Tag - asthma

Cramp Bark

Viburnum opulus Part Used: Dried bark. Constituents: Hydroquinones; arbutin, methylarbutin and traces of free hydroquinone Coumarins, such as scopoletin and scopoline Tannins; mainly catechins. Actions: Anti-spasmodic, anti-inflammatory, nervine...

Sanguinaria canadensis

Blood Root

Sanguinaria canadensis Papaveraceae Names : Red Root, Red Indian Paint, Tetterwort. Habitat : N. America and Canada. Collection : The rhizome is unearthed in early summer (May to June) or in autumn when the leaves have dried. It should be dried...

Pumpkins

Pumpkins (Curcurbita pepo) are members of the Curcurbitaceae (Gourd) Family, and a relative of melons and squash. Their genus is from the Latin for gourd and species name is derived from the Greek word for “Sun ripened.” Originating in...

Pediatric Eczema

Eczema, like its sister asthma, has become an increasingly common problem of todayโ€™s children. The obvious cause for the increasing incidence of both these symptom patterns is undoubtedly the increasing number of vaccines todayโ€™s children receive...

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