Some Flowers, Trees Used For Healing
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Used externally for baths for insomnia, anxiety, nervousness, irritable children. Use internally for teas as a nervine for insomnia, cramps, indigestion.
Used externally for ointments for sores and wounds; lotion for bee and wasp stings. Powdered flowers used to soothe skin rashes. Used internally as an infusion to induce perspiration, treat toothaches.
Used externally as an infusion/bath for irritable children. Used internally in tea form as a nervine to relive indigestion.
Used externally as cosmetic water for skin, infusion for irritated skin; baths for anxious people. Used internally for tea to induce perspiration, for influenza, sore throats, colds.
Used externally for pillows for restful sleep; compresses to relieve headaches or cold symptoms; calming or antiseptic baths. Used internally for tea as a nervine to soothe sore throats and colds; stimulate appetite, relieve flatulence.
Used externally in oil to treat earaches, bruises, piles. Used internally as an infusion for respiratory problems.
The oil is used externally as a topical treatment for rheumatism; poultice for wounds and skin irritations; tea as an antiseptic, scalp wash. Used internally as a diuretic tea.
The bark is used externally to treat rheumatism, headache; leaves to treat sore muscles. Also the bark is used internally as a laxative and the tea is use as a general tonic.
A decoction is used externally to treat bleeding gums, piles, as a footbath; poultice for wounds. Used internally as a decoction of the bark to treat diarrhea.
A compress is used externally for arthritic inflammations. A decoction is used internally for general weakness, diarrhea, urinary tract infections.