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DISCLAIMER: These pages are presented solely as a source of INFORMATION and to provide stern warnings against use where appropriate. No claims are made for the efficacy of any herb nor for any historical herbal treatment. In no way can the information provided here take the place of the standard, legal, medical practice of any country. Additionally, some of these plants are extremely toxic and should be used only by licensed professionals who have the means to process them properly into appropriate pharmaceuticals. One final note: many plants were used for a wide range of illnesses in the past, but be aware that many of the historical uses have proven to be ineffective for the problems to which they were applied.



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= Denotes a POISONOUS agent/s. Professionals only! These agents are more common in Chinese medicine where they are especially processed to render them safe, or else used in homeopathic tinctures which are safe to take. There are also instances where one component of the plant is safe, as in the Castor Bean which is deadly, but its oil is safe to use.
Consider this page a starting point for your research and/or discussion with your medical professional as it cannot endorse the herbs which have been used traditionally for these conditions.
If you have a better link than the ones I have provided, please let me know.
The DO FIRST section will lead you to professional medical pages online for more information on the topic.
The HOW TO USE/MORE INFO section will take you to a more in depth discussion of the ways to use natural agents. Although not always stated, more information can be obtained on the individual herb pages.
The Healthline links are not all the same; they will take you to pages related to the specific topics.

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SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES/VENEREAL DISEASE
Diseases which are transmitted through the act of sexual intercourse. Requires professional medical care
TYPE DO FIRST NATURAL AGENTS HOW TO USE/MORE INFO
GENERAL See Healthline Balsam; Basil, Holy; Bay; Bearberry; Buttonbush; Lobelia, Great Blue; New Jersey Tea (sores); Selfheal; Water Plantain
= Arrowwood; Bloodroot; Butterfly Weed (sores)
See individual herb pages
AIDS
(Aquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome. Caused by HIV (human immunodeficiency virus), there are several stages: Acute (initial infection); Asymptomatic stage, Full-blown AIDS. This condition must be under the care of a medical professional. Also see Immune System
See Healthline Black Chebula; Cannabis; Cat's Claw; St Johnswort; Selfheal See AIDS
GONORRHEA See Healthline Ailanto; Arrowhead; Ash, Prickly; Aspen, Quaking; Arrowhead; Bala; Balm of Copaiba; Balsam; Balsam of Peru; Birch, Common; Bistort; Blackberry Lily; Blazing Star; Boldo; Canary Island Tea Plant; Cannabis; Cleavers; Couchgrass
= Asthma Weed; Black Cohosh (male); Bonduc Nut; Burdock
See individual herb pages
HERPES/GENITAL WARTS See Healthline Bay; Cat's Claw; Cedar, White; Chickweed; Poplar, White See Herpes
SYPHILIS See Healthline Agave; Alder, Tag (secondary); Angelica Tree; Ash, Prickly; Aspen, Quaking (sores); Bayberry; Black Face God; Brunsfelsia; Burdock; Calendula; Caroba; Soapwort; Turkey-Corn
= Arrowwood; Boxwood (secondary)
Same as above
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SCLEROSIS
Tissue hardens and deposits of fibrous tissue appear and replace the original tissue. A serious condition requiring professional medical management
TYPE DO FIRST NATURAL AGENTS HOW TO USE/MORE INFO
GENERAL See Healthline Artichoke (artery); Bay (liver); Birch, Silver (artery); Bishop Flower (artery); Black Currant (artery); Butcher's Broom (artery); Cayenne (artery); Celandine (artery); Chicory (artery); Corn (artery); Crampbark; Garlic (artery); Linden (artery)
= Camphor
See individual herb pages plus specific types
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SKIN
The membrane covering the body and is composed of two layers: a thin outer layer (epidermis) and a thicker, deeper, connective tissue layer (dermis).
