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A – Z of Herbal Remedies

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Kelp

Other Names: Kelp, Kun Bu, Ecklonia, Laminaria digitata
Traditional Usages: Acne, Abdominal Mass, Fistula, Edema, Plegm, Swelling, Tuberculosis, Source of Iron, Laxative, Weight loss, Indigestion
Resources: Britain, Ireland, Japan, China
Parts Used: Whole Plant, powdered


Kelp - Herbal remedy for Menopause: The seaweed kelp helps control fluctuating mood swings when taken as a powder or in cooked food. One tablespoon of powdered kelp  can be sprinkled  over food.

Kelp - Herbal remedy for Osteoporosis:  Kelp is rich in minerals and is therefore recommended as a remedy for osteoporosis. Take a 225 mcg tablet twice a day.

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