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Carrot, Beetroot, Cucumber

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


Carrot, Beetroot, Cucumber – Natural remedy for Food Allergy: Mix half a glass of carrot juice, half a glass of beetroot juice  and half a glass of cucumber juice. Take a glass of this mixed juice twice daily. To obtain the juice of these vegetables, you can either buy them from food stores or make your own by blending fresh peeled carrots, beetroots and cucumber.

Always seek the advice of your doctor before taking herbal medications



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