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Anise Carminative Herbs

ANISE/ ANISEED (Pimpinella anisum) Aniseed has been used throughout history to treat a variety of ailments. It’s seeds were a highly-prized commodity in ancient Greece and Rome, in fact they were so valuable in the East that they were often used to pay taxes. Aniseeds are delightfully fragrant due to their high concentration of anethole, an essential oil. The seeds also contain other important compounds...

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BARLEY Laxative and Purgative

BARLEY (Hordeum distichon) Barley is a whole grain rich in fiber, protein, Vitamin E, Vitamins B2, B6, folic acid. high- When it is cooked, barley has a chewy texture and nutty flavor, something similar to brown rice. Although making a barley is probably the most popular way of eating it, you can use it just like you would use any other grain such as couscous,...

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WORMWOOD Anthelmintic Herbs

WORMWOOD (Artemisia absinthium L) Wormwood is mainly used as a bitter tonic. Chances are that you have heard of the ancient proverb ‘bitter as wormwood.’ Its this bitter characteristic that gives wormwood its significant place in herbal pharmacopeia. As the name implies, wormwood is a powerful worming agent that has been historically used to expel parasites including tapeworms, threadworms, and roundworms from dogs, cats, and...

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INDIAN MALLOW Anthelmintic Herbs

INDIAN MALLOW (Abutilon indicum) Abutilon indicum has been medicinally used in traditional Chinese and Ayurvedic traditions. The entire plant has medicinal value. The leaves are used as demulcent, aphrodisiac, laxative, and sedative. The bark is astringent and diuretic; the seeds are considered to be laxative, demulcent, and expectorant. The entire plant is uprooted, dried and crushed into a powder to be used as a laxative...

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Camphor Anthelmintic Herbs

Camphor (Cinnamomum camphora) Camphor is a white crystalline substance, obtained from the tree Cinnamomum camphora. It has a strong, penetrating fragrance and a bitter, pungent taste. It is slightly cold to the touch like menthol leaves. You may recognize the exclusive smell since it is typically used in mothballs as well as some anti-itching medical formulations. It can be purchased in the form of oil,...

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BLACK WALNUT HULL Anthelmintic Herbs

BLACK WALNUT HULL (Juglans Nigra) Black Walnut tree is native to Eastern North America but is cultivated in many parts of the world. Black Walnut hulls have been used in herbal medicine for centuries to treat various conditions including intestinal problems, snake bites, open wounds, ulcers, and as a laxative. Because of its dark color, the hull was also used as a dye and commonly...

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