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BUGLEWEED (Lycopus europaeus L. or L. virginicus L.) Medical Herb
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Activities (Bugleweed)- Antideiodinater (T4) (2; KOM); Antigonadotropic (2; KOM; PH2; SHT); Antihormonal (2; PNC); Antilactagogue (f; MAB); Antioxidant (1; APA); Antiprolactin (1; PH2); Antipyretic (f; APA); Antithyrotropic (2; KOM; PH2; SHT); Antitumor (f; APA); Arteriosedative (f; MAD); Astringent (f; MAD; PNC); Cardiotonic (f; APA; FEL; MAD); Depurative (f; FEL); Digitalic (f; MAD); Hemostat (f; MAD); Narcotic (f; CEB); Poison (f; DEM); Sedative (f; APA; CEB; FEL; PNC); Tonic (f; FEL; HHB).Indications (Bugleweed)- Albuminuria (f; FEL); Anxiety (f; APA; FEL); Bite (f; DEM); Bleeding (f; FEL; MAD); Bright?s Disease (f; MAD); Burn (f; FEL); Cardiopathy (f; FAD; PH2); Cough (1; FEL; PNC); Debility (f; FEL); Diabetes (f; CEB; FAD; FEL); Diarrhea (f; CEB; FEL); Dysentery (f; CEB; FEL); Dyspepsia (f; FEL); DYSTONIA (f; HHB); Endocardosis (f; MAD); Enterosis (f; FEL); Epistaxis (f; FEL); Exophthalmia (f; MAD); Fever (f; APA; FEL); Gastrosis (f; CEB; FEL); Goiter (f; FEL; MAD); Grave?s Disease (1; PNC); Hematuria (f; FEL); Hemoptysis (f; CEB; FEL; MAD); Hemorrhoid (f; MAD); Hepatosis (f; MAD; PH2); Hyper-thyroidism (mild only) (2; APA; HHB; PHR; SHT); In?ammation (f; CEB); Insomnia (2; APA; CEB; FEL; MAD; PHR; PH2; PNC); Jaundice (f; MAD); Malaria (f; FEL); Mastosis (2; KOM; PHR; SHT); Menorrhagia (1; SHT); Nephrosis (f; MAD; PH2); Nervousness (2; APA; CEB; FEL; PHR; PH2; PNC); Palpitation (f; APA; MAD); Pericardosis (f; MAD); Phthisis (1; FEL); PMS (2; PHR; SHT); Pneumonia (f; FEL); Polyuria (f; CEB); Pulmonosis (f; FAD; FEL); Snakebite (f; DEM); Swelling (f; MAD); Tension (f; PH2); Thyroidosis (2; PHR); Tuberculosis (f; FEL; MAD); Tumor (f; APA).Dosages (Bugleweed)- Take only under doctor?s supervision (APA); 1?2 drachms dried herb (FEL); 2 drachms to 4 ?uid oz strong tincture (FEL); 1?2 g dry herb/tea (PH2); 0.7?2 ml liquid herb extract (PNC); 0.2?2 g/day crude drug (SHT).'ContraIndications - Interactions- and Side Effects (Bugleweed)- Class 2b- 2c- 2d. Contraindi-cated in thyroid enlargement or hypothyroid- and in simultaneous administration of other thyroid treatments (AHP). Long-term use can cause thyroid enlargement. ?Hazards and/or side effects not known for proper therapeutic Dosages ? (PH2). Avoid sudden withdrawal; may increase prolactin secretion (SHT).''Extracts (Bugleweed)- Extracts have demonstrated antigonadotropic- antithyrotropic- and prolac-tin-lowering Activities (SHT). Freeze-dried extract induces pituitary thyroid stimulating hormone (TSH) repletion in hypothyroid rats- and reduction of TSH levels in euthyroid rats. Extracts