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Grape

Other Names: Grape, Angur, Vitis Vinifera
Traditional Usages: Mouthwash, Diarrhea, Heavy Menstrual Bleeding, Uterine Hemorrhage, Douche for Vaginal Discharge, Varicose veins, Hemorrhoids, Eyewash, Grape Fasts for Detoxification, Acid Reflux, Anti-aging, Skin Health, High Blood Pressure, Healthy Vision, Stomach Irritation, Indigestion, Constipation, Gout, Asthma, Cough, Alcoholism, Menopause, Rheumatism
Resources: Southern Europe, Western Asia, US, South Africa, China
Parts Used: Fruit, Leaves, Root, Stem, Grape Skins

Research: Grapes


Grapes - Home remedy for Indigestion: Eat grapes or drink grape juice to help relieve indigestion.

Grapes - Home remedy for Insomnia: Eat grapes before bedtime. If possible eat red grapes and chew the seeds as well.

Grapes - Home remedy for Perspiration (Excessive Sweating):  Eating 10-15 grapes daily can decrease the problem of excessive sweating. Grapes can cool your body as the antioxidants present in the grapes regulate your body temperature thereby preventing excessive sweating. 

Grapes - Home remedy for Zits: Extract the juice from some grapes and apply on the affected area.

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