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

Repertory
General Name
Pine Sylvestris
English Name
Scotch Pine
Botanical Name
Pinaceae Family
Hindi Name
Chid Ka Ped
Homeopathic Name
Pine   -   Mother Tincture

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Pine Tree Cures

 

Action of Pine Tree

Nutrients in Pine Tree

Highly Effective

Taste of
Pine Tree

Parts Used

Nut, Bark, Needles, Resin, Leaves, Seed, Kernel, Essential Oil

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

It may cause Skin Irritation.
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Description

Pinus Sylvestris is a coniferous tree.
It is perennial.
It grows in tropical climate.
It is a resinous tree.
It grows up to 45 M.
Best used for Arthritis.
In TCM :
Pine Pollen : Song Hua Fen
Pine Tree Leaf : Song Zhen
 

Origin

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Materia Medica for Pine Tree

Pine Sylvestris General

Scotch Pine or Scots Pine is an evergreen coniferous tree. It is widely recognized as Pine of Deodar. Different parts of the tree have different medicinal benefits.
Pine Needles have Anti Depressant effect. A Pine Needle decoction added to bath gives a relaxing effect. Herbally, Pine baths are considered effective in the treatment of Rheumatism, Gout, Paralysis, Scrofula and Skin Diseases.
Pine Buds contain essential oils and Vitamin C. The buds possess Disinfectant and Expectorant properties. It is best used to cure Bronchitis.
Scots Pine is Diuretic in nature. It treats Fever, Constipation, Bronchitis.
Scots Pine Pitch is obtained after distillation of tar from wood of the tree. It is used topically as a medication to cure Skin ailments as Eczema, Psoriasis and open wounds. It can also be taken internally to cure Piles.
The Resin produced from the branches and stems of the plant is Antiseptic in nature. It can be taken internally to cure Respiratory Tract problems.
The seeds of the plant are used to cure Bladder infection, Tuberculosis and Bronchitis. A decoction of Pinus Sylvestris seeds is used externally to treat extreme Vaginal discharge.
The leaves and young flowers possesses Antiseptic and Expectorant properties. It is used to treat Respiratory problems. Medical preparation of leaves cures Chest problems, and treats Arthritis and Rheumatism. Leaves boiled in water are used for bath. It alleviates tiredness, nervous exhaustion, Insomnia and Skin disorders.
The inner bark of Scotch Pine or Scots Pine is edible. The bark is dried and powdered. The powder is used to make bread and oatmeal.
Pinus Sylvestris Pollen possesses Antiinflammatory property. The Pine Pollen of Scots Pine or Pinus Sylvestris contains significant human hormones including Androstenedione, Testosterone and Epitestosterone in high amounts. It contains large quantities of Amino acids and essential nutrients.
 
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Herbal Treatment For Epigastric Hernia 1

Apply a poultice, made of Comfrey root powder, Glycerin, Pine Tree bark powder and lukewarm water over the abdomen area.
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