also prevent bovine TSH binding to and stimulating adenyl cyclase in human thyroid membranes. Extracts used empirically in the treatment of Grave?s disease- in which a thyroid-stimulating antibody is found in the blood; ?this antibody has been shown to bind to and be inhibited by the plant extract? (PNC).'BULBOUS BUTTERCUP (Ranunculus bulbosus L.) Activities (Bulbous Buttercup)- Abortifacient (f; MAD); Allergenic (f; PHR); Antibacterial (1; CRC); Antiseptic (1; CRC; ZUL); Candidicide (1; CRC); CNS-Depressant (f; PHR); Fungicide (1; MAD; ZUL); Laxative (f; MAD); Narcotic (f; MAD); Poison (1; CRC); Sedative (f; MAD; PHR; PH2); Sternutator (1; CRC); Vesicant (1; CRC).'Indications (Bulbous Buttercup)- Alcoholism (f; CRC); Allergy (f; CRC); Arthrosis (f; CRC; MAD); Bacteria (1; CRC); Boil (f; MAD); Cancer (f; CRC); Cancer- breast (f; CRC; JLH); Cancer- cervix (f; CRC; JLH); Candida (1; CRC); Catarrh (f; MAD); Cervicosis (f; JLH); Chilblain (f; CRC); Corn (f; CRC; JLH); Cystosis (f; MAD); Delirium (f; CRC); Dermatosis (f; HHB; PHR; PH2); Diarrhea (f; CRC); Dropsy (f; MAD); Dyspnea (f; CRC); Eczema (f; CRC; FEL; MAD); Epilepsy (f; CRC); Flu (f; CRC; PHR; PH2); Frostbite (f; MAD); Fungus (1; MAD; ZUL); Gastrosis (f; CRC); Gout (f; CRC; MAD; PHR; PH2); Headache (f; CRC; MAD); Hemiplegia (f; MAD); Hepatosis (f; CRC; MAD); Herpes (f; CRC; FEL); Hiccup (f; CRC); Hydrocoele (f; CRC); Induration (f; JLH); Infection (1; CRC; MAD; ZUL); Insomnia (f; MAD; PHR; PH2); Itch (f; MAD); Jaundice (f; CRC); Lumbago (f; MAD); Mastosis (f; CRC; JLH); Meningosis (f; CRC; HHB; MAD; PHR; PH2); Mycosis (1; MAD; ZUL); Myosis (f; MAD); Nephrosis (f; MAD); Nervousness (f; MAD; PHR; PH2); Neuralgia (f; CRC; FEL; HHB; PHR; PH2); Nyctalopia (f; CRC); Ophthalmia (f; CRC; MAD); Otosis (f; MAD); Ovary (f; CRC); Pain (f; CRC; MAD); Pancreatosis (f; MAD); Pemphigus (f; CRC; MAD); Pleurosis (f; CRC; HHB; MAD); Pleurodynia (f; CRC; MAD); Pulmonosis (f; CRC); Rheumatism (f; CRC; FEL; MAD; PHR; PH2); Sciatica (f; CRC); Shingle (f; CRC); Spine (f; CRC); Staphylococcus (1; CRC); Stomatosis (f; CRC; MAD); VD (f; DEM); Vertigo (f; MAD); Wart (f; CRC; JLH; MAD); Wen (f; JLH); Yeast (1; CRC).'Dosages (Bulbous Buttercup)- Homeopathic (PH2).'ContraIndications - Interactions- and Side Effects (Bulbous Buttercup)- Not covered (AHP). ?Hazards and/or side effects not known for proper therapeutic Dosages ? (PH2) (but PH2 desig-nates no speci?c quanti?ed dosage! JAD). Contraindicated ?absolutely? in pregnancy (PHR; PH2). Protoanemonin with signi?cant antiseptic activity on aerobes- anaerobes- dermatophytes- and yeast- including MDR pathogens.' Medical Herb


CASSIE (Acacia farnesiana (L.) Willd.) Medical Herb
