Scientific name: Turnera aphrodisiaca
Parts Used: Leaves.
Habitat: Texas, South America, West Indies and Mexico. Medicinal Uses: Tonic, diuretic, mild purgative, stimulant, acting openly on the reproductive organs, aphrodisiac, hypochondrias tic.
In herbal medicine, Damiana is used to proper treat the conditions ranging from coughs, to constipation, to depression. The herbal supplement of it is help to gain Energy, Hot Flashes, low Frigidity, Estrogen, Emphysema, Impotency, Menopause, and Infertility.
Botanical: Taraxacum officinale.
Part Used: Root and leaves. The dried root and the fresh tops are basically used for the medical purpose. Whole parts of the plant include a somewhat milky juice, sour, but the liquid of the root plant being more powerful part of the plant which is mostly used for medicinal purposes.
Medicinal Uses: Slightly aperients, diuretic and tonic. It is a common stimulant system, but particularly to the urinary organs, and is mainly used in liver and kidney disorders.
Botanical: Peucedanum graveolens.
Part Used: Dried ready fruit. Common uses: It is a sweet herb which is basically used as soups and sauces etc. for this fresh and young leaves are required only.
Medicinal Uses: Dill oil and fruit of Dill possess aromatic, stimulant, stomachic properties, carminative such like the any other volatile oils and umbelliferous fruits. To prepare a stomach-soothing tea, use two full teaspoons of smashed seeds per cup of boiling water.
Botanical Name: Angelica sinensis.
Common name: dang gui, tang-kuei, dong quai.
Habitat: Dong quai is fragrant or sweet smelling herb which is generally grows in Korea, Japan and China.
Part Used: Herbal preparations, whole root. Found in tea, capsules, recipes and extract.
Common Use: The root has of the plant got the reputation as the ultimate herb especially for women. It is basically used to maintain the balance to a woman’s cycles and hormones and is more helpful in renovating regularity of menstrual and for circumstances of the reproductive system.
Side Effects: Dong quai, mainly at heavy doses, may rise up an individual’s compassion to sunlight and then cause skin rashes and inflammation. It is also useful in reduction of dilation of blood vessels, pain, and stimulation with relaxation of uterine muscles.
Botanical: Daemomorops draco.
Part Used: The fruits resinous exudation.
Habitat: Sumatra. Medicinal Uses: 10 to 30 grains doses were previously given as severe in diarrhea, etc., but formally it is never at current used within, being regarded as still. The resin of Dragon’s Blood is mainly used externally as a stop bleeding and washes to promote healing.
Common Uses: It is also commonly used as a coloring substance for polish tooth-pastes, plasters, tinctures, use for dyeing horn to reproduce tortoiseshell, etc. Dragon blood is very fragile, and resinous fracture, breaks with rough, is red bright and silky inside, and red darker sometimes crimson powdered, externally.
With Some small and slight pieces of particles which are transparent. Religious importance:
It is believed that Dragon blood herb is also religious importance of used in love packets and enrages to take back love and raise the effectiveness and strength of other herbs.