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Useful herbs

Abies amabilis

To treat stomach ailments, TB, haemorrhoids and various minor complaints (bark); to treat colds, sore throats, for burns, bruises, wounds and sores (resin)

Abies grandis

As a wash for sore and infected eyes and as a gargle for sore throats (gum from bark); in the treatment of stomach problems and TB (root bark or stem); to ease rheumatism or to the chest to treat lung haemorrhages (poultice); in the treatment of colds (leaves)

Abies mariana

A folk remedy for kidney stones, stomach problems and rheumatism (inner bark); in the treatment of stomach pains, trembling and fits (root and bark); on purulent wounds, bad burns, skin rashes, scabies and persistent scabs (resin mixed with oil); in treating respiratory infections and kidney problems (gum or leaves); as a bath or a rub in treating dry skin or sores (leaves)

Abutilon theophrasti

Fever, dysentery, and stomachaches (plant); in the treatment of dysentery and opacity of the cornea; in the treatment of dysentery and urinary incontinence (root); A poultice of the leaves is applied to ulcers.

Acacia pennata

In fever, headache and other body aches (leaf decoction); indigestion in infants (leaf juice mixed with milk); for treatment of bronchitis, asthma and for stomach complaints (bark); cholera treatment, digestive complaints, relief of headache, body pain, snake bites, and even to cure fish poisoning (boiled tender leaves); for flatulence and to cure stomach pain (root).

Acinos arvensis

To alleviate the decayed tooth pain (oil); in stomach pain (herb)

Aconitum carmichaelii

In the treatment of shock and collapse, chronic diseases with symptoms of cold, gastralgia and rheumatic arthralgia, oedema and diarrhoea due to hypofunction of the spleen and kidney (root).

Aconitum heterophyllum

Snakebite, fever, as a tonic, in abdominal pain, diarrhea, hemorrhoids,in the fevers of contagious diseases and inflammation of the intestines.

Acorus gramineus

To bleeding gums (root powder); in the treatment of digestive problems - particularly gastralgia and diarrhoea, cough, bronchial asthma, neurasthenia, depression, epilepsy, body parasites, dermatosis and haemorrhoids(root)

Actaea rubra

In the treatment of stomach pains, coughs, colds, menstrual irregularities, post partum pains, to increase milk flow and as a purgative after childbirth (root)

Adenostemma lavenia

Cuts and wounds (crushed leaves); stomachache, diarrhea (root).

Adina cordifolia

In dysentery, reducing fever, malarial fever, stomachache and as an antiseptic (bark); astringent (root); to treat sores (juice of bark).

Aesculus glabra

For asthma, with continual dyspnoea, non-paroxysmal, tightness in the chest and about the heart, bronchial irritation with constriction, sense of constriction, tightness or uneasiness in the rectum, accompanied or not with hemorrhoids, intestinal irritation with constriction and colicky pains near the umbilicus, rheumatism and piles

Aethusa cynapium

In the treatment of gastro-intestinal problems such as nausea, vomiting and stomachache, especially in children, and also to treat convulsions and summer diarrhoea (herb)

Agastache foeniculum

In the treatment of colds, fevers, weak heart, abdominal pain and gastrointestinal tract spasms (leaf infusion); to treat burns (leaves and stem)

Ainsliaea aptera

The powdered roots are used for quick relief from acute stomachache.

Alocasia indica

Useful in inflammation and diseases of the abdomen and spleen (rootstock); to stings of giant nettle. The juice of the petiole is dropped into the ears of children for otorrhoea. For stomach ache (rhizome).

Amomum subulatum

Tonic for heart and liver, vomiting, biliousness, indigestion, abdominal pains, gravel and rectal diseases (seed). A decoction of seeds is used as a gargle in affections of the teeth and gum.

Andropogon gerardii

For stomach-aches and flatulence (root decoction); to relieve fevers and general debility (leaves)

Aralia nudicaulis

In the treatment of pulmonary diseases, cough, asthma, rheumatism, stomach aches and cystitis (root); used as a poultice in treating rheumatism, sores, burns, itchy skin, ulcers and skin problems such as eczema (root paste)

Arctostaphylos manzanita

To sores and headaches, severe colds and diarrhoea, for stomach ache and cramps (leaves); stomach complaints and as an appetizer to create appetite (fruit)

Aristolochia tomentosa

To promote sweating, stimulate the appetite and promote expectoration, to relieve stomach pains, for fever (root); to slow-healing wounds and in the treatment of pleurisy (chewed root or crushed leaves).

