Indications Hollyhock

Abscess (f; BIB; GHA; JFM); Aphonia (f; JFM); Aposteme (f; JLH); Bite (f; DAA); Bleeding (f; DAA); Boil (f; WO3); Bronchosis (f; JFM); Bruise (f; BIB); Burn (f; DEP); Cancer (f; BIB; JFM); Childbirth (f; LMP); Cold (f; BIB); Colosis (1; BRU); Constipation (f; DAA); Cough (f1; BIB; BRU; DEP; GHA; JFM; PH2); Cramp (f1; BIB; BRU); Cystosis (f; DEP); Dermatosis (f1; BRU; JFM; PH2; WO3); Diabetes (1; WO3); Dysentery (f; BIB; DEP; KAB); Dysmenorrhea (f; DAA; LMP); Earache (f; EGG); Edema (f1; X2504193); Enterosis (f; DEP; PH2); Fever (f; BIB; PH2); Gastrosis (f; EGG; PH2); Goiter (f; WO3); Gravel (f; BIB); Hematemesis (f; EGG); Hematuria (f; DAA); Hemorrhoid

(f; DAA); Inflammation (f1; JFM; PH2; X2504193); Itch (1; BRU); Jaundice (f; WO3); Laryngosis (f; JFM); Malaria (f; DAA); Miscarriage (f; BIB); Ophthalmia (f; BIB); Pain (f1; BRU; X2504193); Pharyngosis (f1; BRU; PH2); Pulmonosis (f; GMH; PH2); Respirosis (f; JFM; PH2); Rheumatism (f; BIB); Scirrhus (f; JLH); Snakebite (f; DEP); Sore (f; DAA; DEP; PH2); Sore Throat (f; BIB; JFM); Stomatosis (f1; BRU; PH2); Strangury (f; JFM); Sweating (f; BIB); Swelling (f1; EGG; X2504193); Tenesmus (f; DEP); Thirst (f; PH2); Tumor (f; JLH); Urethrosis (f; JLH; PH2); Vaginosis (f; EGG).

Dosages (Hollyhock):

Young mucilaginous leaves cooked and eaten; flower petals, raw or cooked, and cooked flower buds also eaten; black hollyhock petals useful for imparting deep colors to teas and wines. Roots yield an edible starch (FAC; TAN) 1-2 oz mucilage (DEP). 1-2 g fl/teacup (PH2). 1.5 g fl/100 ml water as mouthwash (PH2).

• Arabians drink the sweetened floral tea for cough (GHA).

• Arabians use leaves in collyria and poulticed onto abscesses (GHA).

• Brazilians apply the leaves to inflammation (JFM).

• Chileans apply the root decoction to tumors (JLH).

• Costa Ricans take floral infusion for cough and sore throat (JFM).

• Gypsies pound roots with honey, taking 2x per day to prevent miscarriage (BIB).

• Lebanese mix juice with powdered coffee, soot, spiderwebs, or sugar to stop bleeding (BIB).

• Lebanese take tea of dried plants and/or flowers for colds, cramps, sweating, and sore throat (BIB).

• Middle Easterners apply mucilage to bruises, or with dough and olive oil to tumors (BIB).

• Peruvians poultice leaves, cooked in oil or milk, on swellings (EGG).

• Peruvians use sudorific decoction for cough and bloody vomiting (EGG).

• Peruvians use fresh leaf decoctions in douches (EGG).

• Peruvians use steam from floral decoction for earache (EGG).

• Punjabi use flowers for rheumatism, the root for dysentery (KAB).

• Venezuelans take floral/foliar decoction/tea for aphonia, bronchosis, laryngosis, and strangury (JFM).

Downsides (Hollyhock):

Class 1 (AHP). No health hazards known in conjunction with the proper administration of designated therapeutic dosages (PH2).

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