DOC HERB'S PLANT SURVIVALIST

   

dove

BLEEDING or HEMORRHAGE

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 ACONITE

ADDERíS TONGUE under lily or Fern

AGAR under seaweeds

AGAVE under centuary plant

AGOSERIS under hawkweeds

AGRIMONY

ALDER

ALFALFA

ALGAE under seaweeds

ALLSPICE

ALMOND

ALOE VERA under lily

ALUMROOT

AMARANTH

AMERICAN COFFEE BEAN

ANEMONES

ANGELICA

ANISE

APPLE

APRICOT

ARBUTUS TREE

ARECA

ARNICA

ARROW GRASS

ARROWHEAD

ARROWROOT

ARTICHOKE

ASH

ASPARAGUS under lily

ASPEN under poplar

ASTER

ASTRAGALUS

AVALANCHE LILY under lily

AVENS

AVOCADO

 

BALMONY

BALM under mint

BALSAM FIR

BALSAM ROOT

BAMBOO under grass

BANANAS

BANEBERRY

BARBERRY

BARLEY under grass

BASIL under mint

BASSWOOD under seaweeds

BASTARD TOADFLAX

BAY

BAYBERRY

BAYONETE GRASS

BEANS

BEAR GRASS under lily

BEARBERRY or UVA URSI

BEARD-TONGUE

BEDSTRAW under cleavers

BEECH

BEECHDROPS

BEEPLANT

BEETS

BELLADONNA

BELLWORT under lily

BENZOIN

BERGAMOT under mint

BETHROOT under lily, trillium

BETONY, WOOD under mint, wood betony

BIBLIOGRAPHY

BIG LOVE MEDICINE under aster

BILBERRY under blueberry

BINDWEED under hedge bindweed

BIRCH

BIRDíS FOOT TREFOIL

BISCUIT ROOT

BISTORT ROOT

BITTERROOT

BITTERSWEET

BLACK COHOSH under cohosh

BLACK NIGHTSHADE

BLACK SEED

BLACK TREE LICHEN under moss

BLACK-EYED SUSAN

BLADDERWORT

BLADDERWRACK under seaweeds

BLAZING STAR

BLOODROOT

BLUE COHOSH under cohosh

BLUE FLAG and YELLOW FLAG

BLUEBELL under lily

BLUEBERRY, BILBERRY, and HUCKLEBERRY

BLUE-EYED GRASS under lily

BLUE GRASS under grass

BOG LAUREL under western bog laurel

BOLDO

BONESET

BORAGE

BOXWOOD

BREADROOT under psoralea

BRIGHAM TEA

BROAD-LEAVED WILLOW HERB under fireweed

BROME under grass

BROOKLIME

BROOM

BROOMRAPE under cancer root

BROWN-EYED SUSAN

BRYONY

BUCHU

BUCKBEAN

BUCKTHORN FERN under ferns or thistle

BUCKTHORN

BUCKWHEAT

BUGLEWEED under mint

BULRUSH

BUNCHBERRY under dogwood

BURDOCK

BURNET

BUTCHERíS BROOM

BUTTERBUR under rhubarb

BUTTERCUPS

BUTTERNUT under walnut

BUTTERWORT

BUTTON MUSHROOM under mushroom

 

CABBAGE

CACTUS

CAJUPUT

CALAMUS or SWEET-FLAG

CALENDULA

CALIFORNIA HYACINTH under lily

CANCER ROOT or BROOMRAPE

CANTALOUPE

CARAWAY

CARDAMOM

CAROB

CARROT

CASCARA SAGRADA under buckthorn

CASHEW

CATNIP under mint

CATíS CLAW

CATíS FOOT under everlasting

CATTAIL

CAYENNE

CEDAR

CEDRON

CELANDINE

CELERY and WILD CELERY

CENTAURY

CENTURY PLANT

CHAMOMILE

CHAPARRAL

CHASTE

CHERRY

CHERVIL

CHESTNUTS

CHICKWEED

CHICORY under lettuce

CHILI PEPPER under cayenne

CHINA BRIER

CHINQUAPIN under oak

CHIVES under lily, wild chives

CHOCOLATE LILY under lily

CHOKECHERRY under cherry

CHRYSANTHEMUM

CILANTRO under coriander

CINCHONA

CINNAMON

CINQUEFOIL

CLASPING-LEAVED TWISTED STALK under lily

CLEAVERS and BEDSTRAW

CLEMATIS

CLOVER

CLOVES

COCAINE

COCOA TREE

COCONUT

COFFEE

COHOSH

COLOMBO

COLTSFOOT

COLUMBINE

COMFREY

CONDURANGO

CORALROOT

CORIANDER

CORK TREE

CORN under grass

CORYDALIS

COTTON

COTTONWOOD under poplar

COW PARSNIP

COWSLIP

CRAB GRASS under grass

CRANBERRY

CRANEíS BILL under geranium

CREOSOTE

CRESS, WINTER under cresses

CRESSES

CROWBERRY

CUCKOO PINT

CUCUMBER

CUDWEED or MOUSE EAR

CULVERíS ROOT

CUMIN

CURCUMIN under turmeric

CURRANT under gooseberry

CUSTARD APPLE

 

