Calamus Root

Calamus

 

Herb: CALAMUS ROOT

Botanical name: Acorus calamus

Origin: Poland/India

Therapeutic actions: Abortifacient; Anodyne; Aphrodisiac; Aromatic; Carminative; Diaphoretic; Emmenagogue; Febrifuge; Hallucinogenic; Odontalgic; Sedative; Stimulant; Stomachic; Tonic; Vermifuge; Vulnerary.

Drug Interactions: No known interactions.

Description: It has been helpful with most diseases of the stomach, liver and intestines.

Internal uses: It has been beneficial for hyperacidity associated with the stomach and intestines. It has also been used for hypoglycemia, flatulence and indigestion. It has helped with quitting smoking because it produces a mild nausea when one tries to smoke after chewing the dried root. The Northwestern Indians kept a piece of the root in their mouth to give endurance when running long distances.

External uses: The tincture is used in the treatment of scabies, lice and crabs. It can also be used in a bath to induce tranquility.

Caution: Only use in small doses internally. Do not use for an extended period of time.

 

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