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McKinley's Botanical Medicine (WIP)
Posted: Jun 17 2012, 12:16 AM
Member No.: 211
Joined: 30-April 12
Can be made into a medicinal tea for coughs and back aches.
Soothing fungicide for athlete's foot, nettle stings, inflammation for poison ivy.
Boiled to make a yellow solution to externally draw out toxins from snake bites and poison ivy. Derived from Native Americans.
High in vitamin A, C, iron. Commonly used for scurvy.
Bandage open wounds, staunch flow of blood, ease pain.
Stomach tonic, leaves are used to stimulate clotting in small to moderate cuts, reduces size of hemorrhoids and colon polyps.
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