Borage Leaf




Botanical name: Borago officinales

Origin: Hungary/Canada/USA

Therapeutic actions: Aperient; Anti-rheumatic; Bitter; Demulcent; Diaphoretic; Depurative; mild diuretic; Emollient; Expectorant; Febrifuge; Laxative; Lenitive; Pectoral; Sudorific; mild sedative; Stimulant; Tonic.

Nutrients: Calcium, choline, essential fatty acids, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, zinc, vitamins B1, B2, B3 and C.

Drug interactions: No known drug interactions.

Description: It is an adrenal tonic and gland balancer.

Internal uses: It has been good for reducing fever and restoring vitality after a long illness. It has been considered as a calmative for the nervous system. It has been used to strengthen the heart and

expel poisons, especially of snake and insect. Other indications: pulmonary disorders, peritonitis, epilepsy, coughs, itch, ringworm infection, scabies, ulcers (as a gargle) and for most

skin problems. It may be effective in eliminating intestinal worms. It has been helpful with female disorders and increases menstrual flow and stimulates milk flow in nursing mothers. It

has also been good for rheumatoid arthritis, eczema and weight loss.

External uses: Bathing the eyes in the tea helps with inflammation. It can be used as a gargle for ulcers in the mouth and throat.

Suggested dosage: 1.4—2.8 grams daily. Large amounts cause bloating, nausea, indigestion and headache.

Caution: Not recommended for long term use.


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