Bitter Wood

From our list of ailments, see what Bitter Wood can be used for:

  • Alcoholism

Natural Remedies using Bitter Wood

dative (f; SHT); Antiinflammatory (2; APA; BGB; CRC; KOM; PH2); Antipyretic (f; HHB); Antirheumatic (1; CAN; MAB); Aperitif (2; APA; HH2; KOM; VAG); Bitter (1; APA; MAB; PED); Choleretic (2; HH2; KOM; PH2); Depurative (f; BGB; PED); Digestive (f; SKY); Diuretic (f; CAN); Hypocholesterolemic (1; CRC; PED; VAG); Hypotensive (1; APA; BGB); Hypouricemic (1; CRC; PED; VAG); Laxative (f; MAB; WBB); Secretagogue (1; PH2); Sedative (f; CAN); Tonic (1; APA; MAB; VVG); Uricolytic (1; APA); Uterocontractant (f; VAG).

Activities (Cane Reed) — Abortifacient (1; MPI); Anesthetic (1; PH2); Anthelminthic (f; KAB; MPI; WOI); Anticholinesterase (1; MPI); Antiedemic (1; SKJ); Antiexudative (1; PH2); Antifertility (1; SKJ); Antiinflammatory (1; SKJ); Antispasmodic (1; PH2; SKJ); Aphrodisiac (f; DEP; IHB; KAB; MPI); Astringent (f; MPI); Bitter (1; KAB; MPI); Choleretic (1; PH2); CNS-Depressant (f; SKJ); Depurative (f; DAA; DEP; IHB; KAB; MPI); Diaphoretic (f; IHB); Digestive (f; MPI); Diuretic (1; PH2); Estrogenic (1; PH2); Larvicide (f; SKJ); Laxative (f; IHB; WOI); Stimulant (f; MPI); Tonic (f; SKJ; WOI); Uterotonic (1; MPI).

Alcoholism

The Benefit of using Bitter Wood as a natural cure

Activities (Oriental Bittersweet) — Abortifacient (f; KAP; WOI); Analgesic (1; JE42:193); Antiaging (f; PM8:125); Antibacterial (1; WO2); Anticonvulsant (1; KAP); Antidote, opium (f; LMP); Antiemetic (1; WO2); Antifertility (1; JE28:293); Antiinflammatory (1; WO2; JE42:193); Antioxidant (1; PM8:125); Antipyretic (1; WO2); Antispasmodic (1; KAP); Antispermatogenic (1; JE28:293); Antistress (1; WO2); Antiulcer (1; WO2); Antiviral (1; KAP); Aphrodisiac (f; DEP); Cardiodepressant (1; MPI; WO2); Cerebrotonic (f; KAB; PM8:125); Depurative (f; KAB); Diaphoretic (f; DEP; KAB; WO2); Diuretic (f; DEP); Emetic (f; WO2); Emmenagogue (f; KAB; WO2); Expectorant (f; KAB); Hypokinetic (1; MPI); Hypotensive (1; MPI; WO2); Immunomodulator (f; PM8:125); Insectifuge (1; WO2); Memorigenic (f; KAB; WO2); Nervine (f; DEP; WO2);

Organs or systems affected Intestines, kidneys, lungs, skin Therapeutic actions Buds: stimulant, tonic, diuretic, demulcent, expectorant. Bark: expectorant, cathartic, tonic, stimulant Nature Bitter, aromatic, cool, moist Plant constituents Phenolic glycosides, salicin, essen-tial oils, resins, tannins, acids, mannitol, fatty oils Flower essence Assists those who are inconsistent or are unable to react appropriately with emotion

Activities (Mexican Calea) — Antiatherogenic (f; CRC; JFM); Antipyretic (f; CRC); Aperitif (f; CRC); Astringent (f; CRC); Bitter (1; JFM); CNS Depressant (1; JFM); Emetic (f; CRC); Hallucinogen (f; CRC); Laxative (1; CRC; JFM); Stomachic (f; CRC; JFM); Tranquilizer (f; JFM).

Activities (Fringetree) — Alterative (f; CRC; EFS; FAD); Aperient (f; CRC; EFS); Antipyretic (f; EFS; HHB); Bitter (f; PH2); Cholagogue (f; CRC; EFS; FAD; PHR; PH2); Diuretic (f; CRC; EFS; PHR; PH2); Hemolytic (1; PNC); Hepatic (f; PH2); Narcotic (f; CRC; EFS); Tonic (f; CRC; EFS; FAD; HHB; PHR; PH2).