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A – Z of Herbal Remedies

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Chicory, Endive, Escarole Remedies

Other Names: Chicory, Chicory Root, Succory, Coffeeweed, Kasni, Garden Succory, Leaf Chicory, Italian Chicory, Witloof, Belgian Endive, Garden Chicory, Endive, French Endive, Sugar Loaf Chicory, Radicchio, Blue Sailors, Hendibeh, Cichorium Intybus
Traditional Usages: Food, Beverage, Upset Stomach, Digestive Aid, Rheumatic Conditions, Gouty Joints, Mild Laxative, Gargle for Sore Throat, Hemorrhoids, Abdominal Cramps, Rashes, Headaches, Skin Allergies, Vomitting Diarrhea, Jaundice, Anemia, Asthma, Acne, Anxiety, Stress, Depression, Insomnia, Gallstones, Increases Appetite, Liver Congestion, Coffee Substitute in Napoleonic France
Resources: England, Ireland, Europe, Middle East, Iran, Africa, US, Australia, New Zealand, India, Asia
Parts Used: Roots, Leaves, Flowers
Health Warning: Avoid During Pregnancy and Breastfeeding


Chicory, Endive, Escarole - Herbal remedy for Constipation: Eat endive, escarole raw or boil it in water and drink the water.

Chicory, Endive, Escarole  - Herbal remedy for Vision Loss: Chicory also known as endive is rich in Vitamin A  which is important for eye health.  Mix one third of a cup of chicory juice with two thirds of a cup of celery juice, half a cup of parsley juice and one cup of carrot juice. Drink one to two cups of the mixture per day.

Always seek the advice of your doctor before taking herbal remedies
   

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