Celandine, which is also known as Celandine Poppy or Tetterwort, is a member of the poppy family which grows in Europe and Asia. The celandine herb is commonly available as a whole dried plant, and is also available as a tincture or extract. Celandine extract is more difficult to find, however it is available.
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Celandine Herb Remedies
Celandine has been used to treat many types of illnesses for centuries. It is important to note that the leaves, roots, and rhizomes are the most commonly used portions of the plant.
Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioners recommend celandine tea as a digestive tonic. Stronger tinctures containing celandine herb or celandine extract are also used by holistic practitioners; the following is a list of conditions that may benefit from the effects of celandine.
- Cough and Cold – Celandine has sedative properties that can calm coughs. Holistic practitioners have found it useful in the treatment of bronchitis since it eases spasmodic coughing.
- Inflamed Tonsils, Sore Throat, Laryngitis and Pharyngitis – The celandine herb has antibacterial and pain relieving properties that may ease the symptoms of these illnesses.
- Toothache – Folk remedies recommended that celandine root be chewed to ease the pain of a toothache.
- Body Detoxification – Celandine herb has been used to help detoxify the body’s internal organs, including the liver and gall bladder. Compounds formulated for detoxification often include other beneficial herbs.
Gypsies used the latex, or sap, from celandine stalks to treat warts and refresh sore feet. The latex has also been used to treat ringworm, eczema, and corns. Although the sap from the celandine’s stem has been useful as a topical remedy in the past, it should never be taken internally because it can cause paralysis and other serious problems.
Celandine herb is an extremely potent plant that should not be used casually. Eastern European studies are testing the efficacy of a semi-synthetic drug called Ukrain; scientists hope the drug may be effectively used to combat aggressive forms of cancer.
Celandine has many uses, and is often combined with other herbs that complement its’ efficacy. No matter why you believe celandine herb may be the right addition to your herbal regimen, it is best to ensure that your intestinal system is clear of toxins, heavy metals and parasites prior to beginning use. DrFloras recommends the Ultimate Detox Cleanse Kit, which can bring balance to your body and allow the celandine herb to work properly.