Chrysantemum use for relieve colds, headaches, and more
Chrysantemum is an erect, hairy, whitish herb. It is a perennial, aromatic plant which grows to about 60 cm high. The leaves are sharply toothed, ovate- oblong, with 2 or 3 lobes on each side. Flowers are borne in white, purple, yellow and other coloured heads. The disc florets are numerous. The fruit is very small, somewhat compressed and grooved. This plant is widely cultivated for ornamental purposes.
* Relieves colds, headaches, and inflamed respiratory tracts.
* Can be used for bronchitis, whooping cough, boils, accumulation of pus in tissues, swelling and rheumatism.
* For the treatment of intermittent fevers, hysteria, and painful menstrual flow.
* For hypertension.
* To expel gases, flatulence, and griping pains from stomach and bowel.
* As a sedative.
* Gives tone and vitality to the body.
* Against fungal infection.
* For abdominal pains.
HOW TO USE:
* The decoction of the whole plant is recommended to relieve colds, headaches, inflamed respiratory tracts and also for bronchitis, whooping cough, boils, accumulation of pus, swellings and rheumatism.
* The infusion of the flowers is good for intermittent fevers, hysteria, and painful menstrual flow.
* The tea made from the flowers expels gases, flatulence, pain in the stomach and bowels; also acts as a sedative and tonic.
* The oil is applied locally in fungal infected areas, and also for abdominal pains.
The whole plant.
Normal Dosage For:
Adults: 4 or 5 cups a day.
Aged 6 to 9 years: 2 cups a day
Aged 2 to 5 years: 1 cup a day
1 to 2 years: 1/2 cup a day
Below 1 year: 1/4 or less cup a day
A Useful Table for Quick Measurements:
1 tbsp = 5 grams (green herb)
1 dessertspoon = 2 grams (dry herb)
1 teaspoon = 25 drops
1 cup = 16 tbsp
1 litre = 7 or 8 cups