How to Use Buckwheat and its extracts?
- Basic Botanical Info.
- Botanical Description.
- Phytochemicals and Constituents.
- Beneficial Nutrients and Phytochemicals.
- Medicinal Action and Uses:Astringent, acrid.
- History of Buckwheat.
- Buckwheat classification.
- Buckweet Commodities.
- Other Species and Buckwheat Family.
- Research Update:Polygonum fagopyrum.
Medicinal Action and Uses:Astringent, acrid.:
An infusion of the herb has been used in erysipelas, and a poultice made of the flour and buttermilk for restoring the flow of milk in nurses.
The breakfast cakes are very heating, and in many people cause severe itching, (The Buckwheat used in America to-day is so refined that these symptoms are not liable to occur. - EDITOR.) felt chiefly after removing the clothing at night, with an eruption of vesicles. The faeces may become so glutinous that expulsion is difficult.
- 1.How to Use Buckwheat and its extracts?
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