DOLICHOS PRURIENS, MUCUNA PRURIENS

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REMEDY OF THE DAY: DOLICHOS PRURIENS, MUCUNA PRURIENS
Velvet bean, Cowhage. Cow-itch. Nescaf├â┬®, Kratzbohnen,
Kapikachu, konch, yerepe (yoruba) atmagupta, frijol terciopelo,
chiporazo, chiporro, ojo de buey, ojo de venado, fogarote, pica pica, pica
Grows in Africa, India, and Central America.
…known by this names the tincture is made of all plant.
Historically Mucuna has been used as an aphrodisiac plant, because
its property to induct dopamina.
Worse, at night, scratching, ritht side remedy.
In India used for parkinson, in Guatemala cooked as a vegetable,
is considered diuretic, nerve tonic and aphrodisiac. Externally
it is applied to ulcers, allso has antioxidant properties.
Dr. Vladishau Ivantosov M.D. (russian) used it homeopatically
in cirrhosis of liver with unbearable itching. He stated that
accumulation of cholic acides in the skin layers, provoking skin
itching (cholestipol the intestinal sequestant of cholic acids.)
cures chronic affection of liver (hepatitis, cirrhosis)
skin itching due to liver disease.
The plant is right sided remedy with skin itching without swelling
or rash

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