Watercress Herb Uses, Benefits, Cures, Side Effects, Nutrients
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Action of Watercress
Nutrients in Watercress
Stem, Leaves, Flower
Side Effects, Risk Factors of, and Cautions for Watercress
Do not use Water Cress during Pregnancy.
It may cause Stomach Upset.
Watercress is an aquatic plant.
It is evergreen perennial.
It grows in temperate regions.
It grows up to 65 Cm in water.
It blooms in the beginning of summers.
Best used for Tuberculosis.
In TCM :
Watercress : Xi Yang Cai
Materia Medica for Watercress
Drink Juice of the leaves twice a day.
OR : Eat lots and lots of Watercress.
Else :Inhale the smoke of dried leaves.
Boil the leaves and Stems of Watercress in water until it gets fully dissolved. Take 1/2 cup daily as a soup.
Watercress ( Jalkumbhi ) for Goiter
Prepare a paste of the leaves of Watercress ( Jalkumbhi ). Apply on the affected area.
Take 2 tablespoons of watercress juice in a glass of water. Drink it two times a day.
Watercress is rich in Vitamin C and helps your body to fight with common cold and flu symptoms. Add Watercress to your daily diet.
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Mix the following dry, powdered herbs and store in a jar:-
Burdock Root : 6 parts
Sheep Sorrel : 4 parts
Slippery Elm Bark : 1 part
Rhubarb Root : 1 teaspoon.
Prepare a decoction. Take one teaspoon at a time. Boil in two cups water till water remains half. Leave on hot plate overnight. Strain through a coarse strainer. Consume cold either early morning or late at night.
The tea will help in :-
Add the following herbs to the above Mixture
Kelp : 2 parts
Red Clover : 1 part
Blessed Thistle : 1 part
Watercress : 0.4 parts
The method remains the same.