A – Z of Herbal Remedies

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Honeysuckle, Clematis, Star of Bethlehem, White Chestnut, Agrimony and Cherry Plum

Other Names: Honeysuckle, Woodbine, Goat's Leaf, Fairy Trumpet, Honeybind, Trumpet Flowers, Sweet Suckle, Italian Honeysuckle, Honey suckle, Common Honeysuckle, Lonicera Caprifolium
Traditional Usages: Nostalgia, Homesickness, Coughs, Mild Asthma, Gout, Skin Rashes and Infections, Relieve for Headaches, Colds, Flu, Fever, Aches and Pains, Lungs, Provokes Urine, Laxative, Relieves Cramps, Convulsions and Palsies, Freckles, Sunburn, Respiratory Illnesses, Catarrh,
Resources:  Asia, Europe, China, India, Britain
Parts Used: Flowers, Leaves, Bark, Stem
Health Warning: Avoid during Pregnancy and Breastfeeding. Do not eat the berries of the Red Honeysuckle as they are toxic,

Honeysuckle, Clematis, Star of Bethlehem, White Chestnut, Agrimony and Cherry Plum - Herbal remedy for Post Traumatic Stress Disorder: These flower essences can lift your mood. You can buy bottles of the flower essences and take two drops of each essence four times a day. The different types of flower essences that can help treat PTSD are:

  • Star of Bethlehem, which helps reduce the memory of the traumatic event and soothes your emotions.
  • Honeysuckle, which helps you effectively treat the condition by putting you in control of your emotions and understanding the event and what you need to do to move on. 
  • Clematis and White Chestnut can help treat and reduce the incidence of flashbacks.
  • Agrimony can help you open up and discuss your emotions instead of keeping it all inside.
  • The last flower essence that treats PTSD is Cherry Plum.

Always seek the advice of your doctor before taking herbal remedies


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