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Black Eyed Susan Herb Uses, Benefits, Cures, Side Effects, Nutrients

General Name
Black Eyed Susan
Glycemic Index / Load
Black Eyed Susan
Botanical Name
Rudbeckia Hirta

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Black Eyed Susan Cures


Action of Black Eyed Susan

Nutrients in Black Eyed Susan


Taste of
Black Eyed Susan

Parts Used

Roots, Leaf

Side Effects, Risk Factors of, and Cautions for Black Eyed Susan

Avoid use during Pregnancy, Breast Feeding.
The seeds are poisonous, and are not recommended to consume.
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Black Eyed Susan is a flowering plant.
It may be biennial or perennial.
It grows in a temperate climate.
It grows up to One Meter.
Best used for Cold.

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Materia Medica for Black Eyed Susan

Black Eyed Susan General

Black Eyed Susan is also identified as Yellow Daisy. It is an aborigine of The United States of America.
It strengthens the Immune System; this helps the body to combat Flu and other parasitic invasions. Its root extract is significant for curing Edema.
Its root extract is potent for curing Earache.
Herbal tea prepared from Black Eyed Susan root is effective for curbing Cold.
Its stem is an effective treatment for High Blood Pressure.
It is useful for treating Diuresis.
Black Eyed Susan is valuable for treating Ulcers and Swellings.
It is an Antidote against Snakebites.
Caution : Its seeds are not edible; because they are poisonous in nature. Consult a Doctor before consuming it.
Keywords : Edema, Flu, Earache, Cold, High Blood Pressure, Hepatitis, Diuresis, Snakebite.
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