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A – Z of Herbal Remedies

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Poppy Seeds, Cardamom, Nutmeg, Edible Gum

Other Names: Poppy Seed, Poppy Seed Powder, Poppy Seed Oil, Poppy, Afeem, Aphin, Opium Poppy, Garden Poppy, Garden Poppy, White Poppy, Papaver Somniferum
Traditional Usages: Spice, Food, Bladder Stones, Abscess, Acid reflux, Treating Nervous Disorders, Immune Booster, Dandruff, Hair Growth, Insomnia, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Aphrodisiac, Chest Complaints, Sedative, Pain Relief, Diarrhea, Dysentery, Catarrh, Hoarseness,
Resources: Czech Republic, Turkey, Spain, Hungary, Germany, Croatia, Palestine, Romania, Austria, Serbia, Bulgaria, Netherlands, Mediterranean Countries, India, Australia, China
Parts Used: Flowers, Seeds, Seed Oil


Poppy Seeds, Cardamom, Nutmeg, Edible Gum – Herbal remedy for Food Poisoning:   A mixture is prepared from one tablespoon of poppy seeds, one tablespoon cardamom powder and one teaspoon of edible gum, half teaspoon of nutmeg powder and two tablespoons of sugar. The whole mixture is ground into fine powder and is given to the patient after every two hours.

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