba

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Tire easily in the elderly

Gingko

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Raynaud's disease

Gingko

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Vascular Spasm, diabetic angiopathy, phlebitis, varicosities, post-thrombosis, leg ulcers

Gingko

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Gin Nan Syndrome: Severe allergic reaction, erythema, edema, vesicles, itching, tenesmus

Gingko

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CAREFUl PEOPLE ON BLOOD THINNERS, inhibits PAF

Gingko

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HA may occur on commencing use but goes away within two weeks

Gingko

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Common Name for Lepatandra Virginica

Culver's Root

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Body system Culvers Root

Hepatic

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Key Constituent Culver's Root

Leptandrine

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Key indication

Liver Congestion

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Relieve liver congestion and gallbladder inflammation: choloretic, colegogue, hepatic

Culver Root

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GI tonic, rehabilitated peristalsis

Culver Root

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Diaphoretic, laxative

Culver Root

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Liver congestion, GB inflammation

Culver Root

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Jaundice

Culver Root

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Chronic constipation with liver probs, GI stasis

Culver Root

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TOXIC: resin acts as a huge violent GI irritant

Culver Root

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Symptoms of OD include BLOODY diarrhea, debility

Culver Root

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CAUTION: Gi irritation and increased potassium excretion

Culver Root

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CI: bile duct obstraction and GB stuff, PREGNANCY, anemias, Crigler-Najjar, Gilbery, internal hemhorrooids, liver disease

Culver Root

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Peumus Boldus Common Name

Boldo

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Key component boldo

Volatile Oil

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Key action boldo

Cholegogue

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Key indication boldo

Gallbladder problems

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Key constituents boldo

Volatile oil, alkaloid, flavanoid

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Cholegogue, choleretic, GB tonic, anthelminthic

Boldo

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Stomachic, digestive, diuretic, demuclent

Boldo

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Toxicity of this may cause vomit, convulsions, paralysis

Boldo

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AVOID THIS BECAUSE OF KIDNEY DISEASE

BOLDO

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Contraindicated in Bile duct obstruction, liver disorders, anemia, septic GB inflammation, intestinal spasm

BOLDO

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Common Name for Chionanthus Virginicus

Fringe Tree

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Body System Chionanthus Virginicus

Hepatic

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Key Constituent Fringe Tree

Lignan Glycoside & (saponin)

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Key Action Fringe Tree

Alterative

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Key Indication Fringe Tree

Liver Problems

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Liver problems: jaundice, hepatomegaly, GB inflammation, gallstones, cattarh of bile duct, bilous HA

Chionanthus Virginicus

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Constipation with dry feces, recovery after illness, typhoid fever, diabetes mellitus

Chionanthus Virginicus

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Poultice: Wounds and inflammation

Chionanthus Virginicus

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CONTRAINDICATED: Bile duct obstruction, impacted gallstones, cancers, anemias, Gilber syndrom and Crigler Najjar syndrome, hepatitis, cirrhosis, liver, int spasm

Chionanthus Virginicus

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Common name for discorea villosa

Wild Yam

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Body system for wild yam

genitourinary

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Key ingredient wild yam

steroidal saponins

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Key Action wild yam

antispasmodic

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Key indication for wild yam

(dysmenorreah, painful periods)

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Constituents of wild yam

Steroidal saponins (phytosterols, alkaloid/tannin)

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Actions of Wild Yam

Antispasmodic, anti-inflammatory, autonomic nerve relaxant, antirhuematic (diuretic, diaphoretic, hepatic, cologogue)

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Indications for wild yam

Dysmenoreah, uterine pain, pain of pregnancy, intestinal colic, gripping pains of stowel and bowels, GI irritation, pain and arthrits

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Toxic Component Wild Yam

Saponin and nauseau, vomit, diarrhea

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Contraindications for Wild Yam

Liver stuff, bile duct obstruction, inflammation, cancer, pancreatic cancer

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Toxic component of wild yam

Saponin, Nauseau, vomit, diarrhea

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Artemisa Vulgaris common name

Mugwort

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Body system for artemisa vulgaris

GI

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Key Constitutent for Artemisa Vulgaris

Volatile Oil (Flavanoids, sesquiterpene lactones, triterpenes)

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Key action for Artemisa Vulgaris

Bitter tonic

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Key indication Artesima Vulgaris

Poor digestion

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Indications for Artemisa Vulgaris

Poor digestion, lack of appetite, depression and tension, irregular menses

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Interactions for Mugwort

It can LOWER YOUR BLOOD SUGAR, opposing fx of antacids

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Contraindications Mugwort

Mugwort in pregnancy may act as an abortifactant

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General Bitters Warning

Do not use bitters in kidney stones, GB disease, dysmenorreah, GI reflux disease, hernia, gastritis, peptic ulcer

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CAUTION mugwart

Allergic sensitivity to asteracae, large pronlonged dose

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Why CAUTION of mugwort in diabetes mellutis?

