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Cherry Herb Uses, Benefits, Cures, Side Effects, Nutrients

Repertory
General Name
Cherry
English Name
Cherry
Botanical Name
Prunus Avium

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Cherry Cures

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Action of Cherry

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Nutrients in Cherry

Cherry
Combines With

Taste of
Cherry

Nature of
Cherry

Warm

Parts Used

Bark Of Root, Trunk, Branches, Fruits, Seed ,Bark

Side Effects, Risk Factors of, and Cautions for Cherry

It may cause cause allergy .
Avoid using seeds as they are poisonous.
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Description

Cherry is fruit of a tree.
It is deciduous.
It grows in a temperate climate.
It grows up to 32 M.
Best used for relieving irritation of the mucous membranes.

Materia Medica
Bronchitis is usually chronic and accompanied with debility.
Old age has Catarrhal dyspepsia, weak digestion, Chronic diarrhoea, Weak throat, Ophthalmia. It helps in old age.
It sedates the nervous system and circulation.
Excellent during convalescence from pleurisy, pneumonia, acute hepatitis.
Paliative in Phthisis.
 
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Materia Medica for Cherry

Cherry General

Bronchitis is usually chronic and accompanied with debility. Cherries are best suited for this condition.
Old age people has Catarrhal dyspepsia, weak digestion, Chronic diarrhoea, Weak throat, Ophthalmia. Cherries can help them to fight against these problems.
They are excellent during convalescence from Pleurisy, Pneumonia, and Acute Hepatitis.
Cherries may not cure Phthisis, but will palliate the condition.
Want a sound sleep? Drink Cherry juice in the morning. It helps you to get a better sleep.
Single Herb

Cherry for Gout

Cherries are good for Gout. They help in two ways. The flavonoids reduce the uric acid in the blood. Flavonoids stop the inflammation due to the chemicals released in the joints when the uric acid crystals start to accumulate. Cherries are excellent for preventing Gout.
Consume one cup of fresh Cherries every day.
OR : Buy Cherry Fruit Extract capsules. Dosage will depend on the severity of the disease.

Cherry for Cystorrhea

Prepare a decoction of the bark of cherry tree. Have it two times a day.

Cherry ( Gilas ) Juice for Hair

Cherry ( Gilas ) prevents hair fall, nourishes hair and helps to grow new hair.
Drink one glass of Cherry ( Gilas ) Juice daily.

Cherry ( Gilas ) for Anemia

Cherry ( Gilas ) contains iron which prevents Anemia.
Eat 8 to 10 Cherry ( Gilas ) once a day.
OR : Take one glass juice of fresh Cherry ( Gilas ).

Cherry ( Gilas ) for Acne

Cherry ( Gilas ) has antibacterial property which acts against bacterial infections.
Eat 5 to 10 Cherry ( Gilas ) daily and apply it over infected area too or have a glass of Cherry ( Gilas ) juice twice or thrice a day or both.

Cherry ( Gilas ) for Snoring

Have 10 ml of Cherry ( Gilas ) juice at bed time daily.

Cherry for Headache and Joint Pains

Cheeries has anti inflammatory properties. Eating 15 to 20 cherries on regular basis keep Headache and Joint Pains away.
 
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Herbal Treatment For Whooping Cough 1

Prepare a decoction of Wild Cherry, Sundew, Coughwort, Thyme . Take two times a day.

Herbal Treatment For Gout 4

Extract the juice of Cherry. Add Chopped Garlic in it. Drink 1 cup of it once a day.

Herbal Treatment For Respiratory Diseases 2

Mix equal quantities of powdered Ephedra ( Amsania in India ), Comfrey, Verbascum Thapsus, Cherry, Licorice ( Mulethi in India ), Ginger ( Adrak in India ), Cinnamon ( Dalchini in India ), Inula Helenium ( Pushkaraula in India ) and Wild Ginger ( Jangli Adrak in India ).
Take 2-3 tablespoons throughout the day with warm water.

Herbal Treatment For Water Retention 4

Put following herbs in a pot containing 1 liter of boiling water.
Blackberry : 1 to 2 leaves
Parsley ( Ajmoood ) : 1 bunch
Celery ( Shalari ) : ½ teaspoon
Dandelion ( Dudal ) : 1 to 2 chopped leaves
Cherry : 10 stems
Corn Silk ( Bhuttee Ke Baal ) : ½ to 1 teaspoon
Fennel Seeds ( Saunf ) : ½to 1 teaspoon
Cynodon Dactylon : ½ to 1 teaspoon
Simmer it for 15 to 20 minutes. Strain this decoction. Drink this tea thrice a day.
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