SELF HEAL PRUNELLA VULGARIS HEAL-ALL HERBAL MIRACLE WORKER! $2.80 $1.50

PRUNELLA VULGARIS – STUNNING FLOWERS AND SO MANY USES, IT’S CALLED HEAL-ALL FOR A REASON!
A MIRACLE WORKER IN A UNUSUAL HERB! SELF-HEAL HAS BEEN USED IN CHINESE MEDICINE FOR CENTURIES – IT IS A HARD TO FIND A HERB WITH THIS MANY AMAZING PROPERTIES AND CENTURIES OF PROVEN MEDICAL USE – AND IT’S VERY ATTRACTIVE TOO! WE USED TO CALL IT “BABY IN THE BASKET” AS IT’S FLOWERS RESEMBLE A LITTLE BLUE BABY IN A BASKET!
GOOD FOR PSORASIS AND EXCEMA! SIMPLY MIX THE LEAVES WITH WATER AND BATHE IT ON! PLUS SO MANY MORE USES YOU WILL BE AMAZED!
Prunella Vulgaris is an edible and medicinal herb, and can be used in salads, soups, stews, or boiled as a pot herb. Used as an alternative medicine for centuries on just about every continent in the world, and for just about every ailment known to man, Heal-All is something of a panacea, it does seem to have some medicinal uses that are constant.
Prunella’s most useful constituents are Betulinic-acid, D-Camphor, Delphinidin, Hyperoside, Manganese, Oleanolic-acid, Rosmarinic-acid, Rutin, Ursolic-acid, and Tannins. The whole plant is medicinal as alterative, antibacterial, antipyretic, antiseptic, antispasmodic, astringent, carminative, diuretic, febrifuge, hypotensive, stomachic, styptic, tonic, vermifuge and vulnerary.
A cold water infusion of the freshly chopped or dried and powdered leaves is a very tasty and refreshing beverage, weak infusion of the plant is an excellent medicinal eye wash for sties and pinkeye. Prunella is taken internally as a medicinal tea in the treatment of fevers, diarrhea, sore mouth and throat, internal bleeding, and weaknesses of the liver and heart.
Clinical analysis shows it to have an antibacterial action, inhibiting the growth of pseudomonas, Bacillus typhi, E. coli, Mycobacterium tuberculi, which supports its use as an alternative medicine internally and externally as an antibiotic and for hard to heal wounds and diseases. It is showing promise in research for herpes, cancer, AIDS, diabetes, and many other maladies.
Recent research shows that application of Prunella Vulgaris is helpful in controlling herpes outbreaks. And all you have to do in this case is to soak it in water then bathe in it!
Self-heal is a pretty member of the Lamiaceae family, which grows all over Britain and Europe in pastures, woods, and clearings, and is loved by bees. Although largely neglected by Western herbalists, self-heal is an important herb in Chinese medicine, where it is known as xiakucao (meaning ‘weed that withers in summer’); its spikes of purple flowers turn reddish brown as they dry out during the summer. It is classified as a remedy for clearing heat and purging fire, and is used to cool ‘liver fire.’
JUST A FEW OF THE USES FOR THIS AMAZING HERB!
Skin: Self-heal has a reputation as a detoxifying herb and is used for boils and other inflammatory skin problems. In Chinese medicine, it is classified as a fire-purging herb, as it is used for inflammation and infections of the eyes and skin.
Nervous system: Self-heal’s relaxant properties can be helpful in headaches, particularly when related to tension, vertigo, over-sensitivity to light, and high blood pressure. It is used in China for hyperactivity in children.
Digestive system: As an astringent, Self-heal can be taken for diarrhoea and inflammatory bowel problems, such as colitis. The bitters can be helpful in liver and gall bladder problems, including viral hepatitis.
External uses: Tinctures or infusions can be used as astringent gargles for sore throats and mouthwashes for mouth ulcers and bleeding gums. The tea can be used, or the fresh plant rubbed on to the skin to stop bleeding from cuts and reduce swelling from bites and stings. Self-heal can also be used for inflammatory skin problems, piles, varicose veins, and ulcers, as well as in drops for inflammatory eye problems.
Cautions/contraindications: Self-heal is considered safe if used appropriately. HOWEVER: Always consult a medical practitioner before embarking on any program. The information on this page is not diagnostic, therefore always consult a herbal practitioner or your GP in order to obtain a diagnosis. Never stop taking prescribed treatment without consulting your GP or a qualified herbal practitioner. Do not take without qualified medical advice.

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