Because regulates pancreatic hormones

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Common name for Silybum Marainum

Milk Thistle

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Body System milk thistle

Hepatic

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Key constituent: Milk Thistle

Flavolignans

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Key Action: Milk Thistle

Hepatoprotective

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Key indication: milk thistle

Liver disease

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Contituents for Milk Thistle

Flavolignans

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Actions for Milk Thistle

Hepatoprotective, hepatotonic, antihepatatotoxic

Cholegogue, choleretic, bitter, demulcent, galactogogal

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How does Milk thistle prevent free radical damage?

Increases protein synthesis in liver cells by preventing free radical damage and preventing formation of leukotrienes by inhibiting lipoxygenase

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Indications milk thistle

live diseases, jaundice, hepatitis, cirhossis, alcoholism with faitty liver, post op, psosiasis

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Prevents hepatotoxicity from dilantin, acetaminophin, reduced mortality from alcohol cirhosis, NON TOXIC

Milk Thistle

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Why is tincture impractical?

alcohol

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What is the common name for Verbena Officialus

Vervain

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What is the most known trait for Vervain

It is a gentle anxiolytic

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Verrain is also helpful for

Easing depression, melancholy, especially after a debilitating illness like influenza as well as seizure and hysteria

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Vervain also helpful for

Diaphoretic... Early stage fever

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Viburnum Opulus common name

Cramp Bark

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Cramp Bark body system

genitourinary

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Key action Cramp Bark

Spasmolytic

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Key indication Cramp Bark

Dysmenorreah

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Indications Cramp Bark

spasmolytic, nervine, astringent, sedative, hypotensive, anti-inflammatory, emmenogogue

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Action Cramp Bark

Muscle Tension & cramps, dysmennorea, menorrhagia, menopause, arthritis, hypertension

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Hamamelis Virgiana Common Name

Witch Hazel

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Key constituent of Hamamaelis Virgiana

Tannin (Tannins, dextrose, flavonoids, choline, volatile oil)

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Key Action of Witch Hazel

Astringent

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Witch Hazel is mostly indicated for

Hemorrhoids

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Other actions of Witch Hazel

astringent, anti-inflammatory, hemostatic

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Indications Witch Hazel

Hemorrhoids, severe diarrhea, dysentary, varicose veins, enlarged cervix, uterine hemorrhage

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Toxicity of hamamelis Virginiana looks like

Red, irritated skin AVOID USE, and do three days on and three days of f

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Chelone Glabra known as

Balmony the bitter

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Balmony is an over all tonic for

digestive *stimulates secretion of digestive juices and acts as a lazative *stimulates appetite, eases colic, dyspepsia and bilousness

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Balmony is also excellent for _________

liver probems

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Balmony is used to treat

Balmony is used to treat gallstones, inflammation of the gallbadder and jundice

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Common Name for Taraxacum Officianuls

Dandelion

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Body System for dandelion

hepatic

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Key Constituent for Dandelion

Sesquiterpene lactones (bitters, coumarins, caratenoids, FA, Flavanoids, resin, pectin)

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Key Action for Dandelion

Choleretic

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Key indication for Dandelion

Bile problems

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Three actions for leaf of taraxacum officianale

Diuretic, choleretic, keratolytic

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Three actions for root

Choleretic, cholegague, bitter digestive tonic, (Aperient) (Laxative) (Anti-rheumatic) (Anti inflammatory) (Anti-tumor) (Keratolytoic)

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Indications for taraxacum officianale

water retention, edema, inadequate bile production, cholecystitis, gallstones, hepatobiliary problems, digestive jaundice, dyspepsia, lack of appetite, warts, cankers

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CONTRAINDICATIONS for taraxicum

Ulcer, stomach inflammed, digestive weakness, bile duct obstruction, lactone allergy, hyperbilirubinemia, hemolytic anemia, Gilbert Syndrome, Criger-Najjer syndrome, liver disease

