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Vervain Remedies

Other Names: Vervain, Common Vervain, Common Verbena, Herb of Grace, Herb of the Cross, Holy Herb, Holy Wort, Herba Sacra, Herb of Enchantment, Pigeon's Grass, Enchanter's Plant, Enchanter's Herb, Juno's Tears,  Pigeonwood, Simpler's Joy, Iron Herb, Verbena Officinalis
Traditional Usages: Post Viral Fatigue Syndrome, ME, Nervous Exhaustion from prolonged physical exertion, Epilepsy, Convulsions, Congested Liver, Jaundice, Dropsy, Gout, Promote production of milk in nursing mothers, Amenorrhea - Missed menstruation, Aphrodisiac, Fever Remedy for Malaria and Influenza, Pleurisy, Ulcers, Ophtalmic Disorders, Intestinal Worms, Helps cough, Wheexing and Shortness of Breath, Bladder and Kidney Stones, Headache, Ear Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Ease Bowel pains during Purging, Applied Externally for Piles, Heals Wounds, Stops Bleedings, Ulcers and Fistulas in the Legs and other parts of the Body, Insomnia, Stress, Boosts the Immune System, Chronic Bronchitis, To Relieve Joint Pain, Aphrodisiac,
Resources: Europe, China, US, North Africa, Japan, Barbary, England, Western Asia
Parts Used: Flowers, Leaves, Stems, Roots
Herbal Warning: Avoid during Pregnancy. May cause High Blood Pressure if taken in high dosage.


Vervain - Herbal remedy for Anxiety: Vervain reduces tension and strengthens the nervous system. It reduces anxiety due to stress, PMS or menopause and calms hysteria. Vervain tea is prepared by infusing one ounce of dried herb in a pint of boiling water for 10-minutes. One cupful should be taken twice a day. 

Vervain - Herbal remedy for Sleep Apnea: Vervain  can improve mild sleep apnea symptoms. Vervain tea is prepared by infusing one ounce of dried herb in a pint of boiling water for 10-minutes.

Always seek the advice of your doctor before taking herbal remedies
   

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