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(Anthemis Nobilis, Aster Family)
Medical Part—The flowers.
Description—This is a perennial herb with a strong fibrous! root. The stems in a wild state are prostrate, but in gardens more upright, about a span long, round, hollow, furrowed, and downy; the leaves pale green, pinnate. sessile, with thread shaped leaflets. The flower-heads terminal, rather larger than the daisy, and of yellow color, or whitish.
Chamomile is indigenous to Southern Europe; we have also a common or wild Chamomile (iatridaria Chamomile) growing in the United States, but it is not considered as good as the German Chamomile for medicinal purposes, which is the kind I use. The white flowers are the best; they have an aromatic, agreeably bitter taste, and Peculiar odor. They yield their properties to alcohol and water.
Properties and Uses—Chamomile Is a tonic; one or two teacupfuls of the warm infusion will usually vomit. The cold infusion is highly useful in dyspepsia, and in all cases of weak or irritable stomachs, also in intermittent and typhoid fevers. The oil is carminative and antispasmodic, and is used In flatulency, colic, cramp in the stomach hysteria, nervous diseases, and • painful menstruation, debility, exhaustion, dyspepsia, gout, amenorrhoea, hysteria, scrofula, interanittents, worms and diaorrhoea.
Common Name—Meadow Sweet.
Part Used—The ,root and leaves.
Description—Sereep/ebush is a shrub 2 to 3 feet high, leaves alternate, lanceolate. toothed, dark green above, rusty white beneath; Rowers In spikes small, Purplish pink turning to a rusty color in the fall.
Properties—Steen/Moue’ Is -useful as an astringent. tonic, in diarrhoea, hemorrhages, gonorrhoea., ulcers, etc.
Common Names—Indian Elm. Moose Elm, Rock Elm.
Parts Used—Inner bark.
Description-;–A commonly slim and characteristically rough tree, rough in bark and leaf, 40-50 and rarely 70 feet high, with a trunk diameter of 1-4 feet. Bark dark brown, dep/y furrowed perPendieularly, very rough-scaly., the under layers ruddy brown, the innermost layer next to the wood buff white, aromatic, and very Mucilaginous, used medecinally for its demulcent quality. The twigs rough, grayish, hairy. The leaves are extremely rough above, deep yellowish olive-green, lighter and sometimes a rusty-downy beneath. flowering in March and Apra. Fruit nearly round in outline, winged, without hairy fringe, ripening in spring, at Intervals of 2-4 years.
Properties–Slippery Elm is demulcent, emollient, nutritive, Useful internally for dysentery, diarrhoea, diseases of the urinary passages, bronchitis. Externally as a poultice for Inflammations, boils, etc., and in rectal and vaginal suppositories.