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Themes for dandelion

diuretic, cholertetic, keratolytic, less edema, bitter, laxative, poor digestion (dyspepsia, constipation)

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Agrimonia Eupatoria

Agrimony

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Body Sytem agrimony

genitourinary

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Key constituent agrimony

volatile oil (bitter, tannin, coumarin)

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Key indication for Agrimony

Lumbar Pain

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Key actions for Agrimony

Genitourinary tonic, astringent, bitter

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Indications for agrinmony

Deep, colicky, lumbar pain, uneasy sensation from the kidneys, chronic gallbladder problems, low stomach acid, decreased kidney function, cystitis, incontinency, gonorrheah, cataral discharge

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What is significant about px pee for agrimony?

urine is muddy, URTI with dropsy

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Bayberry is used for mucous and agrimony too! Examples?

Chronic mucous discharge: Leucorrhea, GI mucus, bronchitis

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Toxicity in agrimony

may cause photosensitivity and hypoglycemia

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PEE WHEN COUGH

agrimony

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Geranium Maculatum Common Name

Cranes Bill

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System for Cranes Bill

GI tract

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Key Action cranes bill

astringent

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Indication cranes bill

diarrhea

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Actions for Cranes bill

astringent, styptic, anti-inflammatory, anti-hemorhage, vulnerar

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Indications Cranes Bill

diarrhea, IBS, hemorrhoids, vaginal bleeding and discharge, bleeding GI ulcers

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Matricaria Recuitita what is common name

German Chamomille

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System for Matricaria Recuita

GI and CNS

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Constituents for Matricaria Recuita

Azulene

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Key actions for matricaria recutita

Nervine and carminiatve

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Indication for Matricaria

Nervous Irrritability

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Actions for Matricaria Recutita

Nervine and carminiative, anti-spasmodic, anti-inflammatory, mild setative, stomachic, antiemetic, analgesic, antiseptic, vulnerary, diaphoretic, anti-microbial, anti-catarhal

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Constituents of Matricaria Recutita

(Volatile Oil), sesquitperne lactones, flavanoids, coumarins

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INDICATIONS chamomile (any condition...)

any condition where relaxing, carminative, and anti-inflammatory is useful

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Indications chamomile

anxiety, insomnia, gastritis, head cold, gingivitis, dyspepsia, loss of appetite, IBS, ulcers, sore throat

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Chamomile can be used externally

cut, bruise, itch, hemorhoid, eye strain

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Steam inhalation

Phlegm, hay fever, asthma, bronchitis

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Salvia Officianalus common name

Garden Sage

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System for Garden Sage

Integumentary

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Key constituent for garden sage

volatile oil, tannins

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Key Action for Garden Sage

antibacterial

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Key indication for Garden Sage

Sore throat

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Actions for Garden Sage

Volatile Oil, astringent, antibacterial

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Indications for Garden Sage

a) Sore throat, tonsil stuff,
b) Bad digestion, food sitting in stomach, cold extremeties, flatulence with gastric debilitiy, stomatitis, gingivitis, cystitis, post lactation

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External garden sage

Laryngitis, pharangytis, stomatitis, gingivitis, glossitis, warts

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Symptoms of Garden Sage OD

Dry mouth, irritated mucosa, restlessness, tremor, kidney damage, restless, tachycardia

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How to treat an OD of salvia officianalus

Do a GI lavage

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Theme of garden sage

Throat and flatulence

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Calendula Officianalus Common Name

Marigold

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System for marigold

Integumentary

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Key constituent marigold

Flavanoid (Caratenoid, bitter)

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Key Action marigold

Vulnerary

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Key Indication marigold

Skin Wounds

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Actions of marigold

vulnerary and antiseptic

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Indications for marigold - Internal

Gastric Ulcers, indigestion, hepatic congestion

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External indications for marigold

External skin trauma, scrape, scald, burn, acne, perineal lacerations during delivery, surgical wounds, varicose veins, gargle in mouth, conjunctivitis eye wash, irritated mucosa, discharge

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Flipendula Ulmaris Common Name

Meadowsweet

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Body system meadowsweet

GI

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Constituent meadowsweet

Volatile Oil

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Action Meadowsweet

Anti-inflmmatory

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Indication meadowsweet

Gastritis/ulceritis

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Constituents

Volatile oil, tannin, flavenoid, Vit C, coumarin, phenolic glycosides

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Action of meadosweet

Carminitive, anti-rheumatic, anti-inflammatory, stomachic, antacid, antiemetic, astringent, diuretic, antipyretic, anticoagulant, antimicrobail

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Indications for Filipendula Ulmaria

Atonic and acid dyspepsia, gastritis, heart burn, hyperacidity, peptic ulcers, nauseau, childhood diarrhea, rheumatic and arthritic pain, fever

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What is an internaction to beware of with meadowsweet?

