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Antabuse (Disulfiram)

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HEALING HERBS: GRINDELIA, GUAIACUM, HAWTHORN AND HOPS
Grindelia
Grindelia camporum
Description: A biennial, perennial or small shrub with round yellow stems, smooth alternate leaves at the base, and the flower heads. It is native to North and South America. The leaves and flower heads are used.
Uses: Works as an expectorant and mild sedative for relief °f respiratory tract infections and asthma. Also to treat catarrh of the urinary tract and bladder.
Guaiacum
Guaiacum officinale
Description: An evergreen tree with purplish-blue flowers, from the West Indies, which grows to 20 meters. A resin is extracted from the bark and timber.
Uses: To relieve the pain of rheumatism, gout and arthritis, it also works as an antiseptic and diuretic.
Hawthorn
Crataegus monogyna
Description: A small deciduous tree which grows in cold climates in Australia, for example New England and the ACT. It has small white flowers in spring and red berries in autumn and is covered in thorns. The dried fruit is used.
Uses: It is specifically used to treat the muscular action of the heart in conditions such as irregular heartbeat, palpitations, angina, arteriosclerosis, circulatory disorders, and blood pressure.
Hops
Humulus lupulus
Description: Native to Britain, hops are related to stinging nettles, have a twining stem which is prickly, and heart-shaped leaves which are opposite. Male and female flowers are on separate plants and the female produces the fruit, or cone, that is used commercially. In a plantation of hops, such as Tasmania, only a few males will be found, for fertilization purposes.
Uses: As a soporific to treat insomnia, anxiety, indigestion, and also for the relief of menstrual pain and neuralgia. It is drunk as a tea in Britain to induce sleep and calm the nerves.
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