DAFFODIL

DAISY

DAMIANA

DANDELION

DARNEL under grass

DATE PALM

DEER GRASS

DELPHINIUM under larkspur

DEVILíS CLAW

DEVILíS CLUB

DILL

DITTANY

DOCKS

DODDER

DOG POISON

DOGBANE

DOGíS MERCURY

DOGWOOD

DONG QUAI

DOUBLE BLADDER POD

DRABA

DRAGONíS BLOOD under sanga de grado

DUCKWEED

DYERíS WOOD or WOAD

 

EASTER LILY under lily

ECHINACEA

EELGRASS under seaweeds

EGGPLANT

ELDER

ELECAMPANE

ELM

ENDIVE

ESPINHEIRA SANTA

EUCALYPTUS

EVENING PRIMROSE under primrose

EVENINGSTAR

EVERLASTING or LIFE EVERLASTING

EYEBRIGHT

 

FALSE AZALIA

FALSE CHAMOMILE or PINEAPPLE WEED

FALSEBOX

FALSE HELLEBORE under lily

FALSE JASMINE under jasmine

FALSE SOLOMONíS SEAL under lily

FENNEL

FENUGREEK

FERNS

FERN ADDERíS TONGUE

FERN BERRY BLADDER

FERN BRACKEN

FERN BUCKTHORN

FERN CHRISTMAS

FERN CINNAMON

FERN DEER

FERN FEMALE

FERN FRAGILE

FERN INTERRUPTED

FERN LADY

FERN MAIDENHAIR

FERN MALE

FERN MOONWORT

FERN RATTLESNAKE

FERN SENSITIVE

FERN SPINY WOOD

FERN SWEET

FERN SWORD

FESCUE under grass

FEVERFEW

FEVERWEED under foxglove

FEVERWORT under boneset or bitterroot

FIG

FIGWORT

FIREWEED

FIT ROOT

FLAX

FLEABANE under horseweed

FLIXWEED

FLUELLIN

FOAMFLOWER

FOOLíS ONION under lily triteleia

FORGET-ME-NOT

FO-TI-TENG

FOUR-OíCLOCK

FOXGLOVE

FRANKINCENSE

FRINGE TREE

FRITTALARY under lily

FROSTWEED

FUMITORY

 

GAMOTE

GARDENIA

GARLIC under lily

GENTIAN

GERANIUM

GERMANDER under mint

GIANT HYSSOP under mint

GIANT PUFFBALL under mushroom

GINGER

GINKGO BILOBA

GINSENG

GLOBE FLOWER

GLOBEFLOWER

GOATíS RUE under rue

GOATíS-BEARD

GOLDENROD

GOLDENSEAL

GOLDENWEED

GOLDTHREAD

GOOSEBERRIES and CURRANTS

GOTU KOLA

GRAPEFRUIT

GRAPES

GRASS

GRASS BAMBOO

GRASS BARLEY

GRASS BLUE GRASS

GRASS BROME

GRASS CORN

GRASS CRAB GRASS

GRASS DARNEL

GRASS FESCUE

GRASS GREEN NEEDLE

GRASS HAIR BENTGRASS

GRASS INDIAN MILLET GRASS

GRASS JUNE GRASS

GRASS LEMONGRASS

GRASS MESQUITE

GRASS MILLET

GRASS MOUNTAIN HAIRGRASS

GRASS MUHLY

GRASS MUTTON GRASS

GRASS NODDING WOOD REED

GRASS OATS

GRASS OF PARNASSUS

GRASS ORCHARDGRASS

GRASS OTHER EDIBLE GRASSES

GRASS PERENIAL RYEGRASS

GRASS REED

GRASS RICE

GRASS SAND DROPSEED

GRASS SHORT-AWNED ORCHARDGRASS

GRASS SPIKE TRISETUM

GRASS SUGAR CANE

GRASS SWEET GRASS

GRASS THREE-AWN

GRASS WESTERN WHEAT GRASS

GRASS WHEAT

GRASS WILD RYE

GREASEWOOD

GREEN ASH under ash

GROUND CEDAR under moss

GROUND CHERRY under tomato

GROUND CONE

GROUND ELDER

GROUND IVY under mint

GROUND NUT

GROUNDSEL and RAGWORT

GUARANA

GUAVA

GUGGULIPIDS

GUM ARABIC

GUMWEED

GYNURA

 

HACKBERRY

HAIR BENTGRASS under grass

HARDHACK

HAWKWEEDS

HAWTHORN

HAZEL

HEAL-ALL under mint, self-heal

HEARTíS-EASE under violet

HEATHER

HEDGE BINDWEED

HEDGE MUSTARD under mustard

HELLEBORE under lily, false hellebore

HEMLOCK, WATER

HEMP AGRIMONY

HEMP NETTLE under nettle

HENBANE

HENNA

HICKORY

HIGH BUSH CRANBERRY under cranberry

HOG PEANUT

HOLLY

HOLLYHOCK

HONEYSUCKLE

HOOKERíS FAIRY BELLS under lily

HOPS

HOP TREE

HOREHOUND under mint

HORSE CHESTNUT under chestnut

HORSEMINT under mint, bergamot

HORSERADISH

HORSETAIL GRASS

HORSEWEED

HOUNDíS TONGUE

HOUSELEEK

HUCKLEBERRY under blueberry

HYACINTH BEAN

HYACINTHS under lily

HYDRANGEA

HYSSOP under mint

HYSSOP, WATER

 