May increase risk of bleeding with warfarin

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Contraindication in meadowsweet: hypersensitive to _______________

salicylate

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Body system for mentha pepperita

GI

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Constituent in mentha pepperita

Votatile oils

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Key action for mentha pepperita

carminative

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Key indication mentha pepperita

Intestinal colic

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Constituent in mentha pepperita

Volatile oil, tannin, bitter

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Key actions in mentha pepperita

Carminative, antispasmodic, antitussive, decongestent, analgesic, nevine, antiemetic, antypyretic, antisepticl, antimicrobial, diaphoretic, anti-anxiety

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Peppermeint indicated for

Intestinal colic, flatulent dyspepsia, nausea, cholits, chrones

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Peppermint contraindications

Pregnancy, emmenagogue, gallstone, hernia, acid reflex, applied to face of enfants

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Symphtum Officianalus

Comfrey

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Key constituent comfrey

Mucilage

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Key action for comfrey

vulnerary (& demulcent)

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key indication for comfrey

skin ulcers

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Constituent of comfrey

mucilage and tannins

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Indications of symphtum officianalus (internal)

diarrheah, bleeding of uterus, GI ulcers

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External uses of comfrey

Poultice/compress on leg ulcers, bruises, sprains, wounds, trauma with infection, mastitis compress, topical for fractures, gargle: gingivitis or pharyngitis

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Quick review comfree

diarheah, passive hemhorage, bruises and wounds

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Gentiana Lutea

Common name: gentian

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Body system for Gentiana Lutea

GI system

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Constituent for gentiana lutea

Bitter glycoside (xanthones, phenolic acid, alkaloids, sugars)

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Key action for gentiana lutea

Stim/depress CNS

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Key indication gentiana luteal

debilitated digestion

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MOre actions for gentian

bitter digestive stimulant, increase appetite, gastric sectetions, stomach emptying rate, peristalsis, sialagogue,
ALSO GB AND LIVER STUF
hepatic, cholegogue, choleretic

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More indications for gentian

Anorexia, atonic dyspepsia, GI atony, flatulence, nauseau, malabsorption including anemia

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The eclectics, Gentian

Atony of stomach and bowels, imperfect digestion, feeble'slow digetsion, debility, anorexia, ailmeentray insufficency, bilousness, jaundice

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General Contraindications for ALL BITTER

Gallbladder disease, kidney stones, dysmennorea, GI reflux, gastritis, peptic ulcer, hernia

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Pimpinella Ansium

Also called Aniseed

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Constituents of Pimpinella Ansium

Volatile oil, coumarin, flavanoid

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Actions of Aniseed

Big three (Antispasmodic, expectorant, carminative) Antispasmodic, expectorant, carminative, antimicrobia, aromatic, galactagogie

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Key indications of aniseed

Bronchitis, intestinal colic/flatulence, tracheitis

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Valeriana Officianalus

Common name: Valerian

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Body system Valerian

CNS

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Action of Valerian

Sedative

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Indication Valerian

Depression

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Action of valerian

Sedative and pain killer

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Indication for valerian

depression, insomnia from grief and nervousness, irritable, hypochondria, nervous HA, decreased cerebral circulation, epilepsy

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Constituents of valerian

(Volatile oil) and monoterpene

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Action of valerian

Sedative and pain killer

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Indication for valerian

depression, insomnia from grief and nervousness, irritable, hypochondria, nervous HA, decreased cerebral circulation, epilepsy

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Constituents of valerian

(Volatile oil) and monoterpene

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Mechanism of Valerian

Binds to GABA and prevents breakdown *give one to 2 weeks at a time to see if effect occurs *SX: headache, vertigo, altered vision, restlessness, agitation, insomnia, nausea, motility, reflex excitablity, central paralysis

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Action of valerian

Sedative and pain killer

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Indication for valerian

depression, insomnia from grief and nervousness, irritable, hypochondria, nervous HA, decreased cerebral circulation, epilepsy

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Constituents of valerian

(Volatile oil) and monoterpene

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Mechanism of Valerian

Binds to GABA and prevents breakdown *give one to 2 weeks at a time to see if effect occurs *SX: headache, vertigo, altered vision, restlessness, agitation, insomnia, nausea, motility, reflex excitablity, central paralysis

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Zanthoxylum Americanum Common Name

Prickly Ash

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Constituents Prickly ASh

Alkaloids, coumarins, resins, tannins, volatile oil

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This calls for prickly ash (internal)

Poor circulation!

