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Fringe Tree Herb Uses, Benefits, Cures, Side Effects, Nutrients

Repertory
General Name
Fringe Tree
English Name
Snowflower
Botanical Name
Chionanthus Virginicus
Homeopathic Name
Chionanthus Virginica   -   Mother Tincture

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Action of Fringe Tree

Nutrients in Fringe Tree

Fringe Tree
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Taste of
Fringe Tree

Parts Used

Root Bark, Bark

Side Effects, Risk Factors of, and Cautions for Fringe Tree

It may cause Allergic Reactions.
Overdoses may cause Vomiting.
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Description

Snowflower is a tree.
It is deciduous.
It grows in a cold climate.
It grows up to 11 M.
The Homeopathic remedy, Chionanthus Virginica is best used to treat Bile and Sugar in the Urine.
 
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Materia Medica for Fringe Tree

 
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Herbal Treatment For Urinary Tract Infection 3

Take equal quantity of Snowflower, Barberry and Boldo leaves. Grind them together. Have half teaspoon with lukewarm water daily.
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Queries on Fringe Tree
Nadeem siddiqui ( India/ uttar pradesh )
25 Nov 2016
M 22 yrs old splenomegaly patient
Enlarge spleen
Liver shrunken
Liver strength is not good
Poor Platelets counts around 67.000
Loss appetite

M waiting ur valuable suggestion
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Swarlin
28 Nov 2016
Nadeem It is suggested that you read the Genesis page given in the portal : Vibrant Health on this website. http://herbpathy.com/The-Genesis-Vid48
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Urja ( India amritsar )
13 Sep 2017
Can this cause lukoria patient problms
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