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Synonyms - A. smallii Isely- Mimosa farnesiana L.Activities (Cassie)- Alterative (f; CRC); Antispasmodic (f; CRC); Aphrodisiac (f; CRC); Astrin-gent (f; CRC); Candidicide (f; JFM); Curare (f; CRC); Demulcent (f; CRC); Dentifrice (f; CRC); Stimulant(f; CRC); Stomachic (f; JFM).'Indications (Cassie)- Bleeding (f; JFM); Cancer (f; JLH); Cancer- stomach (f; JLH); Candida (f; JFM); Conjunctivosis (f; JFM); Cramp (f; CRC); Dermatosis (f; JFM); Diarrhea (f; CRC; JFM); Dysentery (f; JFM); Dyspepsia (f; JFM); Fever (f; CRC; JFM); Gastrosis (f; JLH); Headache (f; CRC; JFM); In?ammation (f; JFM); Leukorrhea (f; CRC; JFM); Lumbago (f; CRC); Mucososis (f; JFM); Neurosis (f; JFM); Ophthalmia (f; JFM); Pain (f; CRC; JFM); Parasite (f; CRC); Proctosis (f; CRC); Prolapse (f; CRC); Puerperium (f; CRC); Rheumatism (f; CRC; JFM); Sore (f; CRC); Sore Throat (f; CRC; JFM); Tuberculosis (f; JFM); Typhoid (f; JFM); Ulcer (f; CRC); Uterrhagia (f; JFM); Wound (f; JFM); Yeast (f; JFM).'CASTOR (Ricinus communis L.) Activities (Castor)- Analgesic (1; APA; CRC); Antiabsorptive (f; PH2); Antibacterial (1; CRC; HH2; TRA); Anticholestatic (1; HH2); Antidiabetic (1; HH2); Antidote (f; CRC); Anti-HIV (f; APA); Antilactagogue (f; DEP); Antileukemic (1; APA); Antiseptic (1; HH2; PH2; TRA); Anti-tumor (1; TRA); Antitussive (f; DAA); Antiviral (1; AAB; PHR); Aperient (f; CRC); Candidicide (1; HH2); Contraceptive (1; HH2; PH2); Cyanogenic (f; CRC); Diaphoretic (f; JFM); Discutient (f; CRC; DAA); Diuretic (f; TRA); Emetic (1; CRC; FAD); Emmenagogue (f; KAB; KAP); Emollient (1; AAB; APA; PNC); Expectorant (f; CRC; DAA); Fungicide (1; HH2); Hepatopro-tective (1; HH2); Hypotensive (1; HH2); Immunostimulant (f; HH2); Insecticide (1; CRC); Lactagogue (2; AAB; BIB; CRC; FAD); Larvicide (f; CRC); Laxative (2; APA; CRC; FAD; PH2; SUW; VVG); Lymphocytogenic (f; HH2); Parturient (f; FAD); Peristaltic (1; VVG); Piscicide (f; SUW); Poison (1; CRC); Pyrogenic (1; HH2); Secretagogue (1; PH2); Secretomotor (1; TRA); Spermicide (f; TRA); Tonic (f; CRC; JFM).'Indications (Castor)- Abscess (f; APA; CRC; PHR; PH2); Adenopathy (f; DAA; JLH); Amenorrhea (f; DEP; KAP); Anasarca (f; BIB; CRC); Arthrosis (f; CRC; HH2; JFM; PH2); Asthma (f; CRC; TRA); Bacteria (1; CRC; HH2; TRA); Bite (f; CRC); Bleeding (f; DAA; HH2); Boil (f; JFM; PHR; SUW; VVG); Burn (f; CRC); Cancer (1; DAD; HH2; TRA); Cancer- breast (f; JLH); Cancer- colon (f; JLH); Cancer- stomach (f; JLH); Candida (1; HH2); Carbuncle (f; CRC; PH2); Caries (f; WOI); Catarrh (f; BIB; CRC); Chancre (f; BIB; CRC); Childbirth (f; AAB; CRC; DAA; JFM); Cholera (f; CRC); Cold (f; CRC; JFM); Colic (f; CRC; JFM); Congestion (f; AAB); Constipation (2; APA; CRC; FAD; PH2); Convulsion (f; CRC); Corn (f; CRC); Cramp (f; JFM); Craw-Craw (f; CRC); Cyst (f; APA); Dandruff (f; FAD); Deafness (f; CRC; DAA); Delirium (f; BIB; CRC); Dermatosis (f; CRC; FAD; JFM; PH2); Diabetes (1; HH2); Diarrhea (f; BIB); Dropsy (f; CRC); Dyslactea (f; BIB); Dyspepsia (f; PH2); DYSTONIA (1; DAD); Edema (f; JFM); Elephantiasis (f; BIB); Enterosis (f; CRC; HH2; JFM; PH2); Epilepsy (f; BIB; CRC; UPW); Erysipelas (f; BIB; CRC; JFM); Escherichia (1; HH2); Fever (f; AAB; CRC; DAV; HH2; JFM); Flu (f; CRC); Fungus (1; HH2); Furuncle (f; PH2); Gas (f; DEP); Gingivosis (f; JFM); Gonorrhea (f; HH2); Gout (f; CRC; DAA); Guinea Worm (f; CRC); Headache (f; CRC; JFM; PH2; SUW); Heatstroke (f; KAB); Hemorrhoid (f; FAD; JFM); High Blood Pressure (1; HH2); HIV (1; APA; DAD); Immunodepression (f; HH2); Induration (f; CRC); Infection (1; HH2; TRA); In?ammation (f; CRC; PH2); Ischiosis (f; HH2); Itch (f; AAB; FAD); Leprosy (f; BIB; IED); Leukemia (1; APA); Lichen (f; MAD); Lumbago (f; HH2; KAP); Measles (f; AAB); Migraine (f; PHR); Mole (f; CRC); Myalgia (f; CRC; DAV); Mycosis (1; HH2); Neurosis (f; BIB; CRC); Ophthalmia (f; PNC); Osteomyelosis (f; BIB; CRC); Otosis (f; HH2; PHR; PH2); Pain (1; APA; CRC; JFM; PH2); Palsy (f; CRC; DAA); Paralysis (f; PH2); Pleurodynia (f; DEP); Pneumonia (f; SKJ); Proctosis (f; DAA); Prolapse (f; CRC; DAA); Prostatosis (f; JFM); Rash (f; BIB; CRC); Rheumatism (f; BIB; CRC; JFM; KAP); Ringworm (f; BIB; FAD); Salmonella (1; TRA); Scald (f; CRC); Sciatica (f; DEP); Scrofula (f; CRC); Seborrhea (f; BIB; CRC); Schistosomiasis (f; UPW); Sciatica (f; KAP); Shigella (1; TRA); Sinusosis (f; AAB); Sore (f; APA; FAD; VVG); Sore Throat (f; PH2); Staphylococcus (1; HH2; TRA); Sting (f; CRC; SUW); Stomachache (f; CRC; IED; VVG); Strabismus (f; CRC; DAA); Swelling (f; BIB; CRC; DAA; JFM; KAP); Tapeworm (1; JFM); Toothache (f; CRC; DAA; JFM; KAP); Tuberculosis (f; BIB; CRC); Tumor (1; CRC; JFM; TRA); Typhus (f; MAD); Ulcer (f; BIB); Urethrosis (f; CRC; DAA); Uterosis (f; CRC; DAA); Vaginosis (f; AAB); VD (f; CRC; DAA; JFM); Virus (1; AAB; PHR); Wart (f; APA; CRC); Water Retention (f; TRA); Whitlow (f; CRC); Worm (1; CRC; PH2; TRA); Wound (f; CRC; DAA; VVG); Yeast (1; HH2).'Dosages (Castor)- 5?20 ml oil (PNC); 15?60 ml oil (APA); 5?28 ml castor oil (KAP); 9?15 g leaf paste (KAP); 3?6 g root paste (KAP); 5 (2 g) or 10 (1 g) capsules (PHR).'ContraIndications - Interactions- and Side Effects (Castor)- Class 2b- 2d. Contraindicated in intestinal obstruction and abdominal pain of unknown origin- appendicitis- in?ammatory bowel disease; do not use more than 8?10 days (AHP; PHR). ?Hazards and/or side effects not known for proper therapeutic Dosages of the oil? (PH2). Overdoses can cause colic- drastic diarrhea- gastralgia and gastrosis- queasiness- and vomiting (PHR). The