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Relieves and reduces nasal congestion.
Carpenter's Grass, Candlestick Senna, Jatoba, Passionflower.
Agent that soothes internal membranes.
Aloe vera, Annato, Lemon grass, Roselle.
Dengue fever and dengue hemorrhagic fever (DHF) are acute febrile diseases, found in the tropics and caused by four closely related virus serotypes. It is also known as breakbone fever.
The diagnosis of dengue is usually made clinically.
Cat's claws, Curcumin, Euphorbia, Guava, Papaya
(1. in physiology; decrease in function or activity. 2.in psychology: dejected state of mind with feelings of sadness, discouragement and hopelessness.)
Cleanse or purify the blood.
Piper marginatum, Annato, Billy Goat Weed, Bitter Melon, Candlestick Senna, Hard Stick, Periwinkle, Phyllanthus, Broomweed, Phyllanthus urinaria, Quassia, Sarsaparilla, Soursop, Verbena, Mahogany, Wild Tomato.
Acute or chronic inflammation of the skin, which becomes red and itchy, develops blisters or other eruptions.
Annato, Bitter Melon, Carapa, Cat's Claw, Copaiba, Eclipta, Guava, Lemongrass, Phyllanthus amarus, Phyllanthus urinaria, Portulaca, Sarsaparilla, Soursop, Verbena, Virola Surinamensis, Wild Tomato.
Promotes removal of toxins from system / organ.
Hard stick, Candlestick Senna, Cat's Claw, Guava, Hard Stick, Pau d'Arco, Periwinkle, Phyllanthus urinaria, Phyllanthus, Sarsaparilla, Soursop, Verbena, Sweet Broom.
1. Diabetes insipidus = uncommon metabolic disorder.
2. Diabetes mellitus = complex and chronic disorder of metabolism due either to partial or total lack of insulin secretion by the pancreas or the inability of insulin to function normally in the body.
Abuta, Annato, Banaba, Billy Goat Weed, Bitter Melon, Cat's Claw, Embauba, Guava, Holy Basil, Indian jujube, Jamun, Kapok Tree, Kumis kucing, Malay apple, Neem, Noni, Pau d'Arco, Periwinkle (Vinca), Phyllanthus amarus, Phyllanthus urinaria, Quassia, Sarsaparilla, Sesamum indicum, Star Apple, Sweet Broom, Wild Tomato.
Induces increased prespiration.
Ageratum, Candlestick Senna, Cayenne Pepper, Cymbopogon citratus, Cyperus Rotundus, Periwinkle (Vinca), Quassia, Sarsaparilla, Simaruba, Soursop, Verbena, Wormseed.
Frequent passage of loose, watery stools, sometimes accompanied by nausea, vomiting, abdominal cramps and feelings of malaise and weakness.
Abuta, Acerola, Arrowroot, Waltheria americana, Jak fruit, Cashew apple, Coffee plum, Rambutan, Inga, Sacred lotus, Shiny bush, Ageratum, Candlestick Senna, Waltheria Americana, Cyperus Rotundus, Barbados Cherry, Mountain Apple, Mahogany, Matico, Copaiba, Guava, Hard Stick, Jatoba, Syzygium cumini, Phyllanthus urinaria, Kapok Tree, Mango, Papaya, Passionflower, Periwinkle, Phyllantus, Quassia, Simaruba, Bell Apple, Tamarindus Indica, Soursop, Sweet Broom, Verbena, Spondias Mombin, Wild Tomato, Wormseed, Sugar apple.
Stimulates, promotes or assists digestion.
Aloe, Cayenne Pepper, Galanga, Guava, Hard Stick, Morinda citrifolia, Papaya, Peppermint, Phyllanthus amarus, Phyllanthus urinaria, Pistacia vera, Quassia, Sweet orange peel.
See Digestive support.
Abuta, Cat's Claw, Clavo huasca, Guava, Jatoba, Matico, Papaya, Pau d'Arco, Phyllanthus amarus, Phyllanthus urinaria, Quassia, Sarsaparilla, Soursop, Verbena.
