Biofeedback Amazonian Herbs: Even before the miracle of science happened in the medical and medicine field, people used to treat their diseases by consuming natural herbs. Amazonian Medicine is an ancient medical system that dates back at least 3000 years. Amazonian Medicine has a lot of anecdotal and recorded evidence that it can be used to treat some of the world’s most significant chronic ailments, especially autoimmunity. As of today’s date, around 25% of all medications in Western modern medicine are derived from rainforest plants. That’s a remarkable figure, especially considering that only about 5% of Amazon plant species have been examined for their therapeutic potential.
This article will focus on some of the amazonian herbs. These are incorporated in the Amazon Herbs Biofeedback Program. Through that, one can receive the energetic frequencies of these items and see which one is beneficial at this time.
Abuta- Abuta is 30-centimeter-long woody leaves. We get incredible grape-sized berries. It belongs to the Cissampelos genus, which has thirty to forty species throughout the tropics. The Abuta vine is stiff and blackish-brown in color, with a waxy gloss when freshly cut.
Abuta is known as the midwives’ herb across South America. It is generously used for treating menstrual cramps and pre-and postnatal pain, excessive menstrual bleeding, and uterine hemorrhaging. Abuta can also help to improve poor digestion, drowsiness after meals, and constipation. It is also believed to balance blood sugar level.
Canellila -Canellila is a medicinal plant that is commonly used to treat ovarian cysts in women and is also thought to be one of the medicinal plants that can help in conception.
Chanca Piedra– Chanca Piedra is a stone breaker. It is a common herbal folk treatment for kidney stones. The herb is supposed to aid in the prevention of calcium-oxalate stones. It’s also thought to make existing stones smaller.
Cola De Raton- It promotes digestive system .
Cordoncillo– Cordoncillo has a long history of application, including wound disinfection, respiratory sickness treatment, blood hemorrhage treatment, and gallstone treatment. The plant has been used as a hemostatic (to control/stop bleeding) and an astringent for cuts since the 1800s.
Desmodium– Desmodium is a tropical seed that promotes healthy liver and lungs.
Lapacho– The inner bark of the pau d’arco tree, Handroanthus impetiginous, is used to make lapacho or taheebo, a herbal tea. Several South and Central American indigenous peoples employ lapacho in their herbal medicine to treat a variety of diseases, including infection, fever, and stomach issues. This plays an important role in cellular healing.
Lucraco – Lucraco is a wild plant that thrives in Peru’s coastal desert. Lucraco has traditionally been utilized for urinary tract nutritional support as well as prostate gland maintenance.
Paw Paw– The American pawpaw is a type of plant. Medicine is made from bark, leaf, and seed.
Fever, vomiting, and pain and swelling (inflammation) of the mouth and throat are all treated with American pawpaw in homeopathy. Chemicals in American pawpaw may have anti-cancer properties in certain lung and breast malignancies.
Pusangade Motello– It’s consumed to ease anxiety and has a soothing impact on the user, making it an excellent alternative to psychotropic drugs manufactured in a therapeutic setting.
Sangre De Drago – Sangre de Grado is an Amazonian herbal medication, used to cure ulcers in the stomach, as well as gastritis, diarrhea, skin infections, and insect bites. This is mostly used to boost tissue and skin cell regeneration function.
Shapumvilla– This is very helpful to stop bleeding immediately if you cut yourself.
Sodo– Sodo is useful for controlling addiction.
Suma– Suma is Brazilian Ginseng. This is known for healing tonic energizers. Suma is also used as a tonic to restore physical function and as an aphrodisiac to heighten sexual pleasure. It also helps to prevent cancer and tumors, diabetes, etc.
Tawari Tree Bark– Tawari is a vegetable medicine that is used all over the world. It’s an astringent, anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, fungicide, and aperient in South America, and it’s also used to treat ulcers, syphilis, gastrointestinal diseases, candidoses, cancer, diabetes, prostate blockages, and allergies.
Wasai– The root of the Wasai tree is commonly liquidized and prescribed as a diuretic since it is good for renal health.
Are you interested in seeing which herbs are currently resonating with you? Try our Biofeedback Amazonian Herbs Panel. Click here to access the list of items that are included in this panel.