Wood Spider; Uses/ Indications, Dosage, Side Effects

Wood Spider

Wood Spider/Harpagophytum also called wood spider and most commonly devil’s claw is a genus of plants in the sesame family, native to southern Africa. Plants of the genus owe their common name “devil’s claw” to the peculiar appearance of their hooked fruit. Several species of North American plants in genus Proboscidea and certain species of Pisonia are however also known by this name. Devil’s claw’s tuberous roots are used in folk medicine to reduce pain. Devil’s Claw, is a Read More …

Harpagophytum, Uses/ Indications, Dosage, Side Effect

Harpagophytum

Harpagophytum also called wood spider and most commonly devil’s claw is a genus of plants in the sesame family, native to southern Africa. Plants of the genus owe their common name “devil’s claw” to the peculiar appearance of their hooked fruit. Several species of North American plants in genus Proboscidea and certain species of Pisonia are however also known by this name. Devil’s claw’s tuberous roots are used in folk medicine to reduce pain. Devil’s Claw, is a genus Read More …

Grapple Plant, Uses/ Indications, Dosage, Side Effect

Grapple Plant

Grapple Plant/Devil’s claw/Harpagophytum also called wood spider and most commonly devil’s claw is a genus of plants in the sesame family, native to southern Africa. Plants of the genus owe their common name “devil’s claw” to the peculiar appearance of their hooked fruit. Several species of North American plants in genus Proboscidea and certain species of Pisonia are however also known by this name. Devil’s claw’s tuberous roots are used in folk medicine to reduce pain. Devil’s Claw, is Read More …

Devil’s Claw; Uses, Dosage, Side Effects, Interactions

Devil's claw

Devil’s claw/Harpagophytum also called grapple plant, wood spider and most commonly devil’s claw is a genus of plants in the sesame family, native to southern Africa. Plants of the genus owe their common name “devil’s claw” to the peculiar appearance of their hooked fruit. Several species of North American plants in genus Proboscidea and certain species of Pisonia are however also known by this name. Devil’s claw’s tuberous roots are used in folk medicine to reduce pain. Devil’s Claw, is a Read More …

Meadowbloom, Uses/ Indications, Dosage, Side Effects

Meadowbloom

Meadowbloom/Ranunculus bulbosus commonly known as St. Anthony’s turnip[rx] or bulbous buttercup is a perennialGoldcup member of the buttercup family. It has attractive yellow flowers, and deeply divided, three-lobed long-petioled basal leaves. Bulbous buttercup is known to form tufts. Another name Bouton d’Or Bulbeux, Crowfoot, Cuckoo Buds, Frog foot, Frogwort, Goldcup, Hierba Velluda, King’s Cup, Meadowbloom, Pied-de-Coq, Pied-de-Corbin, Pilewort, Ranúnculo Bulboso, Ranunculus bulbosus, Rave de Saint-Antoine, Renoncule Bulbeuse, Read More …

King’s Cup, Uses/ Indications, Dosage, Side Effects

King's Cup

King’s Cup/Ranunculus bulbosus commonly known as St. Anthony’s turnip[rx] or bulbous buttercup is a perennialGoldcup member of the buttercup family. It has attractive yellow flowers, and deeply divided, three-lobed long-petioled basal leaves. Bulbous buttercup is known to form tufts. Another name Bouton d’Or Bulbeux, Crowfoot, Cuckoo Buds, Frog foot, Frogwort, Goldcup, Hierba Velluda, King’s Cup, Meadowbloom, Pied-de-Coq, Pied-de-Corbin, Pilewort, Ranúnculo Bulboso, Ranunculus bulbosus, Rave de Saint-Antoine, Renoncule Read More …

Hierba Velluda, Uses/ Indications, Dosage, Side Effects

Hierba Velluda

Hierba Velluda/Ranunculus bulbosus commonly known as St. Anthony’s turnip[rx] or bulbous buttercup is a perennialGoldcup member of the buttercup family. It has attractive yellow flowers, and deeply divided, three-lobed long-petioled basal leaves. Bulbous buttercup is known to form tufts. Another name Bouton d’Or Bulbeux, Crowfoot, Cuckoo Buds, Frog foot, Frogwort, Goldcup, Hierba Velluda, King’s Cup, Meadowbloom, Pied-de-Coq, Pied-de-Corbin, Pilewort, Ranúnculo Bulboso, Ranunculus bulbosus, Rave de Saint-Antoine, Renoncule Read More …

Goldcup, Uses/ Indications, Dosage, Side Effects

Goldcup

Goldcup/Ranunculus bulbosus commonly known as St. Anthony’s turnip[rx] or bulbous buttercup is a perennialGoldcup member of the buttercup family. It has attractive yellow flowers, and deeply divided, three-lobed long-petioled basal leaves. Bulbous buttercup is known to form tufts. Another name Bouton d’Or Bulbeux, Crowfoot, Cuckoo Buds, Frog foot, Frogwort, Goldcup, Hierba Velluda, King’s Cup, Meadowbloom, Pied-de-Coq, Pied-de-Corbin, Pilewort, Ranúnculo Bulboso, Ranunculus bulbosus, Rave de Saint-Antoine, Renoncule Bulbeuse, Read More …

