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Avocado - Aguacate

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These small trees are mostly natives of South and Central America,
but are also found in Mexico,
deep southwestern United States the Canary Islands and in southeast Asia.

    P. Borbonia (the Bull Bay or Red Bay)
    is a native of the United States from Delaware to Florida and is sometimes planted for ornament.

    P. palustris
    is found from North Carolina to Florida and Texas.
    The species of Persea grown for ornament will grow easily in any type of soil.
    They have large, leathery leaves,
    but if grown indoors, their leaves are much thinner
    and unless they are severely pruned back they'll grow on top of a tall, thin trunk.

    Persea americana, commonly known as the Avocado,
    can be grown outdoors only in the warmest parts of the U.S.,
    such as southern Florida, southern California, and the
    Rio Grande Valley of Texas.
The extent to which they are sensitive
to the cold varies between the different kinds.
Trees belonging to the West Indian variety are the most sensitive;
they are hurt if the temperature drops to 27 degrees and killed if it drops to 24 degrees.
The Guatemalan varieties will die if the temperature drops to 21 degrees
and certain Mexican varieties can stand temperatures as low as 18 degrees.

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Aztec's use of Avocado

The Aztec's would use Aguacate as an
against Dandruff,
Menstrual Cramps
and Hemorrhage,
Peritonitis (An inflammation of the peritoneum, the membrane that lines the wall of the abdomen and covers the organs.),
Intestinal Worms
and for Lice and Nits.

How the Aztecs would use the Avocado as an Aphrodisiac:
The Pulp of the Avocado is a magnificent aphrodisiac
as it enhances the tone of the sexual organs which in turn enhances sexual appetite.

For Dandruff and Scabs:
Grind the Avocado seed and mix with Castor Oil,
then with the paste rub well on the skin
likewise for the head but cover with plastic( Do Not Cover Nose or Mouth)
or flannel and leave on overnight and wash off the following morning.

For Menstrual cramps, Hemorrhage and Cough:
Drink one cup of 2 Avocado leaves boiled in 1/4 liter of water.

For Dysentery:
Grind Avocado seed into powder
then roast the powder
then take 1 gram of powder on an empty stomach.

For Rheumatic Pains and Gout:
Rub the affected part with a dry towel to activate circulation
then rub a little Avocado seed extract and cover with a flannel cloth.
The Extract is made by slicing 4 Avocado seeds into small pieces
and let macerate in alcohol for several days.

For Peritonitis:
Boil for 5 minutes in 2 liters of water,
1 Avocado seed cut into tiny pieces,
2 branches of Chamomile
and 1 Prickly Pear Cheese;  strain, 
and use as enema as hot as can be tolerated.

To get Rid of Intestinal Worms and Parasites:
Drink a 1 cup infusion made of the skin or rind of the Avocado
that has been left to soak in hot water for several minutes

To get rid of Lice and Nits:
Boil 5 Avocado seeds in 1/4 liter of water
that have been minced with 2   Rue 
wash hair with the liquid rubbing well
then cover head with towel and the lice will be removed.

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CAUTION: This presentation is not a guide to the identification of plants or their use as a substitute for standard medical treatments. Many plants with medicinal properties are also toxic and frequently FATAL if taken at incorrect dosages or if not prepared in a specific fashion. We do not advocate the consumption of reputed medicinal plant products without prior consultation with your physicianor other natural plant products professional. Consult Your Physician Before Using a Herbal Remedy!


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