Sunday, 3 March 2013
Chenopodium ambrosioides Dr. P.B. Kader
Desperate diseases must have desperate remedies
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
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