A – Z of Herbal Remedies

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Sundew Remedy

Other Names: Sundew, Cape Sundew, Common Sundew, Round Leaved Sundew, Dew Plant, Red Rot, Youthwort, Rosa Solis, Herb Rosellaae, Kandulessa, Drosera Rofundifolia
Traditional Usages: Tuberculosis, Whooping Cough, Tickling Coughs, Anxiety, Use Juice to remove Warts and Corns
Resources: India, Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, India, North and South America, Britain, Russian Asia
Parts Used: Whole Flowering Plant
Administration Method: Liquid and solid preparations for internal and external use.
Herb Action: Broncho-antispasmodic, Antitussive
Health Warning: Avoid during Pregnancy

Sundew - Herbal remedy for Bronchitis: Sundew helps to cough up mucus and relaxes spasms. Infusion: to prepare an infusion with sundew, add a teaspoonful of the dehydrated herb in a cup of steaming water and allow it to infuse for about 10-15 minutes. Filter the solution and drink it three times daily. Tincture: sundew tincture should be taken in dosage of 1-2 millilitres thrice every day.

Always seek the advice of your doctor before taking herbal remedies


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