Artemisia absinthium

For sluggish stomach and gall bladder function, prolaped stomach, anemia, anxiety, parturition, chlorosis, depurifying the body, chronic fever, flatulence, gastric pain, gout, urinary stones, heartburn, indigestion, leukemia, depression and migraines.

Artemisia campestris

To treat stomach problems (leaves); to rheumatic joints, eczema, bruises and sores (plant); as a hair tonic and to treat scalp infections (root)

Arundo donax

For dropsy and cancer(rhizome); for stomach ache (roots)

Balsamorhiza hookeri

For stomach problems, bladder difficulties, menstrual irregularities and other female complaints (root); used in the treatment of stomach pains and colds and as a steam bath for treating headaches (decoction of the leaves, roots and stems)

Balsamorhiza sagittata

For stomach pains, colds, whooping cough, TB, fevers and headaches (leaves, root and stem); to treat sore mouths and throats, toothaches, for body aches such as rheumatism, on wounds, blisters, bites, swellings and sores (root); for dysentery (seeds)

Barosma betulina

For kidney and bladder infections, cystitis, urethritis, prostatitis, gravel, inflammation and catarrh of the bladder, painful and burning urination, dysuria, colds and flu, stomach aches, fluid retention, heartburn, inflammation of the colon, rheumatism and inflammation of the gums.

Berberis vulgaris

Diarrhea, dysentery, jaundice and skin diseases (root bark juice); sporadic fever (root bark decoction); throat and mouth irritation (fruit or root decoction); for strengthening the gums and relieving pyorrhea (fruit juice); stomach cancer and stomachache.

Bixa orellana

As a topical antiseptic for ear, eye, and skin infections, for digestive problems, prostate and urinary infections, hypertension and high cholesterol levels (leaves); to tone, balance, and strengthen liver function and for hepatitis and liver inflammation/pain, high cholesterol, skin care and skin anti-aging, sinusitis, constipation, relieves stomachaches and asthma (seeds); in healing of minor wounds and burns, prevents scaring and blisters (pulp and oil); treatment of jaundice, diabetes, influenza, dysentry, venereal diseases (root).

Calotropis procera

Dysentery, diarrhea, indigestion, reducing fever, leprosy, skin diseases and eczema (root bark); cough, cold and asthma (flower and root bark); toothache (latex); rheumatism and syphilis; to relieve stomach pain (leaves); cures piles, asthma, cholera and wounds (flowers).

Capparis micrantha

Used as a drink to reduce fever, to promote urination, and as a remedy for cough (juice of root); to assuage stomachache and to invigorate after childbirth (decoction of the root); for coughs (seed); to relieve stomachache and to treat biliousness and dizziness, to heal syphilitic ulceration of the nose (wood).

Carum carvi

Stomach problems, bronchitis, to increase the production of breast milk in nursing mothers (seed); rheumatism and lumbago (seed vapor); in cancer, cholera, abscesses, flatulence, halitosis, headache and as an emmenagogue; "Caraway water" is used as a veh.

Cassia acutifolia

It increases the peristaltic movements of the colon by its local action upon the intestinal wall. Its active principle must pass out of the system in the secretions unaltered, for when Senna is taken by nurses, the suckling infant becomes purged. It acts neither as a sedative nor as a refrigerant, but has a slight, stimulating influence.

Cassia occidentalis

Snakebite antidote (root); skin diseases (seed and leaf); digestive problems such as constipation, indigestion, gastric pains in children; in cough, asthma and whooping cough, convulsions and in heart diseases (seeds).

Catharanthus roseus

Diabetes and as a wasp sting antidote; for cancer (dried plant); to Hodgkin's disease, menorrhagia and diabetes (dried leaves); mixed with cow dung is used externally for cuts and wounds (pulp of nodes); diabetes, menorrhagia, leukemia and stomach-ache (whole plant); in menorrhagia and the juice for wasp-stings (leaf infusion).

