Botanical Name: Chamaelirium luteum..
Family Name: Liliaceae.
Parts Used: Root.
Uses: Diuretic, Emetic, vermifuge, tonic. In heavy doses a cardiac poison. It is more useful in disorders of the female reproductive organs. The sign for its main use is a dragging feeling in the high lower abdomen. False Unicorn is also useful in weakness, use for the liver and kidney diseases use as a tonic in genito-urinary irritability or weakness.
Habitat: The False Unicorn is mostly found in low moist soil in east of the flowering and Mississippi.
Botanical Name: Foeniculum vulgare.
Family Name: Umbelliferae.
Part Used: roots, seeds, leaves.
Habitat: Fennel, umbelliferous herb, hardy, perennial, with yellow colors flowers and soft leaves, grows most parts in the wild of Europe temperate. Fennel has followed evolution, especially where Italians have settled, and may be occurs growing wild in almost parts of the world upon dried out soils near of the sea coast and upon banks of river.
Medicinal Action and
Uses: On explanation of Fennel carminative and aromatic properties, the fruit of Fennel is mainly used medical purpose with purgatives to calm to their griping tendency and for this purpose types Liquorice Powder is one of the ingredients of the Fennel which is well-known compound.
Botanical Name : Foenum-graecum.
Indian: methi, methe, mayti.
Family Name: Leguminosae.
Parts Used: Seeds.
Habitat: Native to the countries on the eastern sides of the Mediterranean. Basically found in Egypt, India, Morocco, Africa, and infrequently in England.
Medicinal Uses: In Cairo Fenugreek is used in the name of Helba. It is useful in different disease in preventing of fevers; has been used for diabetes and is comforting to the stomach disease.
Botanical Name: Chrysanthemum Parthenium.
Family Name: Compositae.
Parts Used: Herb.
Uses: Carminative, Aperients and bitter. As a refreshment tonic Feverfew is most useful for an emmenagogue.
It is also used in nervousness, hysterical complaints and lowness of spirits, and used as a general tonic.
it is used as a folk medicine for European country as a remedy for arthritis, fevers and headaches.
Botanical Name: Linum usitatissimum.
Family Name: Linaceae.
Parts Used: Seed.
Medicinal Uses: Demulcent, pectoral, Emollient. The crushed seeds or linseed meal of Flax can make a very effective poultice, either only or through the mustard. In superficial and ulceration or deep seated swelling linseed poultice dispels irritation and promotes suppuration and pain.
Habitat: The best climate for Flax for the proper growth is North America and which is annually grows to three feet long and is flexible to different conditions and soils.
Botanical Name: Boswellia Thurifera and Boswellia carterii.
Family Name: Burseraceae.
Part Used: The gum resin.
Habitat: Somaliland, Arabia.
Medicinal Uses: It is used as a refreshment tonic, but rarely used now inside, although formerly was in large name. Avicenna recommends in the ancient times Frankincense for ulcers, tumors, dysentery, vomiting and fevers. And in China it is also used for the treatment of leprosy. Frankincense is used also in aromatherapy and perfumery.