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Take 2 to 3 drops every 2 or 3 hours. Dose: Tea—1/2 cup several times a day. Powder—15 to 30 grains. Oil—2 to 5 drops every 2 to 3 hours. Fl. Extract—1/2 to 1 dr. Tincture—10 drops on sugar twice a day. Note—Use carefully. Never use right after meals. Illustrated Phytotherapy by Deschauer — Page 41 No. 51—Asafoetida—Ferula Asafoetida COMMON AND FOREIGN NAMES: Devil's Dung, Food of, the Gods. Steckenkraut, Absand, Teufelsdreck. HABITAT: Afghanistan, Eastern Persia. CHIEF CONSTITUENTS: Resin, Gum, Oil, Ferulic Acid.
Vul. Pol. Arnica used internally should be taken carefully. The tea is used in chronic rheumatism and abdominal ailments, always in small doses. Arnica boiled in beer or wine purifies the blood. Arnica is mostly administered in the form of tincture. For spitting blood take a few drops of the tincture. For inflammation and ulcers of the bowels and stomach take 50 drops of the tincture in a pint of water, and take a little swallow several times a day. For stomach cramps take a teaspoonful of the tincture in a glass of water.
Put all in a barrel with 20 quarts of white wine or apple cider. No. 90—Bog-bean— Menyanthes Trifoliata COMMON AND FOREIGN NAMES: Buckbean, Brookbean, Marsh Clover, Moon Flower, Marsh Trefoil, Water Shamrock, Bitter Trefoil, Bean Trefoil, Bog Myrtle, Bitterworm, Scharbocks Klee, Bitterklee, Trefle d'eau, Trebol, SumpfWasser Klee. HABITAT: Europe, U. S. A. CHIEF CONSTITUENT: Menyanthin. PARTS USED: Bark, Leaves. PROPERTIES AND USES: Bit. Ton. Ant. Diu. Cat. Febr. Deo. Ver.
Illustrated phytotherapy by by Thos. Deschauer