TYPE DO FIRST NATURAL AGENTS HOW TO USE/MORE INFO
GENERAL PROBLEMS See Healthline Alder, American Black; Alder, Tag; Alliaria (when slow to heal); Aloe (healing); Amalaki; American Ivy; Angelica; Angelica Tree; Ash, Prickly (chronic conditions); Ash, Prickly Southern; Aspen, Quaking; Atractylodes ovata; Avens; Avens, Japanese; Avens, Yellow (obstinate diseases); Bahia Powder; Balsam; Balsam of Peru; Barberry, Common; Baybery; Bead Tree; Beech; Bethroot; Bilberry; Blueberry; Bogbean (obstinate conditions); Boneset; Buchu; Burdock; Burnet; Burnet, Salad; Butter-and-Eggs; Butternut; Cabbage; Cajuput; Calendula; Cardamine (chronic); Cassie (see Acacia); Catnip; Cedar, True; Chamomile; Chervil; Chickweed; Clover, Red; Comfrey; Crampbark (tubucular); Cucumber; Dandelion; Elderflower; Figwort; Johnny-Jump-Up; Mullein; New Jersey Tea; Palmarosa (imbalances); Parsley; Plantain (chronic); Poplar, Balsam; Poplar, Ontario; Sarsaparilla; Sassafras; Speedwell (chronic); Squawvine; Thyme; Walnut, Black; Walnut, English;
= Abrus; Alder Buckthorn; Arrowwood; Asthma Weed; Birthwort; Bittersweet, American (chronic conditions); Bloodroot; Bonduc Nut; Bearded Darnel; Buttercup; Camphor; Castor Bean
See Skin and Ointments
ACNE
(An inflammation of the sebaceous glands causing an eruption. Antibiotics work well on this condition. Herbalists have traditionally treated it from the inside out by cleaning up the system through herbs and diet.)
See Healthline Aloe; Ampelopsis; Asparagus; Bahia Powder; Basil, Holy; Bean; Burdock; Cabbage; Cajuput; Catnip; Cat's Claw; Chamomile; Clover, Red; Dandelion; Echinacea; Fenugreek; Lady's Mantle; Sage; Schizandra; Selfheal; Walnut, Black; Walnut, English; Yarrow
= Arnica; Blue Flag
Same as above
ACNE: CYSTIC Same as above Bahia Powder Same as above
ALLERGIES See Healthline Chicory Same as above
BEDSORES See Healthline Balsam of Peru; Calendula; Comfrey; Cucumber; Myrrh Same as above
BLACKHEADS See Healthline Agrimony Same as above
BLEMISHES/PIMPLES/ERUPTIONS Same as above Agrimony; Angelica; Astragalus (when slow to heal); Birch, Common; Bistort; Butter-and-Eggs; Butternut; Celandine; Chicory; Cucumber
= Arrowwood; Bittersweet, American; Castor Bean; Melon, Bitter Indochinese
Same as above
CALLUS See Healthline Chamomile Same as above
CANCER See Healthline Same as above plus Cancer
CHAPPED or ROUGH SKIN See Healthline Ash, Black; Balsam Pear; Beech (lips); Calendula; Pumpkin See Skin and Ointments
CHILBLAIN
(Swelling and congestion of the skin usually seen on the front of the legs and which is caused by exposure to cold; marked by burning and itching.
See Healthline Ash, Prickly Southern; Balm of Copaiba; Barley; Buckwheat; Butcher's Broom; Cajuput; Cayenne; Elder; Poplar, White; Thistle, Blessed
= Arnica; Bloodroot; Camphor
See same as above plus Chilblains
COLD SORE
(Caused by a Herpes virus)
See Healthline Balm, Lemon; Bupleurum; Coltsfoot; Comfrey; Lavender
= Camphor; Camphor, Borneo
See Skin and Ointments
CORNS See Healthline American Ivy; Apricot, Japanese; Brucea; Burdock; Cannabis; Cashew; Celandine; Chamomile Same as above
CRACKED SKIN/SCRATCHES/
MINOR WOUNDS
See Healthline Bletilla; Calendula; Horseradish Same as above
CRUSTY/SCABBY CONDITIONS See Healthline Burnut; Yellowdock Same as above
CUTS See Healthline and MC FIRST AID GUIDE Ajuga; Aloe; Aspen, Quaking; Balsam; Bayberry; Beechdrops; Betony; Calendula; Carrot; Carrot, Wild; Chickweed; Chicory; Clove; Comfrey; Echinacea; Lavender; Marshmallow; Plantain; Poplar, Balsam; Selfheal; Stevia; Stoneroot; Witch Hazel
= Bloodroot; Butterfly Weed
See Cuts
DRY SKIN See Healthline Bletilla; Borage; Costmary; Poplar, Ontario See Skin and Ointments
