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Glycyrrhiza Uralensis

Glycyrrhiza uralensis – species of licorice from the Urals a pain-reliever, dilates the blood vessels, and builds up the blood; it settles the stomach and strengthens spleen and lungs; said to have a cooling effect, especially in cases of high fever, and is an important admixture in many composite medications We are NOT recommending using […]

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Glycine Soja – Soy Bean

Glycine Soja – Soy Bean Tou Fu, a soybean curd, has had a reputation as a remedy for jaundice. We are NOT recommending using this herb in any way for any medicinal reason… this blog entry is only for historical research…   ** Chinese Folk Medicine and Acupuncture by: Heinrich Wallnofer and Anna Von Rottauscher […]

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Forsythia suspensa

Forsythia suspensa – Weeping Forsythia Destroys intestinal worms; relieves pain when evacuating the bladder, cures swelling We are NOT recommending using this herb in any way for any medicinal reason… this blog entry is only for historical research…   ** Chinese Folk Medicine and Acupuncture by: Heinrich Wallnofer and Anna Von Rottauscher Bookmark on Delicious […]

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Euphorbia esula – Wolf’s Milk

Euphorbia esula – Leafy Spurge (Wolf’s Milk) Induces evacuation of bowels and bladder; cures the twelve types of dropsy, acute pains, abscesses in the neck or the arm pit, and swollen legs; vasodilator (dilates the blood vessels)   We are NOT recommending using this herb in any way for any medicinal reason… this blog entry […]

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