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…During the 1700s and 1800s in North America, Coptis Root was known as the “King of the Herbs”. It was the Native American Indians who taught the early settlers the use of Coptis Root for the treatment of canker sores, poor digestion, mouth sores, and infections. The Mohawk Indians also used Coptis Root in combination with the sap of white ash for the treatment of deafness. Since the demand for Coptis Root was great, its supply became scarce,…

…partial thickness burn wounds and it also has immuno-modulatory effects. Propolis Resin has also been shown to have antimicrobial properties due to which it is extremely useful for oral diseases and problems such as canker sores. Propolis Resin is an antitumor agent as well and its use inhibits tumorigenesis. Another cure with Propolis Resin includes cervicitis. Apart from chewing gums it is also used in the form of car waxes and polishes. The…

…cures for gout, kidney stones and many liver problems. The leaves are utilized in the creation of different mouthwashes and cleansing medicines, such as for sore throats and canker sores. The flowers themselves offer an anti-spasmodic effect, helping give relief from chronic coughing, sore throats, and asthma. It is often suggested for any respiratory disorder. With the popularity of these herbs growing fast, scientific tests and medical research…

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