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Celery Leaves Remedies

Other Names: Celery, Celeriac, Smallage, Wild Celery, Apio, Apium Graveolens
Traditional Usages: Food, Rheumatic Arthritis, Stiffness and Muscle Pain, Inflammation of the Urinary Tract, Cystitis, Increase milk flow to nursing mothers, Bad Breath, Promoting Restfullness and Sleep, Drink as Tea to reduce Blood Pressure, Flatulence, Hiccups, Asthma, Aphrodisiac, Tonic to relieve Aches and Pains and Calm Nerves, Gout, Hypertension
Resources: Southern Europe, Britain, Russia, Lapland, India, Africa, South America, North America, Mexico, Argentina, Egypt, China
Parts Used: Ripe Seeds, Herb, Roots, Extracted Celery Seed Essential Oil
Herb Action: Antirheumatic, Carminative, Hypotensive, Increases uric acid excretions, Sedative, Urinary antiseptic, Antifungal, Antibacterial, Diuretic
Health Warning: Avoid oils and seeds in large doses during pregnancy

Celery Leaves - Natural remedy for Cholera:  Take some celery leaves and crush into a fine paste. Put paste in some water and boil until only half of the water remains. Take 4 teaspoons, five times a day.

Celery Leaves - Natural remedy for Tuberculosis: This remedy deals with loose motions  associated with tuberculosis. Grind some celery leaves and extract the juice. This juice must be taken at hourly intervals. In the first hour take four tablespoons, then two tablespoon every hour until stools are not loose.

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