A SELECTION OF MEDICINAL HERBS – LATEST RESEARCH FINDINGS (MIDDLE AGE)

The medicinal use of Petasites goes back to the Middle Ages, or even earlier. The more we study the plant the more impressed we become with its good effects on a whole range of complaints, and the therapeutic spectrum of its active substances.

Petasites has a wide range of applications as an analgesic (a pain-relieving drug) and excellent results have been reported in connection with its use for headaches, migraines, menstrual cramps, toothache, painful wounds and many other aches and pains. This remedy provides temporary or complete relief from pain, and has also been known to cure the underlying problem.

Considering the fact that many people swallow chemical analgesics almost without thinking and become dependent upon them, it is understandable that doctors and patients alike appreciate the availability of a nontoxic and nonaddictive pain-killer.

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