A – Z of Herbal Remedies

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Carrot Remedies

Other Names: Carrot, Philtron, Bird's Nest, Bee's Nest, Bishop's Lace, Daucus Carota
Traditional Usages: Food, Dropsy, Flatulence, Coughs, Chronic Kidney Infections, Bladder Disorders, Carrot tea is good for Gout, Gravel, Laxative, Gastric Complaints, Stimulates or Increases Menstrual Flow, Clearing Jaundice, Eye Health, Carrot Juice for clear, clean skin, Baldness, Blood Purifier, Bronchitis, Alzheimer's Disease, Aphrodisiac, Source of Vitamins A, C, B1, and B2.
Resources: Britain, Europe, Australia, North America, Asia, India
Parts Used: Roots, Leaves, Seeds
Herbal Research: Carrot

Carrots - Natural remedy for Diarrhea:  Cook half a kilo of carrots in 150 millilitres of water. When carrot is soft, smash and drain, add half a teaspoon of water. Take two to four teaspoons of this soup every half an hour.

Carrots - Natural remedy for Erectile Dysfunction:  Boil two tablespoons of grated carrots in milk for 10 minutes on low flame. Take 100 millilitres of this mixture three times a day for one week.

Carrots - Natural remedy for Heartburn:  Peel and eat a raw carrot and chew each bite 30 times.

Carrots – Natural remedy for Macular Degeneration: Carrots are one of the most popular home remedies for eye care; they are high in beta carotene, a precursor of Vitamin A which is an essential for overall eye health. Eat as much as possible.

Carrots - Natural remedy for Stroke:  Consumption of carrots significantly reduces the chances of stroke.

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