Lack of Appetite Home Remedies

From our list of herbs and spices, the following are recommended for Lack of Appetite:

  • Allspice
  • American Ginseng
  • Bay Leaf
  • Black Walnut Leaf
  • Catnip
  • Celery Seed
  • Centaury
  • Chicory Root
  • Curcumin
  • Curcumin and Turmeric Root
  • Devils Claw
  • Evening Primrose
  • Fennel Seed
  • Feverfew
  • Ginger Root
  • Gotu Kola
  • Hops
  • Juniper Berry
  • Korean Ginseng
  • Magnolia Bark
  • Myrrh
  • Quassia
  • Sage
  • Turmeric Root

Natural Cures and Remedies for Lack of Appetite

Take black cohosh tincture, but remember not to combine black cohosh with any conventional or herbal over-the-counter medicines. For precautions see page 138. Adults: 5 drops diluted with some water, 2-3 times a day, tincture strength 1:2, increasing to 10 drops, 2-3 times a day if no side effects are experienced.

The following illustrations, listed by their common names, are from Duke, J., Medicinal Plants of the Bible, Trado-Medic Books, Buffalo, New York, 1983. With permission.

Allspice, American Ginseng, Bay Leaf, Black Walnut Leaf, Catnip, Celery Seed, Centaury, Chicory Root, Curcumin, Curcumin and Turmeric Root, Devils Claw, Evening Primrose, Fennel Seed, Feverfew, Ginger Root, Gotu Kola, Hops, Juniper Berry, Korean Ginseng, Magnolia Bark, Myrrh, Quassia, Sage, Turmeric Root

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Onion is very useful in cholera. About 30 grams of this vegetable and seven black peppers should be finely pounded in a pestle and given to the patient. It allays thirst and restlessness and the patient feels better. The fresh juice of bitter gourd (karela) is another effective medicine in the early stages of cholera.

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