Frogwort, Uses/ Indications, Dosage, Side Effects

Frogwort

Frogwort,/Ranunculus bulbosus commonly known as St. Anthony’s turnip[rx] or bulbous buttercup is a perennial member of the buttercup family. It has attractive yellow flowers, and deeply divided, three-lobed long-petioled basal leaves. Bulbous buttercup is known to form tufts. Another name Bouton d’Or Bulbeux, Crowfoot, Cuckoo Buds, Frog foot, Frogwort, Goldcup, Hierba Velluda, King’s Cup, Meadowbloom, Pied-de-Coq, Pied-de-Corbin, Pilewort, Ranúnculo Bulboso, Ranunculus bulbosus, Rave de Saint-Antoine, Renoncule Bulbeuse, Read More …

Frog Foot, Uses/ Indications, Dosage, Side Effects

Frog Foot/Ranunculus bulbosus commonly known as St. Anthony’s turnip[rx] or bulbous buttercup is a perennial member of the buttercup family. It has attractive yellow flowers, and deeply divided, three-lobed long-petioled basal leaves. Bulbous buttercup is known to form tufts. Another name Bouton d’Or Bulbeux, Crowfoot, Cuckoo Buds, Frog foot, Frogwort, Goldcup, Hierba Velluda, King’s Cup, Meadowbloom, Pied-de-Coq, Pied-de-Corbin, Pilewort, Ranúnculo Bulboso, Ranunculus bulbosus, Rave de Saint-Antoine, Renoncule Read More …

Crowfoot, Uses/ Indications, Dosage, Side Effects

Crowfoot

Crowfoot/Ranunculus bulbosus commonly known as St. Anthony’s turnip[rx] or bulbous buttercup is a perennial member of the buttercup family. It has attractive yellow flowers, and deeply divided, three-lobed long-petioled basal leaves. Bulbous buttercup is known to form tufts. Another name Bouton d’Or Bulbeux, Crowfoot, Cuckoo Buds, Frog foot, Frogwort, Goldcup, Hierba Velluda, King’s Cup, Meadowbloom, Pied-de-Coq, Pied-de-Corbin, Pilewort, Ranúnculo Bulboso, Ranunculus bulbosus, Rave de Saint-Antoine, Renoncule Bulbeuse, Read More …

Ranunculus Bulbosus, Uses/ Indications, Dosage, Side Effects

Ranunculus bulbosus

Ranunculus bulbosus commonly known as St. Anthony’s turnip[rx] or bulbous buttercup is a perennial member of the buttercup family. It has attractive yellow flowers, and deeply divided, three-lobed long-petioled basal leaves. Bulbous buttercup is known to form tufts. Another name Bouton d’Or Bulbeux, Crowfoot, Cuckoo Buds, Frog foot, Frogwort, Goldcup, Hierba Velluda, King’s Cup, Meadowbloom, Pied-de-Coq, Pied-de-Corbin, Pilewort, Ranúnculo Bulboso, Ranunculus bulbosus, Rave de Saint-Antoine, Renoncule Bulbeuse, Read More …

Water Flag; Uses/ Indications, Dosage, Side Effects

Water Flag

Water Flag/ Iris versicolor is also commonly known as the blue flag, harlequin blue flag, larger blue flag, northern blue flag,[rx] and poison flag, plus other variations of these names,[rx][rx] and in Britain and Ireland as the purple iris.[rx] It is a species of Iris native to North America, in the Eastern United States and Eastern Canada. It is common in sedge meadows, marshes, and along streambanks and shores. The specific epithet versicolor means “variously colored”.[rx] Another Name Clajeux, Iris, Read More …

Blue Flag; Uses/ Indications, Dosage, Side Effects

Blue Flag

Blue Flag/ Iris versicolor is also commonly known as the blue flag, harlequin blue flag, larger blue flag, northern blue flag,[rx] and poison flag, plus other variations of these names,[rx][rx] and in Britain and Ireland as the purple iris.[rx] It is a species of Iris native to North America, in the Eastern United States and Eastern Canada. It is common in sedge meadows, marshes, and along streambanks and shores. The specific epithet versicolor means “variously colored”.[rx] Another Name Clajeux, Iris, Read More …

Iris Versicolor; Uses/ Indications, Dosage, Side Effects

Iris versicolor

Iris versicolor is also commonly known as the blue flag, harlequin blue flag, larger blue flag, northern blue flag,[rx] and poison flag, plus other variations of these names,[rx][rx] and in Britain and Ireland as the purple iris.[rx] It is a species of Iris native to North America, in the Eastern United States and Eastern Canada. It is common in sedge meadows, marshes, and along streambanks and shores. The specific epithet versicolor means “variously colored”.[rx] Another Name Clajeux, Iris, Iris caroliniana, Read More …