ICELAND MOSS under moss

IMPATIENS

INDIAN BLACK DRINK under holly

INDIAN CUCUMBER

INDIAN HEMP under dogbane

INDIAN PAINTBRUSH

INDIAN PLUM

INDIAN POTATO

INDIGO

IPECACUANHA

IRISH MOSS under moss

IRIS under blue flag

IRONWEED

IRONWOOD

IVY

 

JACK-IN-THE-PULPIT

JACOBíS LADDER

JALAP

JASMINE or JESSAMINE and FALSE JASMINE

JIMSON WEED

JOE-PYE WEED under boneset

JUNE GRASS under grass

JUNIPER

 

KAVA KAVA

KELLA

KELP under seaweeds

KNAPWEED under centaury

KNOTWEED

KOHLRABI

KOLA

KOLA NUT

KOMBUCHA under mushroom

KUMQUAT

 

LABRADOR TEA under mint

LADYíS MANTLE

LADYíS SLIPPER

LAMBíS QUARTERS

LANTANA

LARCH

LARKSPUR

LAUREL under mountain laurel, western bog laurel

LAVENDER under mint

LEEK under lily

LEMON BALM under mint

LEMON GRASS under grass

LEMON

LEMON VERBENA

LETTUCE

LICORICE

LILIES

LILY ADDERíS TONGUE

LILY ALOE VERA

LILY ASPARAGUS

LILY AVALANCHE, YELLOW

LILY BEAR GRASS

LILY BELLWORT

LILY BLUEBELL or HAREBELL

LILY BLUE-EYED GRASS

LILY CHOCOLATE LILY under lily, false Solomonís seal

LILY DAYLILY

LILY EASTER LILY

LILY FALSE HELLEBORE

LILY FALSE SOLOMONíS SEAL

LILY FRITALLARY

LILY GARLIC

LILY HOOKERíS FAIRY BELLS

LILY HYACINTHS

LILY LEEK

LILY LOTUS

LILY MARIPOSA

LILY OF THE VALLEY

LILY ONION

LILY PINK FAWN LILY

LILY SHALLOTS

LILY SOAP LILY

LILY SOLOMONíS SEAL

LILY TIGER LILY and WOOD LILY

LILY TRILLIUM

LILY TRITELIA

LILY TUBEROUS WATER

LILY TURKíS CAP

LILY TWISTED STALKS

LILY WHITE POND

LILY WILD CHIVES, ONION, GARLIC

LILY WILD YELLOW

LILY YELLOW WATER

LILY YUCCA

LILYTURF

LIME under linden

LINDEN, LIME, or BASSWOOD

LIONíS FOOT

LIVERWORT

LOBELIA

LOCOWEED under astragalus

LOOSESTRIFE, PURPLE

LOTUS under lily

LOVAGE

LOW WHITLOW-WORT

LUNGWORT

LUPINE

 

MACA

MADDER

MAGNOLIA

MA HUANG

MAIDENHAIR FERN under fern

MALE FERN under fern

MALLOW

MANDRAKE

MANGO

MAPLE

MARAPUAMA

MAREíS TAIL

MARIGOLD

MARIJUANA

MARIPOSA under lily

MARJORAM under mint

MARSH MALLOW under mallow

MARSH WOUNDWORT under mint

MASTERWORT

MAYAPPLE under mandrake

MEADOW FERN

MEADOWSWEET

MELILOT under clover

GRASS MESQUITE under grass

METREWORT

MEZEREON

MILFOIL under water milfoil

MILK PURSLANE under spurges

MILK VETCH under vetch

MILK WEED under spurges

MILKWORT under snakeroot

MILLET GRASS under grass

MINERíS LETTUCE under purslane

MINT

MINT A FAMILY

MINT BALM

MINT BASIL

MINT BERGAMOT

MINT BUGLEWEED

MINT CATNIP

MINT CURLED MINT

MINT FIELD MINT under mint wild

MINT GERMANDER

MINT GROUND IVY

MINT HOREHOUND

MINT HYSSOP

MINT LABRADOR TEA

MINT LAVENDER

MINT MARJORAM

MINT MARSH WOUNDWORT under mint purple hedge nettle (swamp hedge-nettle)

