Chinese Foxglove

From our list of ailments, see what Chinese Foxglove can be used for:

  • Alzheimers Disease
  • Forgetfulness
  • Memory

Natural Remedies using Chinese Foxglove

Calms agitation Many cultures, including Indian, African, and Chinese, often use this herb to help calm irrational mental states such as insanity and hysteria. ey mix it with goat’s milk and sugar.

Activities (Chinese Senega Root) — Anticonvulsant (1; KEB); Anxiolytic (1; KEB); Bitter (1; KEB); Cardiotonic (f; DAA); Cerebrotonic (f; DAA); Expectorant (1; KEB); Sedative (1; KEB); Tonic (f; DAA); Tranquilizer (f; DAA).

Alzheimers Disease, Forgetfulness, Memory

The Benefit of using Chinese Foxglove as a natural cure

Garlic has been used for expelling intestinal worms from ancient times by the Chinese, Greeks, Romans, Hindus and Babylonians. It is also used by modern biological practitioners for this purpose. Both fresh garlic and its oil are effective. An ancient method of its medication was to place a couple of cloves of fresh garlic in its shoe. As the person walks, it is crushed and the worm-killing garlic oil is absorbed by the skin and carried by blood into the intestines as it (1 of 2) [5/19/1999 9:36:41 PM]

Contraindications, Interactions, and Side Effects (Chinese Motherwort) — Class 2b (AHP). Emmenagogue and uterotonic (AHP). ‘Health hazards not known with proper therapeutic dosages” (PH2). Overdoses (30 g or more) may generate chest oppression, debility, diaphoresis, dyspnea, and increased sensitivity to pain (PH2).

Contraindications, Interactions, and Side Effects (Chinese Club Moss) — Pregnant women, and people with hypertension or pulmonary problems due to increased bronchial secretions should not take it. Said to have a high therapeutic index with few side effects (ABS).

Activities (Chinese Cucumber) — Abortifacient (1; FAY); Antiseptic (f; FAY); Antitussive (f; DAA); Antiviral (1; FAY); Detoxicant (f; FAY); Emollient (f; DAA); Expectorant (f; FAY); Hyperglycemic (f; FAY); Laxative (f; FAY); Sialagogue (f; FAY); Suppurative (f; FAY).