Cichorium intybus

Vomiting (related to biliousness), headache, asthma and as a brain tonic (seed); enlarged liver, jaundice, gout and rheumatism (root decoction); kidney stones (plant decoction); in cancer, fever, sclerosis (spleen), skin maladies, abdominal pain, inflamma.

Cissampelos pareira

Urinary troubles, diarrhea, abdominal pain and as a snakebite antidote (root), leukemia, in fevers, dysentery, dropsy, dyspepsia and nephritis.

Citrus reticulata

In the treatment of dyspepsia, gastro-intestinal distension, cough with profuse phlegm, hiccup and vomiting (pericarp); in the treatment of dyspepsia, gastro-intestinal distension, coughs and profuse phlegm (endocarp); in the treatment of pain in the chest and hypochondrium, gastro-intestinal distension, swelling of the liver and spleen and cirrhosis of the liver (unripened green exocarp); in the treatment of hernia, lumbago, mastitis and pain or swellings of the testes (seeds)

Cleome gynandra

Used as a poutice on sores infested with maggots (seed paste); curing coughs (infusion); to cure diseases such as scurvy, to improve eyesight, provide energy and cure marasmus (leaves); squeezed into ears, nostrils and eyes to treat epileptic fits and earache (leaf sap); facilitate childbirth in pregnant women, treat stomach-ache and constipation, treat severe thread-worm infection, relieve chest pains (boiled leaves or roots); in the treatment of scorpion stings and snake bites (plant).

Crataegus pinnatifida

To lower blood cholesterol levels and to improve blood circulation, for abdominal distension, pain, diarrhoea and to induce menstruation (fruit); in the treatment of difficult labour, hernia and swollen genitals (seed); as an antidote to varnish poisoning (leaves and twigs); in the treatment of nausea and vomiting (root)

Crateva religiosa

Used to promote digestion, to relieve headache, stomachache, and dysentery and also applied externally for earache (leaves); to empty the bowels (liquid from the bark).

Crinum latifolium

Rubefacient in rheumatism (crushed and roasted bulbs); in earache, prostate cancer, benign prostatic hyperplasia and polycystic ovary syndrome (leaf juice); for stomachache and veterinary fever (bulbs); allergic conditions (plant extract).

Cymbopogon nardus

Increasing the secretion of gastric juices (leaf); As emmenagogue, helps with gastro-intestinal distress including stomach ache and colitis, intestinal parasites, rheumatism, arthritis pain, cold and flu (Essential plant oil)

Delphinium denudatum

Healing wounds, hemorrhoids, gout and as a brain tonic (root); abdominal pain and hookworm disease (root decoction).

Descurainia pinnata

In the treatment of stomach complaints (seeds); to ease the pain of toothache (plants poultice); as a wash on sores (leaves infusion)

Diervilla lonicera

In the treatment of stomach aches (leaves); in catarrhal angina (plant); to increase milk flow in a nursing mother and as an eyewash for sore eyes (bark infusion)

Emblica officinalis

To treat fever, lack of appetite, piles, worms, anaemia, jaundice, intrinsic haemorrhage, hoarseness of voice, hiccough, cough, fainting, heart diseases, vomiting, burning sensation, abdominal pain, gastritis, dyspepsia, obesity, leprosy, rheumatism, erysipelas, chicken-pox, greying of hair, hair loss, diabetes, suppression of urine, leucorrhoea, burning sensation in female genitals, amenorrhea, eye diseases, for promoting intellect and to improve memory, as rejuvenative, and aphrodisiac (promotes spermatogenesis and in premature ejaculation) (fruit and seed). Local systems of medicine employ it for fever, indigestion, bronchitis, asthma, constipation, headache, liver complaint, diabetes, dysentery, ophthalmic disorders, nerve tonic, cholera, diarrhoea, nasal haemorrhage, cystitis, oedema and leucorrhoea.It has expectorant, antioxidant, anticancerous properties.

Ficus religiosa

For skin diseases (leaf), dysentery, diarrhea and gonorrhea (bark decoction); in heart arrhythmia and sexual disorders, such as spermatorrhea and premature ejaculation, as an astringent (bark),in anal fistula, ulcer and wounds as an absorbent in inflammatory swellings (dried bark),for inflammatory ulcers (tender fresh leaves),in stomach ache and constipation (ripe fruits). The aerial roots are chewed by women to induce conception.