ECZEMA See Healthline Alliaria; Aloe; Ash, White; Aspen, Quaking; Atractylodes lancea; Atractylodes macrocephela; Avocado; Bahia Powder; Balm, Lemon; Balmony; Balsam of Peru; Bay; Bead Tree; Bean; Beggartick, Swamp; Bilberry; Birch, Common; Birch, Silver; Blackberry; Blueberry; Borage; Burdock; Burnet; Butternut; Calendula (dry eczema); Cedar, White; Celandine; Chamomile; Chervil; Chickweed; Cleavers; Clover, Red; Comfrey; Crampbark; Dandelion; Evening Primrose; Figwort; Jewelweed; Pinks, Chinese; Poplar, Balsam; Poplar, White; Walnut, Black; Walnut, English
= Bloodroot; Blue Flag; Boxthorn
Same as above
ERUPTIVE DISEASES See Healthline Aster, New England; Walnut, English Same as above plus see specific diseases
FRECKLES See Healthline Balsam of Peru
= Blue Flag
See individual herb pages
FUNGAL INFECTIONS See Healthline Apricot, Japanese; Burdock; Cinnamon; Tea Tree See Infection
HIVES See Healthline Agrimony; Angelica; Burdock; Burnut; Catnip; Comfrey; Fo-ti See Skin and Ointments
ICTHYOSIS
(Scaly skin; can be an inherited condition)
See Healthline Burdock Same as above
INDURATIONS
(A thickening of tissue such as appears at the edges of inflamed wounds)
See Healthline Cleavers
= Melon, Bitter Indochinese
Same as above
INFECTION See Healthline Balsam of Peru; Basil, Holy; Cleavers; Elder (mild); Turkey-Corn
= Birthwort
See Infection
INFECTION: ERYSIPELAS
(Streptococcus infection of the skin and underlying tissue; accompanied by high fever and a toxic reaction)
Requires professional medical care
See Healthline
Apple; Arsesmart; Burdock (facial); Caesar Weed; Chickweed; Coltsfoot; Crampbark Same as above
INFLAMMATION/DERMATITIS See Healthine Abscess Root; Akebia; Ampelopsis; Anaphalis; Apple; Avocado; Bilberry; Blackberry Lily (rice field); Bupleurum; Chamomile; Cleavers; Cucumber; Figwort; Pearly Life Everlasting; Pinks, Chinese See Skin and Ointments
IRRITATION/CHAFING See Healthline Alkanet; Angelica; Arsesmart; Beechdrops; Beggartick, Swamp; Birch, Paper; Chickweed; Cleavers; Corn; Cucumber; Evening Primrose
= Castor Bean
Same as above
ITCH/PRURITIS See Healthline Alder; Ambrette; Angelica; Angelica anomala; Anise (insect bites); Apple; Arrowhead; Ash, Black; Ash, Prickly; Ash, White; Bahia Powder (dhobi's itch); Balsam Pear; Barberry, Common; Basil, Holy; Bay; Bayberry; Bean; Betel; Blueberry; Borage; Burnet; Burnut; Burrweed; Chickweed; Costmary; Thyme; Yellowdock
= Alder Buckthorn; Anemone raddena; Asthma Weed; Birthwort, Frail; Camphor
Same as above plus Itching
LESION See Healthline Burnut; Celandine (tubercular) See individual herb pages
MOLES See Healthline = Melon, Bitter Indochinese Same as above
PARASITES See Parasites: External
PIGMENTATION See Healthline Bishop Flower See individual herb pages
POISON IVY/OAK See Healthline Aloe; Aster, New England; Astragalus nitidus; Basil, Holy; Bayberry, English; Bearberry; Beech, American; Burdock; Grindelia (oak); Mint (oak); Jewelweed; Plantain; Walnut, Black See Poison Ivy
PRICKLY HEAT See Healthline Bead Tree See Skin and Ointments
PRURIGO
(A chronic inflammatory condition marked by severe itching and tiny pink irritated spots)
See Healthline Burdock See individual herb pages
PSORIASIS See Healthline Aloe; Avocado; Bahia Powder; Birch, Silver; Bishop Flower; Burdock; Burnut; Cayenne; Cedar, White; Celandine; Chamomile; Chickweed; Cleavers; Clover, Red; Comfrey; Figwort; Walnut, Black See Skin and Ointments
PUSTULES See Healthline Calendula See individual herb pages
RASH See Healthline Angelica; Beech, American; Cairo Morning Glory; Calendula; Ceylon Spinach; Chamomile (nettle rash); Chickweed; Comfrey; Coriander; Cucumber (heat rash); Evening Primrose; Plantain (nettle rash); Tansy; Walnut, Black
