Meadowsweet

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

  • GERD
  • Muscle Cramps Spasms
  • Pain
  • Ulcers

Natural Remedies using Meadowsweet

In case of diarrhoea caused by indigestion, dry or fresh ginger is very useful. A piece of dry ginger is powdered along with a crystal or rock salt. A quarter teaspoonful of this powder should be taken with a small piece of jugglery. It will bring quick relief as ginger, being carminative, aids digestion by stimulating the gastrointestinal tract.

GERD, Muscle Cramps Spasms, Pain, Ulcers

The Benefit of using Meadowsweet as a natural cure

Replacing these with healthy alternatives is your best option and can help reduce the side effects of making such a massive change to your diet. For example, you might reach for a piece of raw fruit instead of a piece of cake next time you crave something sweet. The cake is full of processed flour, oils, sugar and colorants that all wreak havoc on your digestive system, while fruit is nourishing and tasty. Over time, your taste buds will adjust so that refined sugar tastes too sweet and actually becomes unpleasant, but this does take time.

Blumenthal, Foster, and Pedersen all make the case that early on, some, many, or most of the earlier studies leading to the new fame for echinacea were really performed on Parthenium.

Dosages (Cajeput) – Oil used as a monopreparation, externally as a 5% alcohol solution (KOM); topical use only, dosage not specified (PH2); 0.05-0.2 ml Cajuput oil (PNC); 0.3-2 ml Cajuput spirit (PNC).

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