Pellitory roots


Pellitory Root (Akarkara)
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Each stem bears a 1-cm wide flower. The bracts are fused. The pellitory roots exporter florets are white and tinged purple beneath. The disc florets are pointed. The fruit has transparent wings.

Pellitory is a perennial grass plant whose thickened, hollow stems grow a short distance along the ground before turning upward. The plant grows to about 45 cm high and has tough double-pinnate leaves. The pellitory roots exporter is almost cylindrical, easily twisted, tapered, and crowned with a tuft of gray hair. The outside is brown and fissured

Pellitory is a little known remedy for mouth, gum and throat conditions. It is native to the Mediterranean but also grows in North Africa, Spain, and the Mideast. Some varieties are often seen cultivated in rock gardens. The plant looks similar to chamomile but with flowers that look more like daisies.

Only the pellitory root is used for medicinal purposes. This root contains resin, anacyline, the pellitory roots supplier inulin, essential oil and tannins and is known mostly for the pellitory root tonic remedies that are made with it.

Pellitory root tonic remedies are a common Ayurvedic remedy for paralysis and epilepsy in North Africa, pellitory roots exporter . It can be used for almost any type of mouth, gum and throat condition. The pellitory root can be chewed on to soothe dry mouth and throat by increasing saliva and it relieves gum inflammations by improving blood flow. The pellitory roots exporter can be used as a toothache cure that will help increase circulation and reduce gum inflammation. Another little known use for pellitory is to aid in digestion. It is believed that the increase in saliva that the root causes helps to activate sluggish digestion making it useful for mild constipation.

A dental compress can be made for toothaches by soaking a cotton ball in a pellitory roots exporter tincture and then placing the cotton ball between the cheek and gum next to the aching tooth. Lozenges were once made from pellitory root because of the increase in saliva flow to relieve dry mouth and throat. These seem to be very difficult to find today and therefore are not used much. Pellitory can be used as a Neuralgia remedy also. Chew on a piece of fresh or dried root every day to reduce palsy and paralysis of the face and tongue and ease muscle pain in the face and head.

here are not known active principles in Spreading Pellitory. Some research is needed for identification of its active constituents.Spreading Pellitory has been used in following diseases:

Solid concretion in kidneys is called kidney stone. Excessive intake of calcium, vitamin C and electrolytes pellitory roots supplier and export are predicted main causes of kidney stone. Spreading Pellitory inhibits stone formation. However, reason behind its action is unknown and a subject of research. Yet, it has diuretic effects and soothes the kidney. Spreading Pellitory strengthens kidneys and restores normal functions of kidneys.