= Anemone raddena; Arnica; Bloodroot
See Skin and Ointments
RASH: DIAPER See Healthline Calendula; Comfrey Same as above plus Babies/Children
SCAB See Healthline Alder; Borage; Catnip See Skin and Ointments
SCAR/SCARRING See Healthline Calendula; Chickweed; Comfrey Same as above
SCROFULODERMA
(Tuberculosis of the skin)
Requires professional medical treatment
See Healthline
Agrimony; Arrowhead; Bayberry; Celandine; Crampbark; Thyme; Walnut, Black See individual herb pages
SEBORRHEA See Healthline Chamomile See Skin and Ointments
SENSITIVE SKIN See Healthline Chamomile Same as above
SORES See Healthline Agave; Ajuga; Alder, American Black (unresponsive sores); Angelica; Annatto; Arrowhead; Ash, Black; Ash, Prickly; Ash, White; Ashwaganda; Aspen, Quaking; Avens, Yellow; Bala; Balm, Lemon; Balmony; Balsam; Barberry, Common; Barley; Basil, Holy; Bayberry; Beech, American; Betel (wet/weeping); Betony (unresponsive); Birch, Paper; Birch, Sweet; Birdsfoot Trefoil; Black Face God (wet/weeping); Bletilla; Bogbean; Borage; Bugleweed; Burdock; Burnet; Butter-and-Eggs; Butternut; Caesar Weed; Calendula; Candle Nut; Cannabis; Catnip; Cattail; Celosia; Centipeda; Chamomile; Chickweed; Cleavers; Clover, Red; Coltsfoot; Comfrey; Corn; Cottonwood, Northern (see Poplar, Balsam); Lavender; Mallow, Purple-Rose; Pilewort (see Amaranth); Plantain; Plantain, Banana; Poplar, Balsam; Ragwort; Selfheal (diabetic); Stoneroot; Shatavari (see Asparagus); Thistle, Blessed; Yarrow
= Ambrosia-2; Anemone, Canadian; Arrowwood (facial); Arum (malignant); Asthma Weed; Black Cohosh; Bloodroot; Blue Flag; Bearded Darnel; Melon, Bitter Indochinese
Same as above
TUMORS Requires professional medical care
See Healthline
= Bloodroot (benign) Same as above plus Tumors and Tumors-1
ULCERS/ULCERATIONS See Healthline Adder's Tongue (tubercular); Agrimony; Ajuga; Alkanet; Aloe; American Ivy (hard to heal); Ampelopsis; Anaphalis; Angelica; Angelica, American; Apple; Arrowhead (tubercular); Ash, Prickly; Ash, Prickly Southern; Aspen, Quaking; Balloon Flower; Balsam of Peru (gangrenous); Basil, Holy; Bayberry (tubercular/hard to heal); Benzoin; Bethroot (varicose); Betony; Birch, Silver; Blackberry; Black Chebula; Bogbean; Borage; Bugleweed; Burdock; Cabbage (varicose); Cannabis (leg); Carrot; Carrot, Wild; Cashew (cancerous); Cayenne; Cedar, True; Celandine; Chamomile; Chickweed; Cleavers (open); Clover, Red; Coltsfoot (hard to heal); Comfrey (gangrenous); Corn; Costmary; Elder; Figwort; Garlic; Hops; Horseradish; Indigo, False; Marshmallow; Meadowsweet; Pilewort (see Amaranth); Plantain; Ragwort (cancerous); Stoneroot; Thistle, Blessed; Walnut, Black
= Arnica (varicose); Birthwort (leg); Bonduc Nut (hard to heal); Butterfly Weed (w/fungal infection); Camphor (cancerous); Melon, Bitter Indochinese
See Skin and Ointments
VITILIGO
(Patchy losses of skin pigment)
See Healthline Bishop Flower; Burnut See individual herb pages
WARTS/VERRUCAS See Healthline Apple; Apricot, Japanese; Basil; Basil, Holy; Birch, Sweet; Brucea; Burdock; Cashew; Cedar, White; Celandine; Ceylon Spinach; Chickweed; Corn; Dandelion
= Alder Buckthorn; Asthma Weed; Bloodroot; Boxthorn; Buttercup; Cabbage; Castor Bean
See Warts
WELTS See Healthline Aloe See Skin and Ointments
WENS
(Sebaceous cysts which secrete a fatty, smelly substance and usually found on/around the head/neck area)
See Healthline Balm, Lemon; Cleavers See individual herb pages
