Herb of the Day: Carrot ( Wild )

Carrot ( Wild )
( Daucus Carota )
Wild Carrot is found by the sides of fields and untilled places on the roadside, in the summer.
Aww, Nicholas Culpeper M.D. : the spirit of the great 16th century herbalist his caustic observations about the practices of his time, the values he placed on his herbs and their medicinal values.He writes about this herb, Carrots highly to break the wind, yet experience teacheth they breed it first, and we may thank nature for expelling it. I love his writings and how he loved his herbs.

The medicinal uses are: Carrotts are an important item in the deit of a cancer patients. Carrott juice should be taken. The wild carrot is rich in vitamins and carotene, from which the body manufactures vitamin A. The infusion of the herb is used in treatment for fluid retention. To relieve the colic, use 1 teaspoonful of the wild carrot seed make into powder, use 1 teaspoon to 1 cup hot water. And drink as a tea.
The flowers are dried and made into a tea to treat dropsy…
As always consult a doctor before self medicating ones self Herbs are medicine.


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