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GUIDE TO HERBS: CASSIA, CAYENNE, CELERY, CHICKWEED AND CLOVES
Cassia
Cassia senna
Description: There are many species of trees and shrubs in the genus Cassia, characterized by bright yellow flowers and pods containing many seeds. The species determines which part of the plant is used, ranging from leaves, seeds, pods, to the bark.
Uses: Depending on the species and the part of the plant used, cassia can treat constipation and is a cathartic medicine. The dried pods and leaves are used as a strong laxative.
Cayenne
Capsicum minimum
Description: There are over 50 cultivated peppers, an annual with a green, red or orange elongated fruit in late spring.
Uses: The dried, ground powder taken internally can improve circulation, digestion and relieve flatulence. A weak solution can be used for a throat gargle. Used externally paprika can soothe rheumatism, arthritis, chilblains and pleurisy.
Celery
Apium graveolens
Description: A biennial which grows to the height of lm and has a characteristic smell. The vegetable is recommended as a diuretic and appetite suppressant.
Uses: The seeds are used for treating rheumatism and anxiety. Celery seeds are of great value in the treatment of arthritis and gout.
Chickweed
Stellaria media
Description: Related to groundsel, the stems are long and leggy, tailing on the ground. Leaves are succulent and pale green, opposite, and smooth. The flowers are white, single, and small. At night the leaves enfold the new shoots.
Uses: Rich in nutrients and vitamins A, B, and C, it eases constipation and inflammation of the digestive system. Externally it can be applied to hemorrhoids, skin irritations, eczema, chilblains, carbuncles and abscesses.
Cloves
Eugenia caryophyllata
Description: A small tree, divided trunk with many branches, smooth, bright green, aromatic leaves. The flowers are pale orange fading to yellow, then red. The cloves are contained in the calyx and are beaten from the tree before they age and lose their aroma.
Uses: The oil is used for toothache, and also for flatulence, dyspepsia, nausea and colic. It should be stored in a dark bottle in a cool place.
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