WOUNDS See Healthline and MC FIRST AID GUIDE Acacia, Gum (open); Adder's Tongue; Agave; Agrimony; Agrimony, Hemp; Ajuga; Alder; Alexander, Golden; Alfalfa; Alkanet; Aloe (tissue restorative); Angelica; Annatto; Apricot, Japanese; Arrowhead; Arrowroot (poisoned arrows); Ash, Black; Ash, Prickly (hard to heal); Aspen, Quaking; Avens, Yellow; Bachelor Button (minor); Balm of Gilead (dressing); Balm, Lemon; Balsam; Balsam of Peru (infected/not healing); Barley; Bayberry; Beech, American; Beechdrops; Bee Pollen; Beggartick, Hairy; Benzoin; Betony (infected); Birch, Paper; Birch, Silver; Birdsfoot Trefoil; Bistort (infected); Black Chebula; Bletilla (bleeding); Burnet, Salad; Cabbage; Calendula; Canary Island Tea Plant; Caraway (tendency to become infected); Carrot; Carrot, Wild; Cat's Claw; Cattail (dressing); Celandine; Celosia; Centaury, European; Chamomile (open); Chickweed; Cinnamon; Cleavers; Coltsfoot (hard to heal); Comfrey; Corn; Cranesbill (cleanser/infected); Figwort; Gotu Kola; Horseradish (hard to heal); Lavender; Mallow, Purple-rose; Mullein; Myrrh (open); Pilewort (see Amaranth); Plantain (hard to heal); Poplar, Balsam; Poplar, Black; Poplar, White (infected); Pumpkin; Selfheal; Slippery Elm; Stoneroot; Thistle, Blessed; Thyme (cleanser); Walnut, Black; Walnut, English; Water Plantain; Yarrow (bleeding/hard to heal)
= Anemone, Canadian; Asthma Weed; Birthwort; Birthwort, Frail (infected); Black Cohosh (puncture); Blue Flag (infected); Bonduc Nut; Butterfly Weed; Camphor (closed wounds); Melon, Bitter Indochinese
See Skin, Ointments,
and Wounds
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SHINGLES
A viral disease of the nerve endings caused by Herpes zoster and marked by the formation of blisters/pustules along the course of the involved nerve. Very painful and may last several weeks.
TYPE DO FIRST NATURAL AGENTS HOW TO USE/MORE INFO
GENERAL See Healthline Angelica; Balm, Lemon; Calendula; Cayenne; Lavender; Plantain
= Arnica; Buttercup
See Shingles
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SHOCK
Any event which upsets the system and produces profound changes. Symptoms are a drop in blood pressure, rapid weak pulse, pale moist clammy skin, marked thirst, and a state of great anxiety. Can be triggered by marked blood loss, infection, severe injury, and sudden emotional stress. Can also be irreversible, leading to death, if untreated, or as in the case of surgical shock. It can be primary shock immediately following an event, or secondary shock which appears hours later. Requires professional medical treatment
TYPE DO FIRST NATURAL AGENTS HOW TO USE/MORE INFO
GENERAL See Healthline and MC FIRST AID GUIDE Beggartick, Hairy; Catnip; Cayenne See individual herb pages
ELECTRIC See MC FIRST AID GUIDE and Healthline Angelica Same as above
MENTAL/EMOTIONAL See MC FIRST AID GUIDE and Healthline = Arnica Same as above
PHYSICAL/INJURY See MC FIRST AID GUIDE and Healthline = Arnica Same as above
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SLEEP
A natural state in which the consciousness and the body rest.
TYPE DO FIRST NATURAL AGENTS HOW TO USE/MORE INFO
DISTURBED/RESTLESS See Healthline Anaphalis; Chamomile; Linden; Poppy, California; Valerian
= Aconite
See Sleep
INSOMNIA See Healthline Amber; Anise; Asafetida; Ashwaganda; Balm, Lemon; Bamboo, Black; Basil, Holy; Bog Rush; Bugleweed; Calamint, Lesser; Cannabis; Cascara Sagrada; Catnip; Cedar, White; Cleavers; Coriander; Dandelion; Gotu Kola; Nettle, Blind; Poppy, California; Squawvine; Valerian
= Bearded Darnel; Camphor
Same as above
NIGHTMARES/DISTURBED DREAMS See Healthline = Aconite See individual herb pages
SLEEP AID Healthline Alexander, Golden; Clove; Hops; Mullein; Passion Flower See Sleep
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SMALLPOX
The following agents are of historical note only. At one time the disease was eradicated, but its possible reemergence is a worry. Fortunately, we know the cure is vaccination.
