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Sunday, 3 March 2013

Chenopodium ambrosioides Dr. P.B. Kader

Desperate diseases must have desperate remedies

Chenopodium ambrosioides

Jerusalem oak, jesuit's tea, mexican tea, dysphania ambrosioides

Plant contains colorless chenopodium oil from seeds, terpenes; bitter and pungent taste, perennial plant. 1meter height

This is toxic medicine against worms. 

Take liquid diet in evening meal. Take 5 to 15 drops in morning without breakfast in three-divided dose in one-hour interval. Take 12 drops of castor oil after it. 

It is remedy in dysmenorrhoea, right sided hemiplegia, syncope, and Meniere’s disease.

Medicines sometimes cures, often relives, but always consoles

This information is for educational and research purposes only

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