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Cure Yourself with Ancient Aztec Herb and Plant Remedies

Pecan Tree - Nogal
(Carya illinoensis, Koch)



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The pecan belongs to the Juglandaceae family, along with the hickories and black walnuts, but in a separate genus.

The pecan tree is a large North American tree that bears sweet edible nuts. The nuts range from 1 to 2.5 inches in length and are deep brown in color. A pecan tree usually ranges from 70 to 100 feet in height, but can grow as tall as 170 feet.   In addition to the nuts, pecan trees yield strong hard timber used in flooring and furniture.

The pecan (Carya illinoensis, Koch) is native to the Americas and naturally distributed in the Mississippi Valley and the river valleys of Texas.   The Indians introduced pecans to the white man by trading for tools and trinkets.  In this way, the traders moved the pecan from its native range to the eastern states.

Several studies on nuts, including pecans, have shown that blood cholesterol levels can be lowered when nuts are incorporated into the diet.  Pecans actually contain plant components with antioxidant properties, which can slow the oxidation or "rusting" of LDL (low-density lipoproteins), otherwise known as bad cholesterol.  University research has confirmed that pecans also contain plant sterols, which have been in the news recently for their cholesterol-lowering ability.

Just one ounce of pecans (a small handful or about 15 halves) has more zinc-an important nutrient for proper growth and strong immunity-than a 3.5-ounce piece of skinless chicken.  Most good sources of zinc are foods of animal origin, but pecans happen to be a plant-based source.

Over half the fat (56 percent) found in pecans is mono unsaturated fat and another 29 percent is polyunsaturated fat.  This means that almost 90 percent of the fats (oils) in pecans are heart-healthy!


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Nogal Properties Favored by Aztec's
The word "Nogal" refers to the Tree and it's Leaves


    Purifies the Blood,
    Relieves Diarrhea,
    Fights Anemia,
    Gives the Body More Energy,
    Cures Conjunctivitis and Tonsillitis,
    Darkens and Favors the Growth of Hair.



Aztec's Method of Use


  1. (For Blood Purification)  Drink 3 cups a day of the boiled mixture consisting of 200 grams of Fresh Nogal Leaves to 1 litter of water, wait a few hours(2)after meals. Do this for 5 or 6 days.
  2. For Conjunctivitis and Tonsillitis:  Apply the same mixture described above but in the form of eye drops in the first case and as a gargle in the second.
  3. To Darken and Favor the Growth of Hair:  Macerate 200 grams of Green Pecan Nuts in 1 liter of pure alcohol then rub the mixture
    on hair area;  best when hair has been washed before treatment.



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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 physician or other natural plant products professional. Consult Your Physician Before Using a Herbal Remedy!

                 



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