TYPE DO FIRST NATURAL AGENTS HOW TO USE/MORE INFO
GENERAL See Healthline Aquilaria; Arrowroot; Ash, Black; Bay; Bistort; Coriander
= Black Cohosh; Bonduc Nut; Burdock; Columbine
See individual herb pages
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SPLEEN
An abdominal organ of the lymph system which is involved in the disposal of old red blood cells. During the embryo stage of life, it is involved in the manufacture of blood cells. Problems of the spleen require professional medical attention
TYPE DO FIRST NATURAL AGENTS HOW TO USE/MORE INFO
GENERAL PROBLEMS See Healthline Agrimony; Apple (cleanser); Asafetida (problems due to Candida infection); Ash, Japanese Prickly; Astragalus (stimulant); Barberry, Common (stimulant); Bay; Bearberry; Betony; Calamint; Chicory; Dandelion; Thistle, Blessed
= Asthma Weed; Melon, Bitter Indochinese
See individual herb pages
ENLARGED SPLEEN See Healthline Ash, White; Bearsfoot, American; Blackberry Lily; Poplar, White
= Broom, Scotch
Same as above
HARDNESS of the SPLEEN See Healthline Agrimony, Water Same as above
INDURATION of the SPLEEN
(Thickening of the tissue)
Same as above Bay
= Melon, Bitter Indochinese
Same as above
INFLAMMATION/SPLENITIS See Healthline Atractylodes macrocephela Same as above
OBSTRUCTIONS of SPLEEN Same as above = Melon, Bitter Indochinese Same as above
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STROKE
Sudden rupture or clotting of a blood vessel to the brain. All types of stroke require emergency medical assistance
TYPE DO FIRST NATURAL AGENTS HOW TO USE/MORE INFO
GENERAL See Healthline Bamboo, Black; Cayenne; Garlic (preventative); Ginkgo (recovery)
= Arum (numbness after)
See individual herb pages
HEMORRHAGIC See Healthline Bilberry Same as above
ISCHEMIC See Healthline Bilberry Same as above
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SWELLINGS
An enlargement. Can be from an injury or be a symptom of an underlying problem.
TYPE DO FIRST NATURAL AGENTS HOW TO USE/MORE INFO
GENERAL See Healthline Adder's Tongue; Amaranth; American Ivy (glandular); Ampelopsis; Anaphalis; Angelica; Ash, Prickly; Ash, Winged Prickly; Ashwaganda; Asphodel (tubercular); Bala; Balloon Vine; Balsam; Bay; Bayberry (tubercular); Bearberry; Beech, American; Betel; Bistort; Blackberry Lily; Black Face God; Bletilla; Bogbean (glandular); Borage; Burdock; Calendula; Candle Nut; Catnip; Cat's Claw (gout); Cattail; Cayenne; Celosia; Chamomile (skin/tissue); Chicory; Chickweed; Clover, Red; Coltsfoot; Comfrey; Coriander; Corn (hard swellings); Crampbark (glandular); Dandelion; Greenleaf; Marshmallow; Pearly Life Everlasting; Pinks, Chinese; Poplar, Balsam (hard swellings); Poplar, Ontario; Pussytoes, Lesser; Pussytoes, Plantain-leaved; Ragwort; Tansy; Walnut, English; Water Plantain; Yellowdock; Szechuan Pepper-2
= Anemone raddena; Arnica; Arum; Bonduc Nut; Castor Bean; Melon, Bitter Indochinese
See individual herb pages
SWELLING from
PORCUPINE QUILLS
Same as above Cucumber Same as above
SWOLLEN FEET See Healthline Agrimony, Hemp; Bindweed; Calendula; Cedar, White; Mugwort
= Arnica
See Feet
SWOLLEN LIMBS See Healthline Blackberry See individual herb pages
SWOLLEN TESTICLES See Healthline Chickweed Same as above
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