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Aricept (Donepezil Hcl)

Smilax ornala
Description: Native to South America, it is a perennial climber with roots up to 2 meters long. The stem has alternate leaves, prickles and no flowers or fruit to be observed.
Uses: Useful to eliminate urea and uric acid from the blood, which is needed in the case of gout and rheumatism sufferers, and occasionally psoriasis patients. It helps to improve the health of the skin. The root of the plant is the part used.
Scutellaria lateriflora
Description: Called Madweed, this North American native is a creeping perennial with downy leaves and blue and white tubular flowers.
Uses: A great nervine for spasms, excitability, epilepsy, insomnia, headache, tension, anxiety, hysteria and twitchiness. It is considered a specific for St Vitus’s Dance, inducing sleep.
Poly gala senega
Description: A North American perennial with milky sap, it grows to 24 cm, alternate leaves and produces a spike of 3cms covered in pale pink flowers. The root is the part used and is twisted and tastes like wintergreen.
Uses: Most commonly used as an expectorant to relieve bronchitis but is also used as a diuretic.
Slippery Elm
Ulmus fulva
Description: This is a small tree that grows in North America with hairy rough leaves and buds covered in a yellow fluff. The inner bark of the tree is used.
Uses: Slippery elm affects the whole body, is rich in mucilage, acting rapidly by soothing the inflamed surfaces of a variety of mucous membranes and is especially beneficial for the lungs, stomach and intestines. Its soothing qualities help control diarrhea, enteritis, colitis and gastritis, and it can be taken by either spreading the powdered bark over cereal or making it into a paste with water. Slippery elm tablets and capsules can be very convenient, depending on the condition to be treated and the age of the patient. It is as nutritious as oats and is good as a base in invalid food.

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