MINT MOTHERWORT

MINT MOUNTAIN

MINT OREGANO

MINT PATCHOULI

MINT PENNYROYAL

MINT PEPPERMINT

MINT PURPLE HEDGE NETTLE

MINT ROSEMARY

MINT SAGE

MINT SAVORY

MINT SELF-HEAL

MINT SKULLCAP

MINT SPEARMINT

MINT STONE ROOT

MINT THYME

MINT WATERMINT

MINT WHITE-LEAVED MOUNTAIN MINT under mint, mountain

MINT WILD or FIELD MINT

MINT WOOD BETONY

MISTLETOE

MOCK ORANGE

MONKEY FLOWER

MONKSHOOD under aconite

MONUMENT PLANT

MORNING GLORY

MOREL under mushroom

MOSS

MOSS BLACK TREE LICHEN

MOSS CAMPION

MOSS CLUBMOSS

MOSS FIR CLUBMOSS under moss, clubmoss

MOSS GROUND CEDAR

MOSS HAIRCAP or GROUND MOSS

MOSS ICELAND

MOSS IRISH

MOSS LITTLE CLUB under moss, clubmoss

MOSS LUNGWORT LICHEN

MOSS OAK

MOSS PEAT MOSS under sphagnum

MOSS REINDEER

MOSS, RUNNING CLUBMOSS under clubmoss

MOSS SPHAGNUM

MOSS STIFF CLUBMOSS under moss, clubmoss

MOTHERWORT under mint

MOUNTAIN ASH under ash, mountain

MOUNTAIN AVENS under avens

MOUNTAIN HAIRGRASS under grass

MOUNTAIN HOLLY under holly

MOUNTAIN LAUREL

MOUNTAIN MINT under mint

MOUSE-EARED HAWKWEED under hawkweeds

MUGWORT under wormwood

MUHLY under grass

MULBERRY

MULLEIN

MUSHROOMS

MUSHROOM A INTRO

MUSHROOM AGARICUS FUNGI

MUSHROOM ARICUS AUGSTUS

MUSHROOM BEEFSTEAK FUNGUS

MUSHROOM BUTTON

MUSHROOM CEPE

MUSHROOM CHANTERELLE

MUSHROOM CORAL

MUSHROOM COTTONWOOD

MUSHROOM DRYADíS SADDLE

MUSHROOM FAIRY RING

MUSHROOM FIELD

MUSHROOM HONEY or BOOTLACE FUNGUS

MUSHROOM HORN OF PLENTY

MUSHROOM HORSE

MUSHROOM KOMBUCHA

MUSHROOM MOREL

MUSHROOM OYSTER FUNGUS

MUSHROOM OYSTER

MUSHROOM PARASOL

MUSHROOM PINE

MUSHROOM POLYPORUS SULFUREUS

MUSHROOM PUFFBALL

MUSHROOM REISHI

MUSHROOM SHAGGY MANE INK CAP

MUSHROOM SHIITAKE

MUSHROOM TREE FUNGI

MUSHROOM TRUMPET

MUSHROOM WILLOW FUNGUS or PORE FUNGUS

MUSHROOM WOOD BLEWIT or BLUE CAP

MUSHROOM WOOD

MUSTARD

MYRRH

MYRTLE

 

NASTURTIUM

NETTLE

NEW JERSEY TEA

NIGHTSHADE under black nightshade

NODDING ONION under lily, wild chives, onion, garlic

NUTMEG and MACE

 

oak MOSS under moss

oak

OATS under grass

OCEAN SPRAY

OLIVE

ONION under lily

ORACH

ORANGES

ORCHARD GRASS under grass

ORCHIDS

OREGANO under mint

ORPINE under stonecrop

 

PANSY under violet

PAPAYA

PARSLEY

PARSNIP

PARTRIDGEBERRY

PASSIONFLOWER

PASQUFLOWER under pulsatilla

PATCHOULI under mint

PAU Dí ARCO

PAWPAW

PEACH

PEANUT

PEAR

PEAS

PEAVINES

PENNYROYAL under mint

PENSTEMON under beard-tongue

PEONY

PEPPER, BLACK and WHITE

PEPPER-GRASS

PEPPER, SWEET PAPRIKA

PEPPERMINT under mint

PEPPER-ROOT

PEPPERS, RED, GREEN, ETC.

PERENIAL RYEGRASS under grass

PERIWINKLE

PERSIMMON

PEYOTE under cactus

PHLOX under sky rocket

PIGWEED under amaranth or lambís quarters

PIMPERNEL

PIN CHERRY under cherry

PINE

PINEAPPLE WEED under false chamomile

PINEAPPLE

PINK FAWN LILY under lily

PINK ROOT

PINKWEED under knotweed

PIPSISSEWA

PITCHER PLANT

PLANTAIN

PLUM

POISON IVY under ivy

POISON OAK

POKEWEED

POMEGRANATE

POPLAR

POPPIES

POTATO

PRAIRIE CONEFLOWER

PRICKLY ASH under ash

PRICKLY PEAR CACTUS under cactus

PRIMROSE

PRIVET

PSORALEA

PUFFBALL under mushroom

PULSATILLA

PUMPKIN

PURPLE HEDGE NETTLE under mint

PURSLANE

PUSSYTOES under everlasting

 

QUASSIA

QUEEN ANNEíS LACE under carrot, wild

QUEEN-OF-THE-MEADOW under boneset

QUINCE FRUIT

 

RABBIT BRUSH

RADISH

RAGGED CUP

RAGWEED

RAGWORT under GROUNDSEL and RAGWORT

RASPBERRIES, BLACKBERRY, CLOUDBERRY, THIMBLEBERRY

RATTLESNAKE ROOT under plantain

REED GRASS under grass

REISHI under mushroom

REST HARROW

RHODODENDRON

RHUBARB

RICE under grass

ROCK ROSE

ROCK TRIPE under seaweeds

ROSE

ROSEMARY under mint

ROSE-ROOT

ROSEWOOD

RUE

RYE under grass, wild rye

 

