Safflower

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

  • Anxiety
  • Gall Bladder
  • Insomnia
  • Nervous Conditions
  • Restlessness
  • Sleeplessness
  • Stress
  • Tension

Natural Remedies using Safflower

An exclusive milk diet for rapid gain of weight has been advocated by some nature cure practitioners. IN the begining of this mode of treatment, the patient should fast for three days on warm water and like juice so as to cleanse the system. Thereafter, he should have a glass of milk every two hours from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. the first day, a glass every hour and half the next day, and a glass every hour the third day. Then the quantity of milk should be gradually increased so as to take a glass every half an hour from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. If such a quantity can be tolerated fairly comfortably. The milk should be fresh and unboiled , but may be slightly warmed, if desired. It should be sipped very slowly through a straw. The milk should be unpasteurised, if possible.

Anxiety, Gall Bladder, Insomnia, Nervous Conditions, Restlessness, Sleeplessness, Stress, Tension

The Benefit of using Safflower as a natural cure

Activities (Iboga) – Anesthetic ; Antiaddictive ; Anticholinesterase ; Antipyretic ; Aperitif ; Aphrodisiac ; Cardiosedative ; CNS-Stimulant ; Hallucinogen ; Hypertensive ; Hypotensive ; Narcotic ; Negative Inotropic ; Prolactinogenic ; Respiradepressant ; Stimulant ; Tonic .

Potassium citrate is another alkalizing supplement that is used in the medical community to help with acid conditions involving the kidneys. Specifically, potassium citrate is used to reduce symptoms and risk of uric acid kidney stones and gout, both of which are acidic conditions. And although I don’t know of any human trials examining the effects of potassium citrate on renal function, there is at least one study published in the Journal of the American Society of Nephrology which concludes that the rats in the study given potassium citrate experienced significant improvement in kidney function.

Activities (Yerba Santa) – Antiasthmatic ; Anticancer ; Antiinflammatory ; Antiseptic ; Antirheumatic ; Antispasmodic ; Astringent ; Bitter ; Chemopreventive ; Collyrium ; Decongestant ; Depurative ; Diuretic ; Expectorant ; Tonic .

ick stems, 3 to 5 feet tall. Large ovate leaves, 10 to 18 inches long and wooly underneath, are arranged alternately. Large, solitary golden yellow flowers, 2 to 5 inches across, bloom in midsum – mer. Rhizomes are gray- brown on the outside, lighter brown internally. Grows in pastures, along roadsides. Perennial. Divide plants about every 3 years to maintain vitality. Grow in loamy, moist soil, full sun to shade. Zones 5-8.