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

Repertory
General Name
Chickweed
English Name
Chickweed
Botanical Name
Stellaria Media, Caryophyllaceae family
Hindi Name
Buch Bucha
Chinese Name
Fan Lu
Homeopathic Name
Stellaria Media   -   Mother Tincture

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Chickweed Cures

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Action of Chickweed

Nutrients in Chickweed

Chickweed
Combines With

Taste of
Chickweed

Parts Used

Aerial Parts, Leaves, Stems, Root, Flowers

Side Effects, Risk Factors of, and Cautions for Chickweed

HIgh Dosage may cause Vomiting and Diarrhea.
Avoid during Pregnancy and Breast Feeding.
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Description

Chickweed is a plant.
It is an annual.
It grows in a tropical climate.
It grows up to 40 Cm.
 

Origin

Grown In

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Materia Medica for Chickweed

Chickweed General

Chickweed is a member of the Caryophyllaceae family. It is mainly found in North America and parts of Europe. It is rich in Vitamin C. It can be eaten raw in salads, juiced or infused as Tea. It is a mild laxative and diuretic substance.
Chickweed is used as herbal treatment for Skin problems like Roseola, Eczema, and Psoriasis.
Chickweed reduces itching and irritation.
It is beneficial if you have dried or chapped Skin and Bug Bites.
Chickweed posses Astringent properties. It is useful in healing Acne and red pimples.
The external use of Chickweed is very effective for the treatment of Sores, Boils, and Burns. Chickweed soothes swelling on the Skin.
The Anti inflammatory properties of Chickweed reduces Internal and External inflammation.
It helps in treating Scurvy ( Bleeding Gums ).
It is a natural pain killer and is helpful in treating Muscle and Joint pains.
The consumption of Chickweed eases the Stomach and Intestinal problems.
Tea made of Chickweed has Diuretic properties. It helps clean the Intestines and the Kidneys by removing toxic waste from the body.
Chickweed maintains the Urinary health. It is also used for treating the Urinary Tract Infections and Cystitis.
Chickweed helps in restraining Respiratory problems. It reduces Phlegm in the lungs.
It acts as a tonic for Lung congestion, Flu, Bronchitis and treats Asthma.
Chickweed is helpful in treating Obesity. It lowers down the Cholesterol level in the body.
Keywords : Skin, Respiratory system, Scurvy, Constipation, Digestive system, Urinary problems, Muscle Pain, Joint Pain, Blood Disorders, Conjunctivitis and Dyspepsia and Obesity.
Methods of Administration. How to take
Tincture. The best and the most potent method of consuming Chickweed is to Tincture it.
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Decoction: Make a tea.
Put 1/2 teaspoonful of the powdered leaves in a cup of water. Boil it. Simmer for 10 minutes. Drink three times a day.
Single Herb

Chickweed for Urinary Tract Infection

Have 20-30 drops of Chickweed tincture daily for 3 months.

Chickweed for Erysipelas

Prepare a poultice of the leaves of Chickweed. Apply on the affected area.

Chickweed ( Buch Bucha ) for Urticaria

Take chickweed in a powder form. Prepare a paste. Apply it over the affected area.

Chickweed ( Buch Bucha ) for Obesity

Drink Chickweed ( Buch Bucha ) tea regularly.
It is an old remedy to cure Obesity.
 
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Herbal Treatment For Blurred Vision 1

Take the leaves and the Flowers of the following herbs:
Chickweed, Barberry, Marigold ( Gendha ), Goldenseal, Oregon Grape, Eyebright, Cornflowers.
Prepare an infusion. Let it cool. Use as an eyewash, 2-3 times a day.

Herbal Treatment For Liver Diseases 11

Herbal formula for Liver Detoxification
Prepare a powdered mixture of equal amount of Red clover, Fennel, Cleavers, Dandelion, Oregon grape root, Burdock root, Chickweed and Parsley root. Boil 1 to 2 cups of water. Add one teaspoon of the powered mixture in it. Allow it to get cool down. Consume 1 cup of tea once a day before breakfast.
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Queries on Chickweed
Marian Mc Loughlin ( Ireland )
14 Jul 2016
Could one take Chickweed when on Blood thinner meds.?
Could one take Chickweed when on Thyroid meds.?
Could one take Chickweed when on ashma or blood pressure meds. ?


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Fatme ( UK/London )
05 Aug 2018
Dear herbpathy,

My thighs have turned dark and my Vagina is also turning dark. Is there any herb that I can put to lighten this.

Thanks
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Sugandha Rao ( Kolkata )
06 Aug 2018
To lighten the thigh area, you may apply sandal pack on it, regularly. Also you may consult your beautician regarding it, I think she'd be able to help you better. DO not worry, it is not a disease. Just clean the area regularly and apply some face packs o the area.
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