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If you've been exposed to vapors or fumes emitted from new plastics in cars, carpets, paints and the like, Vapornil is a good natural choice to help your body naturally cope with the effects.
It's a concentrated water extract of wild North American Eupatorium fistulosum (Queen of the Meadow).
Home Remedies Using Queen of the Meadow Extract (same as PRL’s Vapornil)
Benefits of Queen of the Meadow Extract
The largest and most widely known benefit of this herb is as an aspirin like effect. Because of its natural make up, the extract works much like aspirin and can relieve pain as well as provides relief from colds, aching joints, fevers and can be used to treat a headache. It is also an anti inflammatory and can reduce inflammation throughout the body.
It is often used as an alternative for medications for the treatment of rheumatic pains and arthritis. It also reduces muscle aches and joint pain. While it does not heal the underlying cause, it can be used as a pain reliever.
In addition to this, there is some use of Queen of the Meadow extracts as a tool for reducing acidity in the body and reducing heartburn. It can work to heal inflammation occurring in the digestive tract and will help to stimulate and build the tissues there. It can work to stop pain and suffering without the negative side effects of aspirin, such as the gastric ulceration and bleeding that often occurs in people if they have taken aspirin too much.
It works as an antiseptic. It is also an ideal tool for the treatment of edema.
All parts of this perennial plant were used in various herbal preparations. American Indians made root and leaf teas and decoctions to treat gout and kidney infections as well as rheumatism. These teas also were used as a diuretic and to relieve bladder complaints.
In addition, they served to treat fevers, colds, diarrhea, and liver ailments. The Ojibwa washed their children with a strong decoction of this plant to strengthen them and prevent illness. The Potawatomi used the leaves as a poultice on burns and the root medicine to clear and tone the uterus after childbirth. The flowers were considered a good-luck talisman.
The Meskwaki used this plant as one of their love medicines.
Herbalists today use these herbs (both species) to treat colds, fevers, and support the immune system. The whole plant is considered a tonic, and the roots provide a laxative.
Cautions: Do not use while pregnant; at any time, use these plants only with a specialist's supervision.
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Queen of the Meadow heals soreness of womb and abdomen after childbirth. Also good for kidneys. Steep well three roots in four quarts of water. Drink a lot anytime until soreness goes away.
- Elijah David, Seneca herbalist, Tonawanda Reserve, 1912 Side
Effects of Queen of the Meadow Extract
Queen of the meadow extracts are effective, when used properly. Those who are allergic to aspirin should not take this extract. In some cases, those under the age of 16 should not take this supplement.
We recommend you contact your health practitioner for best results.
General Guidelines: Take approximately 15-30 drops in a 1/4 glass of water after each meal, 3 times daily.
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