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Despite being considered a weed, this popular garden plantain has edible leaves and seeds.
It has many health benefits including: improved digestion, lower inflammation and enhancement of wound healing.
Plantain leaf is widely available as a food supplement, tea, and skin care products.
It is just a matter of reading, complying with laid down procedures and asking for clarifications on what and how to go about the healing process of it.
Provided below are the various ailments the plant cures:
1. Eases tough periods:
Working as an antispasmodic, it provides relief from painful period cramps and slows heavy bleeding.
2. Natural diurectic when ingested:
It is believed that plantain leaves enable frequent urination. This allows the body to eliminate toxins from the kidneys and bladders.
3. Digestion, heartburn and ulcers: when the leaves are used to make a tea or tincture, it is said to help with indigestion, heartburns and ulcers.
4. Heal wounds: The leaf of the plantain contains allatoin which has antibacterial properties. Therefore once the leaves are applied to wounds it kills the germs as well as bacteria.
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