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Mountain Laurel Herb Uses, Benefits, Cures, Side Effects, Nutrients

General Name
Mountain Laurel
Glycemic Index / Load
Mountain Laurel
Botanical Name
Kalmia Latifolia
Homeopathic Name
Kalmia Latifolia   -   Mother Tincture

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Mountain Laurel Cures

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Action of Mountain Laurel

Highly Effective

Nutrients in Mountain Laurel

Parts Used


Side Effects, Risk Factors of, and Cautions for Mountain Laurel

Avoid its use during pregnancy and breastfeeding.
It may cause :
Cold Sweats
Loss of Vision
Heart and Lung problems
and even death.
It is advisable to use this herb under the supervision of a Homeopathic practitioner.
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Mountain Laurel is a shrub.
It is evergreen.
It grows up to 6 M.
It belongs to the Ericaceae family.
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Materia Medica for Mountain Laurel

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JoEllen ( Pa usa )
19 Nov 2019
Mountain laurel would work ? How to use ,how much? On skin ? Oil ?
21 Nov 2019
Dar JoEllen

You can try the following to treat Shingles:
1. Take 2 Garlic cloves with a glass of water every day in the morning. Crush the clove with a wooden object and have it with water.
2. To soothe itching and pain, you can try Rose Geranium or Clove Essential oil. Mix it with Coconut oil and apply it over the affected parts with a cotton dab. Try first doing a skin patch test and then use it over the affected parts.
3. Take massive doses of Vitamin C.
4. Take cool baths to relieve itch.
5. Rub wet Tea bags over Skin. Soak in warm water for 10-15 min and then apply over the skin.
Keep your immunity high by eating a healthy diet and following a good routine.
This advice is for educational purpose only. It is not intended to replace a doctor. Please consult your doctor before taking any herb.
19 Dec 2020
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