Fritillaria roylei

For the disease of the eye and all women's diseases. Used in the treatment of TB, asthma, bronchitis, burns and stomach pains.

Gentiana kurroo

Increasing the secretion of gastric juices, urinary troubles and as a tonic (plant); fevers, abdominal pain and for purifying blood (root). Best strengtheners of the human system, stimulating the liver, gall bladder and digestive system; taken internally in the treatment of liver complaints, indigestion, gastric infections, anorexia, gout, torpid liver, spleen enlargement, anaemia and worms. It should not be prescribed for patients with gastric or duodenal ulcers.

Gentiana lutea

As a bitter tonic, stimulating and strengthening the gastrointestinal tract and other areas of the body, in debility, gout, cancer, ague, catarrhal gastritis, indigestion, heartburn, fainting, jaundice, podagra, stomachache, vomiting and wounds.

Gloriosa superba

Antimalarial, increasing the secretion of gastric juices, laxative and as a tonic (tuber); leprosy and anthelmintic (root); to treat arthritis , piles, boils, for extraction of foreign body, for easy delivery, baldness, scrofula and ear diseases (root powder); effective against paralysis, rheumatism, snake bite, insect bites and leaf-juice effective against lice (root-paste). Various ethnic medical practices across India employ this plant for gout, stomachache,intermittent fevers, wounds, spleen complaints, syphilis, tumours, asthma, cholera, gonorrhoea, leprosy, piles, dropsy, labour pain and for acute spasmodic pain.

Gmelina arborea

In rheumatism and stomach problems (root decoction); gonorrhea and as an anthelmintic (leaf juice); for cough (root decoction and leaf juice); making prosthetics (wood); increasing the secretion of gastric juices and as a tonic (bark); in fever (root decoction); for headache, anasarca, asthma, bronchitis, cholera, colic pain, diarrhoea, dropsy, dyspepsia, epilepsy, fever, phthisis, rheumatism, small pox, sore, spleen complaints, syphilis, throat swelling, urticaria, fever, urinary complaints, urticaria, consumption, wounds and leucorrhoea (herb).

Guazuma ulmifolia

To treat diarrhea, hemorrhages and uterine pain (dried bark, fruit); to aid in childbirth, for gastrointestinal pain, asthma, diarrhea and dysentery, wounds, and fevers (fresh bark)

Helicteres isora

Snakebite antidote, diabetes and infections in the abdomen (root); stomachache(fruit); dysentery and diarrhea (fruit and bark); in dysentery and diarrhoea (bark); in otorrhoea (seed powder and mixed with pure castor oil or coconut oil); diarrhoea, dysentery, and gripping pain in the bowels, flatulence and in diabetes (root decoction); to children to kill intestinal worms (fried fruits). Besides, a decoction of its fruits with Achyranthes aspera plant also prescribed to give in fever.

Hydrastis canadensis

Arteriosclerosis, athlete's foot, cancer, catarrh, common cold, ear ailments, eczema, enterorrhagia, gland infections, hemorrhoids, diarrhea, habitual constipation, influenza, kidney ailments, liver ailments, metrorrhagia, mouth sores and mucous ulcerations.

Hypericum perforatum

As an antidepressant, in mania, apathy, hypersomnia, and insomnia, anorexia, psychomotor retardation, depression feelings of worthlessness, anxiety disorders and aids in healing wounds and ulcers (for nervous disorders. the drug may take as long as a month before any effects are noticed). It is also used for menopausal changes triggering irritability and anxiety. In addition to neuralgic pain, it will ease fibrositis, sciatica and rheumatic pain.

Externally it is a healing and anti-inflammatory remedy. As a lotion it will speed the healing of wounds and bruises, varicose veins and mild burns. The oil is especially useful for the healing of sunburn. It has the calming properties, useful in treating bedwetting, insomnia, and other nervous conditions, as well as some form of melancholy. An oil extract of the herb can be taken for stomach ache, colic, intestinal problems, and as an expectorant for the congestion in the lungs. A tea made from the flowers is good for anemia, headache, insomnia, jaundice, chest congestion, and catarrh. A tea made from the herb has been used for uterine cramping and menstrual difficulties. The oil extract also make a good external application for burns, wounds, sores, bruises, and other skin problems.

