Thai herbal healing secrets you should know

lastay By lastay, 18th Aug 2012 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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Herbs are beneficial to our health we use them if have have a illness that our doctor cant cure this is a guideline that informs what each specific herb can do and how to use it

The value of Thai herbs and their physiological abilities.

Thai people gargle the boiled Coriander seeds with water in the mouth to help release toothache. Scrubbing whole fresh coriander on rashes helps to relieve the symptoms quicker.
Galangal helps release flatulence and bloated feelings. It also cures the urticaria, hives, nettle rash, ringworm, and eczema by applying mixed fresh grounded Galangal and spirit on the symptom until cured.
Black pepper
Is used for such illnesses as constipation, diarrhea, earache, gangrene, heart disease, hernia, hoarseness, in digestion, insect bites, insomnia, joint pain, liver problems, lung disease, oral abscesses, sunburn, tooth decay, toothaches, and suffering from strangury.
Cinnamon In medicine it acts like other volatile oils and once had a reputation as a cure for colds. It has also been used to treat diarrhea and other problems of the digestive system. Cinnamon is high in antioxidants. The essential oil of cinnamon also has antimicrobial properties, which can aid in the preservation of certain foods.
Cloves are used as a carminative to increase hydrochloric acid in the stomach and to improve peristalsis. Cloves are also said to be a natural antihelmintic. The oil is used in aromatherapy when stimulation and warming are needed, especially for digestive problems. Topical application over the stomach or abdomen are said to warm the digestive tract.
Put boiled Coriander seeds with water in the mouth to help release toothache. Scrubbing whole fresh coriander on rashes helps to relieve the symptoms quicker.
Ginger roots help release the symptom of vomiting, flatulence, bloated, coughing, and gastritis, unable to defecate. The stems and flowers also help you cope with gastritis, bloated, flatulence, unable to defecate, and help expelling parasite, worms, and diarrhea
Holy basil or sacred basil
Holy basil or sacred basil helps release flatulence, bloated, heartburn, coughing, fever, expelling parasite, and curing ringworm. Crush holy basil leaves helps to repel mosquitoes.
The taste of it is unique. Eating Kampfer roots helps release stomachache, flatulence, bloated, gives energy, and helps to boost your libido. Also, it can be externally used to cure ringworm and eczema.
Kaffir lime
The skin helps good digestion and enriches your heart. Traditionally, we also use the juice from the fruit as an aromatic shampoo to treat dandruff and it is really effective.
The Lemongrass stems help you to cope with the cold, headaches and coughing Also, it helps release the gas in your stomach, diarrhea, aching, suffering from strangury, and mind asthma. Lemongrass roots have the medical value to release heartburn, gastritis, suffering from strangury, and ringworm. Its leaves help you to cope with fever and reduce blood pressure.
Lime have the medical value of Vitamin C, nourishing your skin, hair, voice, helps to expel parasite, releasing gas in your stomach, flatulence, bloated, fever, cough and curing allergic rashes and spots.
Siam Cardamom
Cardamom has a strong, unique taste, with an intensely aromatic fragrance. It is a common ingredient in Thai dishes which was influenced by Indian cooking. Dried fruits are used as carminative and anti flatulence.
Sweet Basil
Its leaves help relieve headaches, cold, flatulence, bloated, and period pains. Use crushed leaves to cure bruises and rashes. Its seeds are swelled up and glutinous if mix with water, which very good as a pudding or put in syrup or juice and it is good for your digestion, release red-eyes and conjunctivitis.
The ripened fruit is edible, as it becomes somewhat sweeter, but still very acidic. It is used in desserts, blended into juices. It is also consumed as a natural laxative.
Turmeric is used in some Thai dishes, for example, Yellow curry. Turmeric has the value of releasing flatulence, bloated, diarrhea, gastritis, and skin diseases like ringworm and dermatitis.
Aloe Vera
Relieves peptic ulcers and aids digestion. Also high in vitamin E, it accelerates healing and improves the complexion.

The roots are a diuretic, the sap an astringent, and the leaves can even stop bleeding. While the unripe fruit is also an astringent, the ripe fruit is an excellent laxative. Asiatic
It is rich in vitamin A and well known as a remedy for internal injuries and wounds. It is also applied to accelerate the healing of burns and eczema, as it helps to prevent scars.
Another favorite, sweet, fragrant night flower, it reduces body temperature and stimulates the heart.
Bael Fruit
Unripe, it is an astringent and tonic; when ripe, it is a mild laxative. It also increases appetite while relieving thirst. Contains vitamin A, calcium, and phosphorus. Chrysanthemum
Drunk hot or cold, it eases heartburn and reduces body heat.
Removes toxins, flushing the kidneys and bladder. High in phosphorus, calcium, and carbohydrates.
The bark cures dysentery; the dried leaves stop diarrhea; and the fruit itself helps digest proteins. It’s also high in the minerals calcium, magnesium and potassium.
Cures diarrhea and indigestion. High in vitamin A, B1, B2, B6, and C, and iron and calcium.
Reduces sugar in blood as it refreshes. Also relieves sore throat. Lemon Grass
While the roots act as a diuretic and relieve diarrhea and gas, the plant is used to treat asthma, as its rich in menthol and camphor. It’s also high in vitamin A, calcium, and phosphoric acid.
High in vitamin A, B, and C, calcium, iron, and phosphorus.


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author avatar A K Rao
18th Aug 2012 (#)

Very nice andinformative article dear Lastay! Thanks for sharing!

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author avatar lastay
19th Aug 2012 (#)

Thank you very much you are welcome

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author avatar neeta desai
6th Sep 2012 (#)

very well researched is good to know so many uses of herbs

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