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Tamarind Remedies

Other Names: Tamarind, Tamarind Fruit, Indian Dates, Imli, Amika, Tamarindus Indica
Traditional Usages: Heat Stroke, Sore Throat, Headache, Jaundice, Anorexia, Alcoholism, Prematue Ejaculation, Diarrhea, Laxative, Fevers
Resources: Oman, Cameroon, Nigeria, Tanzania, Sudan
Parts Used: Roots, Seeds, Leaves, Fruit, Bark, Flower
Herbal Research: Tamarind


Tamarind - Natural remedy for Abscesses: Tamarind is a fruit which is available in most Asian stores. You can buy them still in their shell and the pulp which is sold in packages. Discard the shell and seeds and use the pulp. Use your finger to rub half a teaspoon of the pulp on the infected area.

Tamarind – Natural remedy for Heat Stroke: Boil some tamarind paste in one litre water. Add some sugar and drink twice daily. Mash some tamarind with some water into a pulp and apply on hands and feet.

Tamarind - Natural remedy for Hypertension:  Mix two tablespoons of tamarind paste in one glass of water. add a little sugar or honey and drink three times daily.

Always seek the advice of your doctor before taking herbal remedies
   

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