Hyptis suaveolens

Used in catarrhal conditions, affections of the uterus and parasitical cutaneous diseases, for headache and as snuff to stop bleeding of the nose; colic and stomachaches (leaf juice)

Hyssopus officinalis

In the treatment of flatulence, stomach-aches, upper respiratory tract infections, coughs in children etc (tea from leaves); in gargles for quinsy and ordinary sore throat.

Ipomoea pes-caprae

Leaves are used as an external application for rheumatism, dropsy and colic. The juice of the leaves is given as a diuretic in dropsy and at the same time the bruised leaves are applied to the dropsical part. The seeds are used as a remedy for stomachache and cramp. The stem juice is applied to bites and stings of fishes. The dried juice of the root is used as a purgative. A decoction of the roots and leaves is used in rheumatism, gout gonorrhoea and dropsy. Juice is given as diuretic in dropsy.

Ixora coccinea

In dysentery, diarrhea and leucorrhea (flower); scabies (aerial part); for sores and ulcers (decoction of flower and bark); used in hiccup, fever, gonorrhoea, loss of appetite and abdominal pain(roots).

Jatropha gossypifolia

Cancer, in urinary complaints (plant); skin diseases, for stomach ache, venereal diseases, blood purifier and boils (leaf); as an antidote for snake bite (root); for sores on the tongues of babies (leaf juice)

Juniperus communis

In urinary tract diseases, dropsy, digestive maladies, maladies associated with the chills, rheumatism and body aches. Oil of Juniper is given as a diuretic, stomachic, and carminative in indigestion, flatulence, and diseases of the kidney and bladder. The oil mixed with lard is also used in veterinary practice as an application to exposed wounds and prevents irritation from flies. Spirit of Juniper is employed as a stimulating diuretic in cardiac and hepatic dropsy. The fruit is readily eaten by most animals, especially sheep, and to prevent and cure dropsy.

Lagerstroemia speciosa

As a laxative (leaf and bark), stimulant and astringent (root); for diabetes mellitus (leaf decoction); in abdominal pain and diarrhoea (bark)

Larrea tridentata

For fever, influenza, colds, upset stomach, gas gout, arthritis, sinusitis, anemia, fungus infections, in the treatment of allergies, autoimmunity diseases, and Premenstrual Syndrome. To treat diarrhoea and stomach troubles (leaf decoction)

Mangifera indica

In rheumatism, diphtheria and diarrhea (bark and flower); diabetes, scalds and burns (leaf); for severe bleeding, catarrh, hemoptysis, external ulcers, toothache and for preventing plaques of the teeth; in cases of diarrhea, chronic dysentery, catarrh of the bladder and chronic urethritis resulting from gonorrhea (dried mango flowers); on cracks in the feet and on scabies, and is used to treat syphilis (resinous gum from the trunk); as vermifuges and as astringents in diarrhea, hemorrhages and bleeding hemorrhoids (kernel decoction and powder); for diarrhea, fever, chest complaints, diabetes, hypertension etc (leaf decoction); scurvy and sthomachache (fruit)

Mentha piperita

Stomach problems (including colic), gall bladder pains, nausea and as a stimulant (plant); headache and local aches (leaf); diuretic, alleviating spasms and as an expectorant (during colds). The anti-spasmodic quality relieves pain arising in the alimentary canal. Due to its stimulating, stomachic and carminative properties, it is effective in treating certain forms of dyspepsia, flatulence and colic. Peppermint tea is used also for palpitation of the heart. In cases of hysteria and nervous disorders, an infusion of Peppermint is administered.

Morella cerifera

For stomachaches, fever, headaches (leaves); to children with stomachaches, for inflamed tonsils (roots); for fevers (leaves and stem).

Murraya koenigii

In diarrhea, dysentery and relieving pain associated with the stomach and kidneys (leaf); for rashes and bites from poisonous insects and reptiles (bark); for skin eruptions and poisonous bites (root and bark); cure skin eruptions and to relieve burns (crushed leaves).

