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Botanic Name: Peumus boldo
Name: Boldo, Boldu, Boldus
On dry sunny slopes in lightly
wooded country in Chile.
Constituents: Volatile oils, Alkaloids
(including boldine) Glycosides (boldoglucin)and Resin Tannins
Actions: Cholagogue, Hepatic, Bitter, Analgesic, Urinary antiseptic,
Applications: Gallstones, Gall-bladder infection ,
Billiary colic, Hepatic related pain, Urinary infections, Cystitis, Visceral
pain due to problems in liver or gall-bladder, Rheumatic conditions, Body
Systems, Digestive, (accessory organs of digestion), Urinary Infections,
Combinations Gall Bladder and Liver Chionanthus virginicus, Berberis
A low dosage herb thus care must be taken when
Gallstones with pain.
Aztec Use of Boldo
Drink 3 glasses a
day, 1 in the morning, 1 at lunch and 1 before bedtime of a mixture made of 5
grams of Boldo to 1 liter of water.
For Gall Stones: Drink 4 cups a
day before meals of a boiled mixture of 2 fingers worth of Boldo, 1 gram of Resurrection fern, 1 small branch of Wormwood
and 1 leaf of Chinese Radish to 1 liter of water.
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