Serious bacterial infection, usually affecting mucous membranes of nose and throat.
To kill germs that may cause infection.
Copaiba, Lemongrass, Passionflower, Wild Tomato.
Abuta, Amaranthus tricolor, Annato, Candlestick Senna, Cat's Claw, Cacao, Copaiba, Cyperus Rotundus, Elaeis guineensis, Hard Stick, Hamelia patens, Jatoba, Kumis kucing, Luffa cylindrica, Mimosa pudica Morinda citrifolia, Mountain Apple, Passionflower, Phyllanthus amarus, Phyllanthus urinaria, Ridged luffa, Roselle, Sarsaparilla, Star Apple, Sweet Broom, Tropical Almond, Velvet Bean, Vinca, Wild Tomato, Wormseed.
Abnormal collection of fluid in spaces between cells.
Abuta, Mango, Cordia, Phyllanthus, Phyllanthus urinaria, Velvet Bean, Castor Bean, Verbena.
Bitter Melon, Cat's Claw, Kapok Tree, Mango, Passionflower, Phyllanthus, Phyllanthus urinaria, Sweet Broom, Trumpet Tree, Verbena.
Intestinal inflammation caused by bacteria, protozoa, parasites or chemical irritants, marked by abdominal pain, frequent bloody stools and rectal spasms.
Abuta, Acerola, Annato, Annona squamosa, Bitter Melon, Cat's Claw, Candlestick Senna, Cyperus Rotundus, Eclipta alba, Eggplant, Euphorbia hirta, Guava, Hard Stick, Jatoba, Kapok tree, Lantana Camara, Long John, Mahogany, Mango, Matico, Mountain Apple, Nephelium lappaceum, Papaya, Pau d'Arco, Phyllanthus amarus, Phyllanthus urinaria, Quassia, Simaruba, Soursop, Star apple, Sweet Broom, Syzygium cumini, Tropical Almond, Verbena, Wormseed, .
Stomach upset; marked by vague discomfort, heartburn or nausea.
Abuta, Ageratum, Bitter Melon, Clavo huasca, Guava, Hibuscus sabdariffa, Jatoba, Papaya, Phyllanthus amarus, Phyllanthus urinaria, Piper aduncum, Quassia, Simaruba, Soursop, Sweet orange, Verbena, Virola Surinamensis.
Pain in the ear.
Hymeneae courbaril, Bitter Melon, Sweet Broom, Wild Tomato.
Four of the five known ebolaviruses cause a severe and often fatal hemorrhagic fever in humans and other mammals.
The natural reservoir of the virus is believed to be fruit bats, and it is primarily transmitted between humans and from animals to humans through body fluids.
Inflammation of the skin that usually produces itching and the development of small blisterlike formations.
Bitter Melon, Candlestick Senna, Carica papaya, Lemongrass, Pau d'Arco, Periwinkle, Possum Wood, Sarsaparilla, Theobroma cacao, Simaruba, Soursop, Sweet Broom, Verbena.
Excessive build up of fluid in body tissues or an increase in tissue mass.
The swelling can be general or limited to a part of the body.
Black sage, Cakebush, Castor Bean, Cordia, Phyllanthus amarus, Phyllanthus urinaria, Roselle.
Substance that induces vomiting.
Stimulates, initiates and/or promotes menstrual flow.
Abuta, Cyperus Rotundus, Embauba, Epazote, Gossypium, Guava, Papaya, Phyllanthus amarus, Phyllanthus urinaria, Simaruba, Sweet Broom, Theobroma cacao, Tonka beans, Verbena, Vinca.
Soothes or softens the skin.
Annato, Carapa, Copaiba, Sweet Broom.
Abnormal condition of the lungs in which there is overinflation of the air sacs.
Jatoba, Trumpet Tree.
Infection inner lining of the heart chambers and valves (endocardium).
Painful disorder when tissue that normally lines the inside of the uterus (endometrium) grows outside the uterus.
Abuta, Cat's claw, Gossypium, Mullaca
inflammation of the small intestine, most commonly caused by food or drink.
Cat's Claw, Curcumin forte, Ginger, Papaya, Picão preto.