Nigella sativa

In biliousness, colic, constipation, debility, fever, headache, herpes, jaundice, ophthalmia, parturition, rheumatism, sores, septicemia, sciatica, anal sclerosis, stomachache; to increase the secretion of milk, are good for digestive and menstrual disorders, insufficient lactation and bronchial complaints, soothing stomach pains and spasms and easing wind, bloating and colic, to treat abscesses, haemorrhoids and orchitis (seeds); to remove lice from the hair (powdered seed).

Ocimum gratissimum

In neuralgia (seed); in rheumatism (leaves); in stomach ache, ringworm and as anthelmintic (leaf juice).

Ocimum sanctum

Used in catarrh, cough, bronchitis, ringworm and other cutaneous diseases, stomachic in gastric disorders of children and in hepatic affections.

Oroxylum indicum

The root-bark is used as an astringent and tonic and also in diarrhoea and dysentery. The stem bark is used in acute rheumatism. In the form of an infusion, it is used as a diaphoretic. The fruits are used as carminative and stomachic, while the seeds are used as purgative. The roots are used in dropsy and the leaves are reputed as an emollient. Tender fruits are described as carminative and stomachic.

Panax quinquefolium

Reducing fever, as a carminative, tonic and stimulant (root); in children's ailments, nausea, nervousness, obesity, rheumatism, tuberculosis and venereal diseases; maladies of the gastrointestinal tract, kidney, liver, lung and repiratory tract, mouth and skin.

Papaver somniferum

Bruises, sprains, toothache, cancer, tumors of the abdomen, catarrh, colds, conjunctivitis, ophthalmia fever, headache, diarrhea, dysentery, dysmenorrhea, hypertension, insomnia, leprosy, malaria, mania, nausea, stomach ache, neuralgia, whooping cough. It is administered to relieve pain and calm excitement.

Perilla frutescens

For alleviating spasms, as a sedative, antiasthmatic, stimulating the secretion of gastric juices and as a tonic (plant); colds, chest stuffiness, vomiting, abdominal pain etc (leaves); to cuts and wounds (leaf juice); for morning sickness (stem)

Phoenix dactylifera

For ague, anemia, asthma, bronchitis, cancer, catarrh, chest, condylomata, cough, diarrhea, eyes, fatigue, fever, flu, gonorrhea, endurations, longevity, piles, pterygia, splenitis, sterility, stomachache, thirst, toothache, tuberculosis, urogenital ailments, vaginitis, virility, warts, and whitlows

Pimpinella anisum

In the treatment of various respiratory problems. It is a sexual stimulant and increases the production of breast-milk. It is used the treatment of asthma, whooping couch, coughs and pectoral affections and digestive disorders such as wind, bloating, colic, nausea and indigestion. Externally it is used to treat infestations of lice and scabies. Anise warms the abdomen, dispels gas and is helpful for belching, vomiting, chronic diarrhea, abdominal pains, sluggish digestion and hernia. Star Anise is used as a sedative, especially for nervousness and to induce sleep.

Pimpinella diversifolia

As a carminative (plant); in "Amchi medicine" (fruit and root)

Polypodium vulgare

For melancholia and also for rheumatic swelling of the joints (fresh roots); in jaundice, dropsy and scurvy, and combined with mallows removes hardness of the spleen, stitches in the side and colic. In the treatment of pleurisy, hives, sore throats and stomach aches and as a mild laxative for children (tea from roots).

Quassia amara

For diarrhea, intestinal worms, dysentery, dyspepsia, excessive mucus, expelling worms, intestinal gas, stomachache, anemia, and liver and gastrointestinal disorders (plant); for liver and gallbladder diseases and for intestinal parasites (wood).

Rosa indica

For sprains, ulcers and wounds (fruit); in dysmenorrhoea, poor circulation, stomach pains and swellings (flower buds); used in the treatment of arthritis, boils, coughs etc (decoction of leaves, fruits and roots).

Rubus glomeratus

Used for dysentery and other internal complaints (decoction of the roots); used externally to the abdomen to mitigate abdominal pain (heated leaves); applied on sores to promote healing (leaves); to treat diarrhoea or dysentery (stem sap); for cough (roots and leaves); as a remedy for the nocturnal micturation of children (fruits).

