Tag - arthritis

Populus tremuloides

White Poplar

Populus tremuloides Salicaceae Names: Quaking Aspen, American Poplar. Habitat: N. American. Collection: The bark should be collected in the spring, taking care notto ring-bark the tree and thus kill it. Part Used: The bark. Constituents: * Phenolic...

Urtica dioica

Nettle

Urtica dioica Urticacea Names: Stinging Nettle Habitat: Everywhere! Collection: The herb should be collected when the flowers are inbloom. Part Used: Aerial parts. Constituents: * Chlorophyll in high yields * Indoles such ashistamine and serotonin *...

Harpagophytum procumbens

Devil’s Claw

Harpagophytum procumbens Pedaliaceae Habitat: Indigenous to Southern and Eastern Africa. Collection: This plant grows in Africa in very arid conditions. The roots are collected at the end of the rainy season. Part Used: Rhizome. Constituents:...

Apium graveolens seeds

Celery Seeds

Apium graveolens Umbelliferae Names: Smallage Habitat: Cultivated widely. The wild variety grows in marshy places. Collection: The seeds should be collected when ripe in the autumn. Part Used: Dried ripe fruits. Constituents: Volatile oil...

MSM:

There have been some amazing claims made for MSM (MethylSulphonylMethane), and especially as an anti-arthritic. But what do you all think? If you do try it, says one reader, it should be used with aloe vera, as this can act as a carrier for the MSM.

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