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Herbal Viagra (Excel)

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GUIDE TO HERBS: BUCKTHORN, BURDOCK, CAMPHOR LAUREL AND CASCARA SAGRADA
Buckthorn
Rhamnus catharticus
Description: A deciduous shrub to 5m with spreading branches, very small greenish flowers with 4 petals, male and female on separate plants, and black fleshy fruits.
Uses: The bark of this plant can be used as a powerful diuretic and purgative which is used in cases of chronic constipation. Do not use the fresh bark as it is too strong. The fruits are a diuretic and a purgative.
Burdock
Arctium lappa
Description: A weed native to North America and Europe which produces burrs after flowering. The root, large leaves and the seeds are used.
Uses: Burdock is used for liver, skin and kidney problems, the stomach and the blood. Externally it is applied to bruises, sprains, acne, eczema and boils.
Camphor Laurel
Cinnamomum camphora
Description: A large tree to 50m which can live for 1,000 years. The leaves are aromatic and insect-repelling storage chests are carved from the strong smelling timber.
Uses: The oil is contained in the leaves and branches and is commonly used on inflamed joints but is also used in small doses as a sedative. It was used as an antispasmodic for epilepsy. Internally, fresh camphor can stimulate the heart and lungs. Applied externally it relieves sprains and strains. Large doses are toxic to children.
Cascara Sagrada
Rhamnus purshiana
Description: A many branched shrub to 2 meters, native to North Africa. The main stem is black, branches ash colour terminating in a thorn. Leaves grow in bunches and fruit is pea-size and black with 4 brown seeds.
Uses: Cascara sagrada affects the liver, gallbladder, colon, stomach and pancreas. It is a laxative, anti-spasmodic and hepatic tonic. It can be used in either the tincture or dried herb form. Cascara is used whenever hemorrhoids are associated with constipation and poor bowel function. It is also very useful for bowel-related problems in combination with bayberry bark, rhubarb root, golden seal and raspberry leaves as a lower bowel tonic. The flesh of birds that eat this herb is said to be purgative.
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