Rumex nepalensis

To cure dysentery, syphilis, to dislocated bones and constipation (root); in stomachaches (root extract); to relieve headaches (leaves).

Santalum album

Chronic bronchitis, gonorrhoea, gleet, in chronic cystitis, vomiting and stomach-ache, to burns; in fevers and headache (wood paste). The oil is active against Eberthella typhosa and Escherichia coli. The oil from the seeds is used in skin troubles.

Saussurea costus

In skin diseases, rheumatism and as a fumigant (root oil); cholera, increasing the secretion of gastric juices, asthma, bronchitis, in the treatment of abdominal distension and pain, chest pains due to liver problems and jaundice, gall bladder pain, constipation associated with energy stagnation (root).

Sida acuta

To treat nervous and urinary diseases and disorders of the blood and bile (root). Intensely bitter, it is used as an infusion and in conjunction with ginger to treat intermittent fever; it is also used as a stomachic, to treat chronic bowel complaints, and as an aphrodisiac; as panacea for rheumatism (whole plant).The leaves, warmed and moistened with sesame seed oil, are used to hasten suppuration and painful boils; in haemorrhoids, fevers, impotency, gonorrhea and rheumatism (roots and leaves).

Sophora tomentosa

As an anticholinergic ans in stomachache (seed); in bilious disorders (seed and root); in cough (seed oil)

Styrax benzoin

Used in the treatment of asthma, bronchosis, cancer, catarrh, colic, constipation, corn, cough, cramp, dermatosis, enterosis, gout, immunodepression, laryngosis, nervousness, rheumatism, stomachache, stroke and ulcer.

Tabernaemontana divaricata

As a vermicide and in diarrhea (root powder); eye pressure and corneal inflammation (latex); to treat hypertension, headache, and scabies (roots); as an aphrodisiac, and has a reputation of making women more fertile (bark); ophthalmia (juice from the flowers); to alleviate stomach and rheumatic pains, as well as diarrhoea (decoctions of the bark).

Teramnus labialis

In tuberculosis, bronchitis, in rheumatism, nervous affections, haemoptysis and catarrh (plant); astringent, stomachic, febrifugal and aphrodisiac (fruit); as a tonic and antipyretic (fruit and plant).

Thalictrum foliolosum

In ophthalmia, diarrhea, hemorrhoids, skin discoloration, reducing fever, in piles, leucoderma, eczema, boils, toothache, atonic indigestion, as a tonic and laxative (root); pains in the abdomen (root decoction); rheumatism and gout (plant)

Trichosanthes quinquangulata

Used externally to calm itchiness (seed oil); taken with wine to assuage stomachaches (seed powder)

Triticum aestivum

For cancers, corns, tumors, warts, and whitlow (seeds); biliousness and intoxication (young stems); malaise, sore throat, thirst, abdominal coldness and spasmic pain, constipation and cough (seed sprout)

Vaccinium myrtillus

For indigestion, dysentery and diarrhea (especially for juveniles) (fruit); in infections of the urinary tract, to treat gastrointestinal ailments (leaf); in periodontal disease (leaf and fruit); to improve night vision; in the treatment of ulcers and in ulceration of the mouth and throat (decoction of leaves and bark)

Vernonia anthelmintica

As a scorpion sting antidote, anthelmintic, tonic and increasing the secretion of gastric juices. The seeds are anthelmintic and are used in many areas as a febrifuge and for treating skin diseases and leucoderma in Ayurvedic practice. The seeds are also tonic, stomachic and diuretic.

Viola odorata

For abdominal pain (oil); in asthma, bronchitis, sore throat and malaria (plant); as an emetic (root and seed); in kidney stones, as a diaphoretic, expectorant, antipyretic and diuretic; also used as a laxative (flower, root and seed). Violet flowers possess slightly laxative properties. Syrup of Violets is also employed as a laxative, and as a coloring agent and flavouring in other neutral or acid medicines. The flowers have undoubted expectorant qualities. The fresh flowers are also added to salads; have a laxative effect.

Zingiber zerumbet

For sprains, indigestion and other ailments; stomach ache (root)




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