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Action of prickly ash

stimulate, circulatory, tonic, alterative, carminative, diaphoretic, antirheumatic, hetpaic

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Externally can be used for

theumatism, skin disease, works on lymph system, circualtion and mucous membranes

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Contraindications with prickly ash

coagulant

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Common Name Scrophularia Nodosa

Figwort

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Constituent figwort

Iridoid

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Actions Figwort

Alterative, diuretic, laxative, cardiac stimulant

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Figwort is the most widely used for treatment of skin problems including...

Psoriasis, eczema or any condition characterized by ITCH and irritation

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Figwort is most commonly used in ....

Treatment of skin irritation

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FIGWORT SHOULD ABSOLUTELY NOT BE USED IN PEOPLE WITH THIS CONDITION

Tachycardia -> heart stimulant

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Similax SPP is also called

saspirilla

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Body system for saspirilla

Geniturinary

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Key constituent of saspirilla

Steroidal Saponin

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Action of saspirilla

Alterative Tonic (antirheumatic, diuretic, diaphoretic)

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Indication for Saspirilla

Gout

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Indications for Similax SPP

Gout, arthritis, fever, GI disorders, eczema, psoriasis, cancer

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Common name for Echinacea SPP

Cone Flower

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Body System Cone Flower

Immune

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Key constituents cone flower

Immune stimulants

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INdication echinacae

Active infection

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Actions Echinacae

Immunostimulant, anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial, anti--bachterial

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Immuno perspective on echinacae

Echinacae stimulates phagocytosis, activates macrophages, ***vulnerary, anti-tumor, alterative

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Take coneflower when?

1) At first sign of infection because it is antibacterial and antiviral 2) it is good recovery chemopotherapy 3) good for boils, sores, cuts, oral cavity infection, good topically

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CAUTION

Allergic hypersensitivity to asteracae

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CONTRAINDICATIONS FOR ECHINACAE

MS, LEUKOSIS, COLLAGENOSIS, AIDS, HIV, AUTAMMUNE

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Scuttellara Lateriflora skull cap

Skull Cap

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System for skull cap

CNS

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Constituent Skull cap

Volatile oil

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Key action skull cap

Nervine Tonic

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key indication skull cap

Nervousness

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Actions for skull cap

Nervine tonic, antispasmodic, anti-convulsant

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Indications for skull cap

Nervous from illness, mental physical exhaustion, HEADACHE & INSOMNIA from exhaustion, delirium tremors, seizures/neurlagia, Heart disease with nerves (circ and uterine)???

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Toxicity in skull cap would look like

GIDDY, STUPOR, LIMb TWITCHING, SEIZURE, INTERMITTEN PULSE

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Phytolacca Americana Common Name

Poke root

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Poke root body system

Lymph and Muscoskeletal

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Constituent of poke root

Saponins

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Poke root key ACtion

lymphatic, (antiviral, emetic, purgative, laxative)

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Pook root key indication

glandular swelling

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Poke root key indications INternal

Hard, painful glandular swellings, mastitis, diptheria

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ORAL indication poke root

pale mucosa, ulcerations, cough, diptheria, difficult respiration

284

External pokeroot

Very purified extract for conjunctivitis, mastitis, kymphadenopathy, fermentation for ulcers and hemhorrades

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OD pokeroot

Nauseau, vomit, tingle, hypotension DEATH CAUSING depressant to lungs and heart

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Iris Versicolour is also called

Blue Flag

287

Body system for blue flag

Immune

288

Key constituent for blue flag

oleoresin (organic acids, volatile oils)

289

Key action for blue flag

lymphatic alterative, cholegogue, laxative at higher doses

290

Key indication blue flag

lymphatic enlargement

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Indications iris versicolour

lymph and thyroid enlargement, soft no pain

292

GI indicatons for IRIS versicolor

Headache with fever and nauseau < motion and fatty food, headache strating in the occipital area and moves over eyes and foreahad, hepatitis, diarhea, cnronic pancreatitis

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Reproductive Iris Versicolor