SAFFLOWER

SAFFRON

SAGEBRUSH, BIG under wormwood

SAGE under mint

SAILOR CAPS

SALAL

SAMPHIRE

SAND DROPSEED under grass

SANDALWOOD

SANDWORT

SANGRE DE GRADO

SANICLE

SARSAPARILLA

SASKATOON

SASSAFRAS

SAVORY under mint

SAW PALMETTO

SCULLCAP under mint

SCURVY GRASS

SHIZANDRA under magnolia

SEA GRASS under seaweeds

SEAWEEDS, RED LAVER, and ALGAEíS

SEDGE

SEGO LILY under lily fritillary and mariposa

SELF-HEAL under mint

SENEGA SNAKEROOT under snakeroot

SENNA

SERPENT GRASS

SESAME

SHALLOT under lily

SHEPHERDíS PURSE

SHIITAKE under mushroom

SHINLEAF under lily-of-the-valley

SHOOTING STAR

SHORT-AWNED ORCHARD GRASS under grass

SILVERBERRY under wolfwillow

SKELETON PLANT

SKULLCAP under mint

SKUNKBUSH

SKUNK CABBAGE

SKY ROCKET

SMARTWEED under knotweed

SNAKEROOT

SNEEZEWEED

SNOWBERRY or WOLFBERRY

SNOWBRUSH

SOAP LILY under lily

SOAPBERRY

SOAPWORT

SOLOMONíS SEAL under lily

SORREL

SPEARMINT under mint

SPICE BUSH

SPIDER FLOWER

SPIDERWORT

SPIKE TRISETUM under grass

SPIKENARD or SPIGNET

SPINACH

SPIRULINA and CHLORELLA under seaweeds

SPRUCE

SPURGES

SQUASH under pumpkin

STAGíS HORN CLUBMOSS under moss, clubmoss

STAR FRUIT

STAR GRASS

STAR-FLOWERED SOLOMONíS SEAL under lily

STEVIA

STILLINGA

ST. JOHNíS WORT

STONECROP

STONE ROOT under mint

STORKíS BILL under geranium

STRAWBERRY BLITE

STRAWBERRY TREE

STRAWBERRY under wild strawberry

SUBALPINE FIR under pine

SUGAR CANE under grass

SUMACH

SUMMER

SUNDEW

SUNFLOWER

SURF GRASS

SWAMP HEDGE-NETTLE under mint purle hedge netlle

SWEET CICELY

SWEET FERN under fern

SWEET FLAG under calamus

SWEET GRASS under grass

SWEET GUM

SWEET POTATO

SWORD FERN under fern

 

TAHEEBO under pauarco

TAMARACK under larch or pine

TAMARIND

TANSY

TARO

TARRAGON

TARWEED

TEA TREE OIL under cajuput

TEA

THISTLES

THREE-AWN under grass

THUJA under cedar

THYME under mint

TIGER LILY under lily

TOADFLAX under bastard toadflax or yellow toadflax

TOBACCO

TOMATO

TORMENTIL

TRILLIUM under lily

TRITELLIA under lily

TUBEROUS WATER LILY under lily

TULIP TREE

TURMERIC

TURKEY CORN

TURKíS CAP LILY under lily

TURNIP

TWIN LEAF

TWINBERRY

TWINFLOWER

TWISTED STALKS under lily

 

UMBRELLA PLANT

UMBRELLA WORT

UNICORN PLANT

 

VALERIAN

VANILLA

VERVAIN

VETCH

VIOLET

VIPERíS BUGLOSS

VIRGINIA MOUSE-EAR under houndís tongue

VIRGINIA SNAKEROOT under snakeroot

VITEX under chaste tree

 

WAHOO

WALLFLOWERS

WALNUTS

WAPATO under arrowhead

WATER CHESTNUT under chestnuts

WATERCRESS under cresses

WATER ERYNGO

WATER HEMLOCK under hemlock, water

WATER MILFOIL

WATER PARSLEY

WATERLEAF

WATERMELON

WATERMINT under mint

WESTERN BOG- LAUREL

WESTERN MARSH MARIGOLD under cowslip

WHEAT GRASS under grass

WHEAT under grass

WHITE ASH under ash

WHITE POND LILY under lily

WILD CHIVES, under lily

WILD GARLIC under lily

WILD  HYACINTHS under lily

WILD HYSSOP under mint

WILD JALAP under jalap

WILD ONION under lily, wild chives, onion, garlic

WILD ROSE under rose

WILD RYE under grass

WILD STRAWBERRY

WILD YELLOW LILY under lily

WILLOWS

WINTERBERRY under holly

WINTERCRESS under cresses

WINTERGREEN

WITCH HAZEL

WOLFWILLOW or SILVERBERRY

WOOD BETONY under mint

WOODRUFF under cleavers

WOOL GRASS

WORM ROOT TREE

WORMWOOD AND OTHER ARTEMESIA SPECIES

 

YAM

YAMPAH

YARROW

YELLOW AVALANCHE LILY under lily

YELLOW DOCK under docks

YELLOW FLAG under blue flag

YELLOW NUT GRASS

YELLOW PARILLA under sarsapsarilla

YELLOW RATTLE

YELLOW TOADFLAX

YELLOW WATER lily under lily

YERBA MATE under holly

YERBA SANTA

YEW

YLANG YLANG

YOHIMBE          

YUCCA under lily

 

  

