Medicinal Trees Photos

Adler Tree Is Used For Medicine

Adler Tree Is Used For Medicine The Adler tree (Alnus Glutinosa) with it’s greyish trunk renders the following medicinal properties: astringent, emetic, hemostatic, mucilaginous and tonic when the adler tree is used for medicine. The leaves as well as the bark are used when making teas or poultices to apply to all types of swellings on the body including poultices to dry up breast milk. Adler bark tea from dry bark is useful when used as a douche for hemorrhoids and fresh adler sap of the adler tree will offer relief from itching on the body. For swellings, crush the …

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Moringa Olerifera The Miracle Medicinal Tree

Moringa Olerifera The Miracle Medicinal Tree Moringa olerifera, the miracle medicinal tree, is native to the foothills of the Himalayan mountains in northern India and cultivated throughout the world. A truly remarkable medicinal tree that grows rapidly and is one of the worlds most nutritious crops because it incorporates an abundant supply of protein, vitamin C, calcium, potassium and iron into one plant. Not only is it nutritious but it has outstanding antioxidants and detoxifying properties including all essential amino acids, vitamins and minerals. From a farmer’s perspective it’s an ideal solution for curbing malnutrition because every part of the …

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