Uterine hypertrophy, enlarged ovaries, spermatorreah, lukoreah, ulceration cervical os

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Skin iris versicolor

greasy and oily, acne, psoriasis, abnormal pigment

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Iris versicolor fresh vs dry

Fresh stronger

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Rumex Crispis Common Name

Yellow Dock

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Rumex Crispis system

GI

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Rumex Crispus key constituent

Anthraquinones

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Rumex Crispus Key action

Mild Laxative

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Rumex Crispus Key indication

Mild constipation

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ACtion for Yellow Dock

Laxative, purifier, alterative, blood cleanser
cholegogue, tonic, hepatic,

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Indications Yellow Dock

Mild constipation, sluggish digestion, liver congestion (leading to jaundice), toxic skin of any sort, anemia (yellow doc is a source of iron)

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Toxicity of yellow dock can cause

renal damage

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Yellow dock overuse can cause

hypokalemia and increased toxicity with cardiac glycosides

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Galium Aparine common name

Cleavers

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Body system galium aparin

Immune/lymph

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Key constituent galium aparrine

Organic acids

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Key action galium aparine

antinodular

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Key indication cleavers

lymphadentis

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Iris versicolour versus Cleavers

Iris versicolour = lymph enlargement, cleaver = lymphadentis

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Constituent of galium aparine

organic acids, iridoid glucosides, tannins

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ACtions of galium aparine

refrigerant, diuretic, antinodular

313

Indications for Galium Aparine

lymphatic system tonic, lymphadentis anywhere in the body , nodular growth of skin and mucous membranes

314

Second and third jobs of galium aparine

Exanthem diseases, dry skin, useful in treatment UTIs with associated with pain

315

Common name for urtica dioica

Stinging Nettle

316

Body system for stinging nettle

Genitourinary

317

Constituent stinging nettle

organic acids

318

Key action stinging nettle

astringents

319

Exces mucous stinging nettle

Excess mucous

320

Key constituents stinging nettle

all acids, volatile oil, glucoquinone

321

Indicatios for urtica doica

(excess mucous, cysts, diarrhea,) nutritive anemia, decreased capillary fragiility, gout ACHES AND PAINS, deficieny lactation, external eczema

322

Urtica Dioica toxicity

causes contact dermatitis, red, raised, irritated skin

323

Trifolium Pratense common name

Red clover

324

Body System for red colver

Integumentary

325

Key action for red clover

anti-spasmodic

326

Key constituent for red clover

phenolic glycosides

327

Key indication for red clover

ulcerations

328

Actions for red clover

Anti-spasmodic, antitussive, anti-tumor

329

Internal indications for red clover (skin)

ulcers, burns, skin, cancer, acne

330

Internal actions for red clover (chest)

spasmodic cough, measles, bronchitis, laryngitis, phtinthis

331

Internal indications red clover (Gout)

gout/arthritis

332

EXTERNAL RED CLOVER

Eczema, psoriasis, itch, itch, inflammed skin, cancer growth, sore eyes

333

Red clover contraindicated with

coumarins (bleeding disoders), pre-surgery, prelabor or those taking heparin, coumarin, warfarin

334

CAUTION REDCLOVER

bleeding disorder, heparin therapy, presurgery, prelabor, anticoagulant, estrogen activoty

335

Articum lappa common name

Burdock root

336

Body system articum lappa

Burdock Root

337

Key constituent for burdock root

Lignins

338

Key action for burdock

alterative

339

Key indication burdock root

skin conditions

340

Root burdock ACTIONS

Alterative, digestive, cholegogue, diuretic, diaphoretic, antipyretic, phytoestrogenic, antirheumatic, antimicrobial, hypoglycemic, nutritive, demulcent, anti-tumor, anti-mutagenic

341

LEAVES ACTIONS burdock

alterative, vulnerary, antimicrobial, antibacterial, antifungal

342

SEEDS ACTIONS burdock

alterative, diuretic, urinary tonic, vulnerary

343

ROOTS burdock

Alterative, digestive bitter, cholagogue, diuretic, diaphoretic, antipyretic, phytoestrogenic, anti-microbial, antirheumatic, hypoglycemia, demulcent, antitumor, antimutagenic

344

Leaves burdock (indications)

THE LEAVES ARE THE VULERARY FOR POULTICE

345

Root burdock is indicated for

Dry and scaly skin conditions, psoriasis, eczema, dandrudd, rheumatic and arthritic conditions, anorexia nervosa, cysts and wounds