Skunk Cabbage - Helps to support healthy nervous system.* Ictodes foetidus. Parts used: root.
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SKUNK CABBAGE - Holding incredibly tight to the earth of the swamp mire, is this prize for embattled nerves. Skunk Cabbage ventures forth in the cold, early spring swamp for its time to bloom. Over the whole area in which the Skunk Cabbage plants group and claim for their habitat there is the faint, but distinctive, odor of skunk. This aroma is just the scent which attacks pollinators to its flowers. So concentrated is the survival strength of Skunk Cabbage, that it can often be seen blooming next to the ground where the ground still frozen at the tip of its single large tap root. Its virtues, provided for our use, are the correction of anxiety, epilepsy and Parkinson's Disease (an uncontrollable shaking disorder of the nervous system). Useful to allay the spasms of hay fever, nerve disorders and lung afflictions (including tuberculosis). Rub on tender spots of a "sore head" (suture line of the skull).* DOSE:40 to 80 drops following meals, and or anytime an attack of nerves occurs. Apply, as needed, to sore spots on the head to realign the bony plates of the skull so that the brain functions properly.
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