BLEEDING or HEMORRHAGE: HEMORRHAGES: HEMORRHAGE  OCCUR WHEN ANY BLOOD VESSEL HAS BEEN PUNCTURED OR BROKEN. Pressure and cold packs are often used. A tourniquet is sometimes used only in emergencies, as it can cause gangrene if left on too long, causing a limb to be removed. Tourniquets must be loosened and tightened every twenty to thirty minutes. A person who is suffering from internal bleeding will have SYMPTOMS of: cold clammy skin, faintness, dizziness, irregular breathing and pulse. They must be treated for shock and be kept warm. For INTERNAL HEMORRHAGES or BLEEDING: people DRANK teas using: adderís tongue (fern), agrimony, alder, alumroot, ash (mountain), avens (water), bayberry root, bearberry, bethroot (under lily, trillium), big love medicine (aster), bistort root, blackberry (under raspberry) root, bloodroot, boneset, bryony (wild hops), buckwheat, bugleweed (under mint), burnet (salad), cayenne, chervil, chokecherry bark, cinquefoil (boiled in milk), comfrey, cowslip and mullein, cowslip, cones and nuts, elderberry flowers, everlasting, fern (male), fireweed root or leaves, fluellin, geranium (wild) roots, germander (under mint), ginger, ginseng root, goldenrod flowers, goldenseal, gooseberry leaves, grape leaves or seed, gum arabic, gynura, holly (mountain), hollyhock, horse chestnut, horsetail grass, horseweed, ironwood, knotweed, ladyís mantle, lambís quarters, larch (tamarack), licorice, licorice (Indian), liverwort, loosestrife, lotus (under lily) flowers or rhizomes (fresh), lovage, lungwort, madder, mallow (scarlet globe), mandrake, mango, maple, marsh woundwort (under mint, purple hedge nettle), milkweed root (small amounts), mistletoe, moss (black tree lichen, running clubmoss spores), mountain laurel, muira puama, mullein, nettle (stinging, white dead), New Jersey tea, oak bark, ocean spray, olives (ripe, boil 5 fresh pitted olives in water, add 100g. of fresh lotus {under lily} root, lean pork and salt, and DRINK once a day), orpine (stonecrop) root, papaya leaf, parsley, periwinkle, plantain root, pomegranate (rind, root, or flowers), psoralea, purslane, rabbit brush, raspberry leaves, rice (grass, brown), sangre de grado, sanicle, self-heal (under mint), shepherdís purse, snowbrush, Solomonís seal (under lily), sorrel, sumach bark or root, thistle (milk), wall germander (under mint), walnut bark, water lily (tuberous, white, yellow), willow (white) bark, witch hazel, wormwood, or yarrow. Some people have EATEN fresh (uncooked) peanuts or spinach. For EXTERNAL Bleeding: people often APPLIED: absinthium, adderís tongue (fern), agrimony leaves, alumroot, amaranth, avens, barberry roots, bayberry bark or root, bearberry, bear grass (under lily), big love medicine (aster), bistort root, blue flag, boneset, buckwheat, bugleweed (under mint), burnet, capsicum (cayenne pepper), celery (wild), chervil, chokecherry bark, cinquefoil (silverweed), comfrey, cork tree, cowslip, cress (winter), cones and nuts, elder, fern (male, sweet) root, fig leaves, fireweed root and leaves (uterus), fluellin, geranium (wild) root, germander (under mint), ginseng root (American), goldenrod (powdered), goldenseal, grape leaves or seed, guava leaf, gum arabic, gynura, holly (mountain), hollyhock, horse chestnut, horsetail grass, horseweed, ironwood, knotweed, ladyís mantle, lambís quarters, larch (tamarack), lemon juice (cold), licorice (Indian), lily (bethroot {trillium}, bluebell root, bluebell {Scottish}, false Solomonís seal (under lily), tuberous water, water, white pond) roots, loosestrife, lotus (under lily) flowers, lovage, lungwort, madder, mallow (scarlet globe), maple (mountain) twigs (soaked), marsh woundwort (under mint, purple hedge nettle), mistletoe leaves, moss, moss (black tree lichen, running clubmoss spores, sphagnum), mugwort (under wormwood), mulberry, mullein, myrrh, nettle (stinging, white dead), New Jersey tea, oak bark, orpine (stonecrop) root, papaya leaf, peanut skins (or raw powdered peanuts), periwinkle (greater), plantain root or leaf, prickly pear cactus, puffball (mushroom, for dust), purslane, saffron root, sage (under mint), sangre de grado, sanicle, self-heal (under mint), shepherdís purse, skunk cabbage, sorrel, St. Johnís wort, sumach root or bark, taro root or stem skin, tarragon (French), tomatillo (under tomato), tormentil, wall germander (under mint), walnut bark, western bog-laurel, wild rose (petals), willow bark, wintergreen, witch hazel bark, wormwood, yarrow leaves, or yucca (under lily). (See also: Vaginal Douche for rectum). For BRUISE HEMORRHAGING or BRUISING: some people DRANK and/or APPLIED teas using: adderís tongue (fern), arnica flower (APPLIED), bayberry (DRANK), clover leaf (young), marjoram (wild, under mint), mulberry, safflower, shepherdís purse, strawberry bush (Wahoo), St. Johnís wort (crush injuries), tea tree oil (cajuput), or yarrow. Vitamin K is recommended for those who BRUISE EASILY. (See also: Bleeding, Bruises, and Vitamin K). For BLEEDING FROM THE LUNGS: some people DRANK teas using: alumroot (wild), bearberry, bistort root, boneset, cinquefoil (silverweed), dock (prairie), fireweed, knotweed, lily (Solomonís seal) root, moss (black tree lichen), mullein, oak bark, pine (tamarack) inner bark, saffron root, sanicle, snakeroot, witch hazel bark, or yarrow. (See also: Breathing). NOSEBLEEDS: are a RUPTURE OF A BLOOD VESSEL IN THE NOSE. Beware! Nosebleeds can be fatal if they continue too long. Blood dripping from the nostrils means that blood is coming from a part of your nose (anterior nosebleed). Blood dripping down the throat that originates further back is called a (posterior nosebleed), which usually requires medical attention. If people over sixty-five have hardening of the arteries, they shouldnít wait more than ten minutes before going to emergency. General advice has been to blow your nose good before trying to stop the Bleeding. Pinch the nose for fifteen minutes and repeat if necessary. Nosebleeds are common in children. Unless they occur often or along with other symptoms, they are not a cause for alarm unless they persist beyond twenty minutes. Food sensitivity, gout, leukemia, kidney disease, and dangerously high blood pressure should be considered if nosebleeds occur often. Other causes include anemia, dry mucous membranes, bleeding disorders (such as hemophilia, aspirin use, infections like scarlet fever or malaria), leukemia, nose-picking, rhinitis, sinusitis, trauma, upper respiratory tract infections as well as some hereditary conditions. Picking your nose, for up to a week after a nosebleed can cause another nosebleed. For PERSISTENT NOSEBLEEDS: (See vitamin K) some people have TAKEN beetroot concentrate and/or two grams of vitamin C. Citrus fruit will also strengthen the blood vessels for many. Some people mixed one part of hydrogen peroxide with two parts of water. This was APPLIED to cotton balls and stuck in the nostrils for ten to fifteen minutes. Some people dip cotton balls in vinegar, squeeze them out, and insert into the Bleeding nostril. Others have used ice wrapped in a cloth and APPLIED it to the nose. Some people hold the middle of the nostrils shut for five to seven minutes, and then they APPLY fresh cotton and repeat the procedure. If the atmosphere is too dry, some people may need to increase the humidity. Some people rub vitamin E inside the nostrils. Others have APPLIED an over the counter antibiotic/steroid ointment. Nasal spray may stop nosebleeds. Some people have TAKEN an iron supplement if they are prone to a Bleeding nose. People may be advised to AVOID aspirin, as it prevents blood clotting. Most people should also AVOID foods with aspirin-like substances such as: almonds, apples, apricots, bell peppers, berries, cherries, cloves, cucumbers, currant (gooseberry), grapes, mints, pickles, plums, raisins, tangelos, tomatoes, and wintergreen. Some people have EATEN a low-cholesterol, low-fat diet if they have high blood pressure. Some people are advised to AVOID smoking and consider changing women's type of birth control pill. To PREVENT NOSEBLEEDS some people have TAKEN vitamin C and bioflavinoids (found in the white part of oranges, limes {linden}, lemons, and grapefruit). Vitamin K is needed for normal blood clotting. Good sources include alfalfa sprouts, cabbage, kale, spinach, and yogurt. The most effective bioflavinoids for nosebleeds are those found in grape seed extract and quercetin. NUTRITIONAL SUPPLEMENTS include; vitamin C, with bioflavinoids (3,000-6,000mg. three times daily), grape seed extract (200-300mcg. for three weeks), green food supplements (1 tbsp.), vitamin E, with mixed tocopherols (400-800 I.U.), yogurt or Lactobacillus acidophilus (3 capsules or 1 tsp). Some people have TAKEN a cold garlic (under lily) footbath for up to half an hour, or have CHEWED on a few periwinkle leaves. People DRANK teas, SNIFFED POWDERED, or BOILED: anemones (cut-leaf), adderís tongue (fern), alumroot, amaranth, bayberry bark, bergamot (under mint), chives (under lily, wild chives), juice applied, fern (bird's foot fern, steeped fronds, SNIFFED), bistort root, bamboo (black, under grass) root or leaves, buckthorn, calendula (marigold), cinnamon, cinquefoil (silverweed, SNIFFED), corn (under grass) silk, fern (giant bird's nest berries and ground stem, SNIFF cooled tea), forget-me-not, groundsel (SNIFFED), hawthorn, horsetail grass (SNIFFED), knotweed (SNIFFED), loosestrife (SNIFFED), marsh woundwort (under mint, purple hedge nettle), mint (tea), moss (stagís horn clubmoss, stiff clubmoss, SPORES SNIFFED), mouse-ear hardhack (SNIFFED), nettle tea (SNIFFED), oak bark (sniffed), peach roots (powdered and SNIFFED), periwinkle, plantain, puffball mushroom (SNIFFED), sarsaparilla (wild, SNIFFED), shepherdís purse, skullcap (under mint), snowbrush (powdered leaves), stinging nettle, sumach root or bark, willow (pussy willow) and saw palmetto berries combined, witch hazel, wormwood (APPLIED), or yarrow (boiled and SNIFFED). Some people have STUFFED THEIR NOSTRILS with pulsatilla leaves (while breathing the blossoms) or soaked yarrow leaves. Some people have pressed a nettle (stinging) leaf against the roof of their mouth with their tongue, or they SNIFF powdered nettle leaves. Some people insert pulverized snakeroot stem and leaves