Hugo Morvan wrote:John, two third of modern medicine derives from plants. People have evolved using plant medicine for thousands of years. Now we have better scientific tests to test herbal medicine for effieciency, but the pharmaceutical industry won't support this, neither will the government, can't tax plants. So there is a lot to still be learned and a lot of confusion, but so is there in modern medicine. Hypericum perforatum is scientifically proven to work and in Germany the most described anti-depressant 50%, Prozac 2%.
S Bengi wrote:Do you know the seller. I might be willing to buy a batch from him + recipe for more than $4
Tim Bren wrote:I just bought some dried, crushed comfrey to use as a poultice on my wife’s busted ankle, once the staples come out. I was thinking about making a tea and wetting a rag with the tea as a compress, or just making a paste with the leaves and water or olive oil and using that on her ankle. What would you recommend?
I got some Solomon’s Seal too and made a tea that I dose about a teaspoon in her morning coffee each day. I been dosing myself too about as much and notice my joints don’t stiffen up as much when I sit a bit.