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Medicinal herbs with B

Herbs (1) Benefits
(Scientific name) (2) Useful for
(Parts used) (3) Good for
(4) Active ingredients
(5) Side effects
Barberry (1) Decrease heart rate, slows breathing, , kills bacteria on the   skin and stimulates intestinal movement.
(Berberies vulgaris) (2) reduces bronchial constriction
(Bark, berries, roots) (3) Skin and digestion
(4) Berbamine, berberine, caffeic acid, sinapic acid.
Bayberry (1) Decongestant, astringent, aid circulation,
(Myrica cerifera) (2) Fever, circulatory   disorders, hypothyroidism and ulcers
Root bark (3) Eyes and immune system
(4) Gallic acid, myristic acid, phenol,
(5) Irritate sensitive stomach.
Bilberry (1) Antioxidant, diuretic, antiseptic for urinary tract,   antiaging, anticarcinogenic effects, Control insulin level, Supports and   strengthens collagen structures,
(Vacccinium myrtillus) (2) Hypoglycemia, inflammation, stress, anxiety, night blindness   and cataracts.
(Entire plant) (3) Keeps blood vessel flexible, allowing increased blood flow.Prevent macular degeneration.
(4) Anthocyanosides, catechin, ferulic acid, hyperoside, vanillic   acid
(5) Interferes with iron absorption. Should not be used by diabete   patients.
Birch (1) Diluretic, anti-inflammatory, pain reliever.
(Betula alba) (2) Joint pain and urinary tract infections, boils and   sores.
(Bark, leaves, sap.) (3) Joint
(4) Betulin, betulinic acid, hyperoside, quercetin   glycoside and methyl salicylate.
Black cohosh(Cimicifuga racemosa) (1) Lowers   blood pressure and cholesterol levels. Reduce mucus production, relieves   menopausal symptoms, menstrual cramps.
(Rhizomes, roots) (2)   Cardiovascular and circulatory disorders, arthritis.
(3) Aids for childbirth.
(4) Cimicifugin, formononetin, salicylic acid, vitamin B1,   B2, B3 and C.
Black wulnut (1) Laxative, aids digestion, may lower blood pressure and   cholesterol levels.
(Juglans nigra) (2) Bruising,   fugal infection, herpes, poison ivy.
(Husks, inner bark, (3) mouth   and throats sores, clean of some parasites
leaves nuts) (4)   Juglone, myricetin.
Blessed thistle (1) Stimulates the appetite and stomach secretions. Heals   liver.
(Cnicus benedictus) (2) Female   disorders and increases milk flow.
(flowers, leaves, stems) (3)  Improve circulation.
(4) luteolin,   oleanolic acid.
Blue cohosh (1) Eases Muscle spasms.
(Caulophyllum (2) Memory problems, menstrual disorders and nervous disorders.
 thalictroides) (3) NA
 (Roots) (4) Caulophyllosaponin, caulosaponin, hederagenin.
Boldo (1) Diuretic, laxative, antibiotic, liver tonic and   anti-inflammatory.
(Peumus boldus) (2) stimulate digestion.
(Leaves) (3) liver.
(4) boldin,   boldine, camphor, coumarin.
Boneset (1) Decongestant, laxative, anti-inflammatory and   diuretic.
(Eupatorium perfoliatum) (2) fever,   colds, flu, bronchitis, fever-induced aches and pains.
(Flower, petals, leaves) (3) Increases perspiration.
(4) Astragalin, gallic acid, eufoliatin, eufoliatorin.
(5) Do not use more than one week on a   daily basis.
Borage (1) Adrenla tonic and gland balancer.
(Borago officinalis) (2) NA
(Leaves and seeds) (3) Cardiovascular function and healthy skin and nails
(4) Silicic   acid. Minerals and essential fatty acids.
Boswellia (1) Anti-inflammatory, antiarthritic, antifugal and   antibacterial
(Boswellia serrata) (2) pain relief, lower cholesterol, arthritis, gout, low   back pain, obesity, diarrhea, dysentery.
Gum resin (3) liver, blood vessel
(4) boswellic acid, carvone, farnesol, geraniol
Buchu (1) diuretic,
(Barosma betulina) (2) inflammation, diabetes, digestive disorders, prostate   disorders.
(Leaves) (3) bladder, kidney
(4) quercetin, rutin
Burdock (1) Antioxidant, antibacterial and antifungal, aids   elimination of excess of fluid, uric acid, and toxins.
(Arctium lappa) (2) may help to protect against cancer,
(Plant, roots, seeds) (3) Purifies the blood and restore the liver and   gallbladder function, stimulates the digestive and immune systems. Skin and   hair.
(4) arctigenin, costic acid, inulin, isovaleric acid,   lauric acid.
(5) Interferes with iron absorption. Should be not used by   pregnant or breast-feeding women or the people with diabetes or those with   heart diseases or cardiovascular conditions.
Bucher’s broom (1) Reduce inflammation.
(Ruscus aculeatus) (2) inflammation. Carpal tunnel syndrome, circulatory   disorders,obesity, Raynaud,s phenomenon,
(Plant, roots and seeds) (3) Bladder and dkidney.
(4) neoruscogenin, rutin, saponin,

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