Nervous; respiratory; digestive
Adaptogen; alterative; anti-bacterial; anti-emetic; anti-microbial; anti-septic; anti-spasmodic; diaphoretic; febrifuge; galactogogue; nervine
An effective diaphoretic and febrifuge in most colds, flus and lung problems. Soothes the GIT. Considered sacred in Ayurvedic medicine; used as a water purifiers, and in the treatment of morning sickness and hangover. Beneficial for respiratory infections. May increase supply of mother’s milk, and treat babies’ colic. Awakens the brain, supports a meditation practice. Soothes connective tissue inflammation. ^1.