into their nostrils. Others sniff the dust from a puffball mushroom (keep away from eyes). Some people have APPLIED shepherdís purse juice (or the pounded plant) with cotton. Others have held knotweed in their hands until it becomes warm. Some people have APPLIED green, young, mashed willow leaves, bark or seeds to their nostrils. Others have APPLIED papyrus ashes mixed with vinegar. Some people soak gauze with a mixture of 10 drops of horsetail grass tincture and cold water. This can be placed into the nostrils. Pinch the nostril closed for ten minutes before slowly removing the gauze. A cold wrap around the calves helps draw blood away from the head area. Phosphorus is useful for bright red blood that flows freely and will not clot. It has been used for bleeding after blowing the nose too vigorously. Some people have EATEN: chestnuts, kohlrabi (or juice), or radishes (See also: High Blood Pressure {under Blood Problems}, Rupture, PABA (Vitamin Bx), and Bleeding). For MOUTH Bleeding or SPITTING BLOOD: some people DRANK or RINSED with: amaranth, bearberry, blue flag, bryony (wild hops), chokecherry bark, cinquefoil (silverweed), comfrey, coral, moss (black tree lichen), mullein, myrrh, or periwinkle. For Bleeding GUMS: people DRANK or RINSED with: bearberry, bilberry (under blueberry), bistort root, chamomile, cinquefoil, columbine seed, comfrey, gooseberry leaves, knotweed, lavender (under mint), loosestrife, mullein (black), myrrh, oak, raspberry (or blackberry leaves), rice (grass, brown) water, rosewood (infection), self-heal (under mint), wild strawberry or strawberry roots, or yarrow. Some people ATE plums. Some people RUB their gums daily with salt. (See also: Mouth Sores). For Bleeding due to ABORTIONS: some women DRANK amaranth tea. For Bleeding BOWELS: avoid aspirin. Some people DRANK teas using: amaranth, adderís tongue (fern), or everlasting (pearly). Strawberry blite tea has been INJECTED into the rectum. (See also: Bowel Problems). For INTESTINAL or STOMACH Bleeding: AVOID PHARMACEUTICAL ANTI-INFLAMMATORIES. Some people DRANK teas using: aloe vera (under lily), bearberry, cinquefoil (silverweed), dock sorrel (stomach), fenugreek, horsetail grass, knotweed, lambís quarters, liverwort, loosestrife, mock orange, moss (black tree lichen), or parsley. Some Chinese people have used olives (ripe, boil 5 fresh pitted olives in water, add 100gr. of fresh lotus (under lily) root and lean pork and salt, and DRINK once a day). For BLEEDING HEMORRHOIDS: people DRANK and/or APPLIED: cinquefoil (silverweed), cress, honey, knotweed (APPLIED), mock orange (APPLIED), moss (black tree lichen), mullein (APPLIED), vinegar, or yarrow. Some people have EATEN: bearberry, bananas, pigeon meat, or olives (ripe, boil 5 fresh pitted olives in water, add 100gr. of fresh lotus (under lily) root, lean pork, and salt, and DRINK once a day). For UTERUS and VAGINAL Bleeding: some people DRANK or APPLIED: bayberry root, bearberry, cinquefoil (silverweed), cottonseed, fern (male), goldenseal, grass (sweet grass), knotweed, lily (white pond), moss (black tree lichen), oyster shell (DRANK or eaten), periwinkle, purslane, or sage (under mint). Some women have EATEN: abalone or chicken. For POST-PARTUM Bleeding AFTER CHILDBIRTH: some people DRANK or have APPLIED: bearberry, chokecherry bark, cinquefoil (silverweed), grass (sweet grass), horseweed, mint wild, mistletoe (American), moss (black tree lichen, running clubmoss), nettle, sumach, or wormwood (also big sage brush). People may be advised to raise the bleeding part higher than their heart for stoppage. For GIDDINESS due to LOSS OF BLOOD: some people DRANK mallow tea. Some women have EATEN brown sugar. HEMOPHILIA or HEMOPHILIACS: are inherited disorders that cause abnormal bleeding. Hemophilia is classed in two ways: hemophilia A (classic hemophilia) is most common and hemophilia B (called Christmas disease). Hemophilia A results from a lack of a plasma protein which helps blood coagulate. Hemophilia B results from another plasma protein that helps blood coagulate. SYMPTOMS include extensive Bleeding after circumcision, extreme bruising, inflamed, painful joints, inflamed, tender muscles, relentless Bleeding after tooth extractions or other dental procedures, severe bleeding after operations or injuries, unwarranted bleeding from the gums, tongue, or mouth (following injury, seen particularly in infants and toddlers). (See also: Blood Clots {under Varicose Veins}, Blood Problems {High Blood Pressure}, Chervil, Cuts, Pregnancy, Uterus, Vitamins T, and K).

 

 

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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VITAMIN A

VITAMIN B-2 RIBOFLAVIN

VITAMIN B-3 NIACIN

VITAMIN B-5 PANTOTHENIC ACID

VITAMIN B-6 PYRIDOXINE MAGNESIUM PYRIDOXAL

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VITAMIN B-9 FOLIC ACID

VITAMIN B-12 CYANOCOBALAMIN

VITAMIN B-15 PANGAMIC ACID

VITAMIN B-17 LAETRILE

VITAMIN B-COMPLEX CHOLINE

VITAMIN Bh-COMPLEX INOSITOL

VITAMIN B-X PABA

VITAMIN C

VITAMIN D

VITAMIN E

VITAMIN F

VITAMIN H BIOTIN

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