Neurological disorder characterized by abnormal behaviour and/or convulsive seizures.
Spondias mombin, Abuta, Billy goat weed, Annato, Guava, Maracuja, Hard Stick.
Epstein Barr Syndrome:
Inability to achieve or sustain an erection for sexual intercourse.
Dobrudua, Fingerroot, Green coffee beans.
Acute skin disease caused by infection with bacteria of streptococcus; characterized by redness, swelling, fever, pain and skin lesions.
Abuta, Annato, Verbena.
Increases bronchial mucous secretion by promoting expectoration of the sticky mucus and its expulsion from the body.
Abuta, Annato, Billy Goat weed, Copaiba, Passiflora foetida, Jatoba, Mango, Cayenne Pepper, Sweet Broom, Wild Tomato.
Extrapyramidal side effects (EPSE):
Serious side-effects of antipsychotic and other drugs.
Waltheria americana, Spondias Mombin, Shiny bush, Vinca minor, Vinca major.
1. Exhaustion, weariness, loss of strength, resulting from hard or prolonged mental or physical work.
2. Temporary inability of tissues to respond to stimuli.
Cat's Claw, Waltheria americana, Jatoba, Simaruba, Wormseed.
Fatty liver (hepatic steatosis), the buildup of fat in the liver; excess fat in the liver can cause inflammation.
Curcumin forte, Eclipta Ginger, Phyllanthus amarus.
Reduces high body temperatures.
Abuta, Ageratum, Annato, Barbados Cherry, Bell Apple, Bitter Melon, Candlestick senna, Carapa, Carica papaya, Cedrela Odorata, Guava, Holy Basil, Kapok tree, Lantana Camara, Mahogany, Mango, Pao pereira, Pau d'Arco, Periwinkle, Phyllanthus amarus, Phyllanthus urinaria, Physalis Angulata, Quassia, Rambutan, Sarsaparilla, Scoparia Dulcis, Simaruba, Soursop, Star Apple, Syzygium Cumini, Tamarindus indica, Verbena.
ADJ. pert. to the sex that bears young (compare male). n. woman or girl.
Rise in the temperature of the body. Normal body temperature is 98.6° F. (37.0° C.) taken orally, somewhat higher rectally. A rise in temperature can sometimes be caused by severe stress, strenuous exercise or dehydration, but fever is most often a sign of infection or other disease.
Anonna Muricata, Areca catechu, Bell Apple, Bixa orellana, Cedrela Odorata, Cyperus Rotundus Hibuscus sabdariffa, Holy Basil, Indian jujube, Jak fruit, Kapok Tree, Lantana Camara, Lemongrass, Physalis Angulata, Quassia Amara, Sacred lotus, Scoparia Dulcis, Shiny bush, Simaruba Officinalis, Swietenia Mahogany, Syzygium cumini, .
Muscular tumors growing in the wall of the uterus (womb). They are almost always benign (not cancerous).
Abuta, Aligator pepper.
Large number of disorders marked by local inflammation of muscle and connective tissue, stifness and joint or muscle pain; may result from infection, trauma or other cause.
Disease, largely of the tropics, caused by filariae (long,threadlike worms) that enter the body through mosquito bites and infest primarily lymph glands and vessels. Symptoms include blockage of the lymph vessels and resultant swelling and pain in the limb distal to the blockage, which over many years, may lead to elephantiasis. Treatment is by anthelmintics.
Areca catechu, Broomweed, Gossypium barbadense, Mimosa.
Flatulence: accumulation of gas in the alimentary canal; commonly known as "passing wind", or "farting".
Fingerroot, Gotu kola.
Break of a bone.
Inflammatory condition caused by a fungus; s.a. candidiasis, tinea (ring - worm), coccid - ioidomycocis.
Candlestick Senna, Cat's Claw, Chenopodium ambrosioides, Curcumin, Eclipta, Fingerroot, Garlic, Jatoba, Kalanchoe, Lemongrass, Mango, Matico, Papaya, Pau d'Arco, Quassia, Tropical almond, Virola surinamensis, Wild sage.
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