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Kudzu

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Kudzu is a vine. Under the right growing conditions, it spreads easily, covering virtually everything that doesn’t move out of its path. Kudzu was introduced in North America in 1876 in the southeastern U.S. to prevent soil erosion. But kudzu spread quickly and overtook farms and buildings, leading some to call to kudzu “the vine that ate the South.” Kudzu’s root, flower, and leaf are used to make medicine. It has been used in Chinese medicine since at least 200 BC. As early as 600 AD, it was used to treat alcoholism. Today, kudzu is used to treat alcoholism and to reduce symptoms of alcohol hangover, including headache, upset stomach, dizziness, and vomiting. Kudzu is also used for heart and circulatory problems, including high blood pressure, irregular heartbeat, and chest pain; for upper respiratory problems including sinus infections, the common cold, hay fever, flu, and swine flu; and for skin problems, including allergic skin rash, itchiness, and...

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Dandelion

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Dandelion is used for many conditions, but so far, there isn’t enough scientific evidence to determine whether or not it is effective for any of them. Dandelion is used for loss of appetite, upset stomach, intestinal gas, gallstones, joint pain, muscle aches, eczema, and bruises. Dandelion is also used to increase urine production and as a laxative to increase bowel movements. It is also used as skin toner, blood tonic, and digestive tonic. Some people use dandelion to treat infection, especially viral infections, and...

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Comfrey

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Comfrey is a plant. Even though this plant contains poisonous chemicals called pyrrolizidine alkaloids (PAs), the leaf, root, and root-like stem (rhizome) are used to make medicine. The amount of PAs found in comfrey changes according to the time of harvesting and the age of the plant. The roots have 10 times higher amounts of PAs than the leaves. Some products labeled “common comfrey” or Symphytum officinale actually contain the more poisonous “prickly comfrey” (Symphytum asperum) or “Russian comfrey” (Symphytum x uplandicum) species. Comfrey is used as a tea for upset stomach, ulcers, heavy menstrual periods, diarrhea, bloody urine, persistent cough, painful breathing (pleuritis), bronchitis, cancer, and chest pain (angina). It is also used as a gargle for gum disease and sore...

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Librax

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Librax is a container containing a mix of chlordiazepoxide and clidinium. Chlordiazepoxide is in a gathering of medications called benzodiazepines. Chlordiazepoxide influences chemicals in the cerebrum that may get to be lopsided and cause nervousness. Clidinium lessens stomach corrosive and declines intestinal fits. Librax is utilized to treat stomach ulcers, touchy gut disorder, and intestinal contaminations. Librax may likewise be utilized for different purposes not...

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Levsin

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Treating certain stomach or bowel problems (eg, ulcers, spasms or cramping, irritable bowel syndrome, symptoms of colic), certain bladder problems (eg, spastic bladder, cystitis), and excessive secretions caused by inflammation of the pancreas, and for aiding in certain medical procedures or surgery. It may also be used for other conditions as determined by your doctor. Levsin is an anticholinergic agent. It works by decreasing the motion of the stomach and intestines and the secretion of stomach fluids, including...

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