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This should be a pretty self-explanatory page, so I won't go into detail for it. However, I would like to thank Heatherbee of RPG-D for providing this for us.

Treatments

  • Tincture – alcoholic extract of an herb; made by mixing pure ethanol (or ethanol and water) with an herb.
  • Elixir – alcoholic extract of an herb; made by steeping an herb in a spirit.
  • Tisanes – hot-water extract of an herb.
  • Decoctions – hot-water extract of root or bark.
  • Macerates – cold infusion of plants; requires 7-12 hours soaking.
  • Vinegars – alcoholic extract of an herb.
  • Essential oils - diluted oil extracts
  • Salves, oils, balms, creams, and lotions – herbs soaked in essential oils for weeks or months.
  • Poultices and compresses – crushed, dried, and rehydrated herbs applied to bandages.
  • Whole herb consumption – dried herbs, powders, or juices taken in the diet.
  • Syrups – herb extract mixed with honey, boiled, and steeped for 3 weeks.
  • Inhalation (Aromatherapy) – herbal vapor created by boiling in water.

Remedies and Uses (1)

  • Aloe Vera – burns
  • Artichoke – heart disease
  • Basil – digestive tract
  • Black raspberry – oral diseases
  • Black Walnut – worms/parasitic infection
  • Blackberry – cosmetic
  • Butterbur – sore throat
  • Boswellia – bone/joint pain
  • Caffeine – stamina
  • Calendula – anti-infection
  • Chamomile – digestive tract
  • Citronella – insect repellant
  • Comfrey – skin/muscle wounds
  • Cranberry – urinary tract
  • Cumin – anti-inflammatory
  • Dandelion – liver, gallbladder, kidney disease
  • Echinacea – respiratory infection
  • Elderberry – respiratory infection
  • Eucalyptus – breathing problems
  • Eyebright – eye infections
  • Fennel – digestive tract
  • Feverfew – migraines
  • Flaxseed – menopause
  • Garlic – antibiotic
  • Ginger – nausea
  • Ginseng – immunity
  • Green tea – scars
  • Hawthorn – heart disease
  • Hibiscus – hypertension
  • Honey – wounds
  • Horsetail – skin wounds
  • Ivy – digestive tract, respiratory infection, insecticide
  • Juniper – skin disease
  • Lavender – anxiety
  • Lemon grass – heart disease
  • Lobelia – anti-poison (induce nausea)
  • Milk Thistle – liver
  • Myrrh – embalming, bleed wounds
  • Oregano – antibiotic
  • Pawpaw – insecticide
  • Peppermint – bowels
  • Pokeweed – throat diseases
  • Primrose – heart disease
  • Psyllium – bowels
  • Rauvolfia – insomnia, anxiety
  • Red Pepper – pain
  • Rose hips – skeletal/muscular pain
  • Soy – menopause
  • Skull cap – sedative
  • Stinging nettle – pain, anti-inflammatory
  • Sweetleaf – diabetes
  • Thyme – anti-fungal
  • Valerian root – insomnia
  • White Willow bark – pain

Poison and Symptoms (2)

  • Aconite – numbness, nausea, trouble breathing, giddiness, death, mind remains clear
  • Belladonna – see Nightshade
  • Bloodroot – burning in the stomach, intense thirst, vomiting, vertigo
  • Cabbage Tree – vomiting, fever, delirium, death (especially with cold water)
  • Calabar Bean – lowers blood pressure, death
  • Dropwort – paralysis
  • Foxglove – cardiac arrest, death
  • Gelsemium – slowed respiration, death
  • Hellebore – vomiting, pulse irregular, shallow breathing, death
  • Hemlock – paralysis, depressed respiration, death, mind remains clear
  • Nightshade – loss of voice, frequent bending forward, continual movements of the hands and fingers, pupils dilated, death.
  • Spurges – delirium, death
  • Thornapple – dryness of the throat and mouth

Notes

1 This is a partial list only. More herbs can be found by following the links below.


2 Most poisons are used in Healing. It is overdose or prolonged use that causes damage or death.

Links of Note And Sources Used

WikipediaWikipedia

Herbal Remedy Info

PubLix

A Modern Herbal