seeds contain 2.8?3% toxic substances- requiring 2.5?20 seed to kill a man (chewing a single seed may be fatal to a child)- 4 to kill a rabbit- 5 a sheep- 6 an ox- 6 a horse- 7 a pig- 11 a dog- but 80 for a cock or duck. The principal toxin is the albumin- ricin (DAD). Though some recommend in preg-nancy- others do not. Midwives sometimes use the oil to induce labor (AHP). Re?ned oil contraIndications : intestinal obstruction- unexplained stomachache; adverse effects: frequent use produces electrolyte losses (interaction with cardiac glycosides)- also gastric irritation- and allergic skin reactions. Should not be used for prolonged periods (AEH). Not for children under 12 years old (PHR). May induce dermatosis as well as cure it (FAD).''Extracts (Castor)- Ricin- the deadly poison- can be attached to monoclonal antibodies that attack only cancer cells- a technique reportedly tried in 1000 patients with cancer (DAD). The AIDS virus can infect an immune cell by locking onto its cell receptor protein ?CD4.? By genetically attaching the ricin to genetically engineered CD4 proteins- one obtains CD4-ricin- which will lock onto the external viruses of infected cells- 1000 times more often than onto healthy cells- possibly killing enough infected cells to prevent the spread of the disease symptoms. Like the botulism toxin- ricin can be used to kill overstimulated nerve endings in patients with DYSTONIAs (DAD). Ricinoleic acid has served in contraceptive jellies (DAD).' Medical Herb

MARIJUANA (Cannabis sativa L.) Medical Herb
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Synonym Cannabis indica L.'Activities (Marijuana)- Abortifacient (f; KAB); Aldose-Reductase Inhibitor (1; FNF; JAD; PNC; ZUL); Alterative (f; CRC; KAB); AMP Inhibitor (ABS); Analgesic (1; APA; CRC; PH2; PNC; SUW; VAG); Anaphrodisiac (f; WBB); Anesthetic (1; ABS; CRC); Antiasthmatic (1; PHR; PH2); Antibacterial (1; CRC; FAD; WO2; ZUL); Anticonvulsant (1; PHR; PH2; WBB; ZUL); Antidote (f; CRC); Antidote- strychnine (f; PHR); Antiemetic (2; ABS; PH2; PNC; ZUL); Antiglaucomic (1; VVG); Antiin?ammatory (1; APA; PNC; ZUL); Anti-MS (1; ABS); Anti-pyretic (1; PHR; PH2; WO2); Antiseptic (1; CRC); Antiserotonin (ABS); Antispasmodic (1; ABS; KAP; SUW; WO2); Antitumor (1; PHR; WBB); Antitussive (f; HHB); Antiviral (1; CRC; WBB); Anxiogenic (f; WBB); Aperitif (1; ABS; CRC; PHR; PH2; WO2); Aphrodisiac (f; CRC; KAB; WBB); Astringent (f; KAB); Bronchodilator (1; PHR; PH2; VAG; VVG); Cardiotonic (1; APA); Cataleptic (1; PNC; WO2; ZUL); Cholagogue (f; CRC); CNS Stimulant (f; CRC); Convulsant (1; ZUL); Demulcent (f; CRC); Diuretic (1; CRC; WO2); Emmenagogue (f; CRC; KAB); Emollient (f; CRC); Estrogenic (1; WO2); Euphoriant (1; APA; WBB; WO2); Exhilarent (f; CRC); Hallucinogen (1; CRC; PNC); Hypertensive (1; PHR; PH2); Hyperthermic (1; PHR); Hypnotic (f; CRC; PNC; ZUL); Hypotensive (1; KAP; PNC; PH2; VAG; VVG; ZUL); Immu-nodepressant (1; PHR; PH2); Inebriant (f; WBB); Intoxicant (f; CRC); Laxative (f; CRC); Myorelaxant (1; KAP); Narcotic (f; CRC; SUW); Poison (f; CRC); Psychotropic (1; APA; CRC; PHR); Respiradepressant (1; KAP); Sedative (1; APA; PH2; SUW; WBB; ZUL); Sopori?c (f; PHR; PH2); Stimulant (f; CRC; WBB); Stomachic (f; SUW); Sympathomimetic (1; WO2); Teratogenic (1; APA); Tonic (f; CRC; SUW); Vasodilator (1; PHR; PH2); Vermifuge (f; CRC; KAB).''Indications (Marijuana)- Abortion (f; PHR; PH2); Alopecia (f; CRC); Angina pectoris (f; PHR; PH2); Anorexia (1; ABS; APA; CRC; PHR; PH2; VAG; VVG; WO2); Anorexia nervosa (1; VAG); Anthrax (f; CRC; ZUL); Anxiety (f; PHR; PH2; ZUL); Arthrosis (f; PHR; PH2); Asthma (1; ABS; APA; PHR; PH2); Ataxia (ABS); Bacteria (1; CRC; FAD; WO2; ZUL); Beriberi (f; PH2); Blackwater Fever (f; CRC); Bleeding (f; CRC); Blood Poison (f; CRC; ZUL); Bot Fly (f; CRC; ZUL); Bronchosis (1; KAB; PHR; PH2; WBB); Cachexia (1; ABS; APA); Cancer (1; APA; CRC; PHR; WBB; WO2); Cancer- alimentary (f; PH2); Cancer- lung (1; PH2); Chemo-therapy (1; JAD; VAG); Childbirth (f; WBB; ZUL); Choking (f; PH2); Cholera (f; PHR; PH2); Cold (f; CRC; WBB); Colic (f; CRC; ZUL); Congestion (f; APA); Constipation (f; CRC; PHR; PH2); Convulsion (1; KAB; PHR; PH2; WBB; WO2; ZUL); Corn (f; CRC; JLH); Cough (f; CRC; KAP; PH2; ZUL); Cramp (1; ABS; KAP; SUW; VAG; WO2; ZUL); Dandruff (f; APA); Delirium (f; KAP); Depression (f; CRC; PH2; VVG); Dermatosis (f; KAP); Diabetes (f; VAG; ZUL); Diarrhea (f; WO2); Dysentery (f; CRC); Dysmenorrhea (f; KAP; ZUL); Dyspepsia (f; CRC; WO2); DYSTONIA (1; ABS); Dysuria (f; KAP; PHR); Earache (f; KAB); Emphysema (f; PHR; PH2); Enterosis (f; KAB; PHR; PH2); Epilepsy (1; APA; PHR; PH2; ZUL); Eruption (f; CRC); Fatigue (f; ABS); Favus (f; CRC); Fever (1; PHR; PH2; WO2; ZUL); Flu (f; WBB); Flux (f; CRC); Gastrosis (f; PHR; PH2); Glaucoma (2; ABS; APA; PH2; VVG); Glossosis (f; CRC); Gonorrhea (f; CRC; PHR); Gout (f; PHR; PH2); Gravel (f; CRC); Headache (f; VAG); Hemor-rhoid (f; APA; KAB); Hiccup (f; KAB); High Blood Pressure (1; KAP; PNC; PH2; VAG; VVG; WBB; ZUL); HIV (f; WBB); Huntington?s Disease (1; ABS); Hydrocele (f; KAB); Hysteria (f; PHR; PH2); Infection (1; WO2); In?ammation (1; APA; CRC; KAB; PNC; ZUL); Insanity (f; KAP); Insomnia (1; APA; PH2; SUW; WBB; ZUL); Itch (f; KAP); Leprosy (f; APA; KAB); Low Blood Pressure (1; PHR; PH2); Malaria (f; PHR; PH2; VVG; ZUL); Mania (f; KAP); Migraine (1; ABS; PHR; PH2; ZUL); MS (1; APA); Myospasm (1; VAG); Nausea (2; APA; CRC; FAD); Nervousness (1; APA; PH2; SUW; WBB; ZUL); Neuralgia (1; ABS; CRC; PHR; PH2); Neurasthenia (f; KAP; PHR; PH2); Neurosis (1; APA); Obesity (f; APA); Pain (1; ABS; APA; CRC; PH2; PNC; SUW; VAG; WBB; ZUL); Paralysis (f; CRC); Parturition (f; CRC); Pertussis (1; KAP; PHR; PH2); Phthisis (f; KAP); Polyuria (f; CRC); Prolapsus (f; CRC); Puerperium (f; CRC); Pulmonosis (1; PH2); Rabies (f; ZUL); Respirosis (1; PH2); Rheumatism (f; ABS; CRC; PHR; PH2); Senility (f; CRC); Snakebite (f; CRC; VVG; ZUL); Sore (f; CRC); Spasticity (1; APA; CRC); Staphylococcus (1; PH2); Streptococcus (1; PH2); Stroke (f; APA); Tetanus (f; ABS; PHR; PH2; ZUL); Toothache (1; HHB); Tourette Syndrome (1; ABS); Trigeminal Neuralgia (f; ABS); Tumor (1; CRC; PHR; WBB); Ulcer (f; PHR); Uterosis (f; CRC); UTI (1; WO2); Virus (1; CRC; WBB); Vomiting (2; ABS; PH2; PNC; ZUL); Water Retention (1; CRC; WO2); Weaning (f; CRC); Worm (f; CRC; KAB); Wound (f; CRC).''Dosages (Marijuana)- 1?2 g ganja (KAP); 2?4 g (pediatric) 1?5?20 g (adult) powdered herb (KAP); 0.5 g resin (KAP); 0.1 g (PHR); 1 joint contains 0.5?1 g drug with at least 5?10 mg THC; 2.5- 5 or 10 mg dronabinol- 1?2 ?/day- as aperitif as antiemetic in chemotherapuetic (PH2).''ContraIndications - Interactions- and Side Effects (Marijuana)- ?Smoking cannabis causes bronchosis and can induce squamous metaplasia and bronchial tumors.? A cannabis cigarette generates ca. ?ve times more carboxyhemoglobin than a tobacco cigarette. Cannabis is fetotoxic. Exposure to cannabis in utero may cause a 10-fold increase in childhood leukemia risk. It can trigger acute psychotic reactions in schizophrenia- and increases risk of new schizophrenia 6-fold. Cannabis smoking impairs learning and short-term memory- persisting for perhaps several weeks. Cannabis has been implicated in many road accidents and some air and rail accidents (Doyle and Spencer- 1995). ?Hazards and/or side effects not known for proper therapeutic Dosages ? (PH2). Smoking quickly leads to euphoria with exaggerated sensuality- with alterations in space and time perception- and acoustical- sensory- and visual hallucinations- lasting 2?3 hours in higher doses. Although rarely reported- there are occasional acute poisonings with symptoms including cardiop-athy- hacking cough- lacrimation- nausea- numbness- and vomiting. Chronic abuse may lead to apathy- bronchosis- impotence- laryngitis- and psychic decline. Instances of death ?are very rare? (PHR). Smoking suppresses the luteinizing hormone in women.''Extracts (Marijuana)- The new Herbal PDR (Gruenwald- 1998) adduces animal or clinical evidence for analgesic (?feeling no pain?)- anticonvulsant- antiemetic- antiglaucomic- antistaphy-lococcic- antistreptococcic- antitumor- bactericidal- bronchodilation- hypertensive and hypotensive- orexigenic- and vasodilating Activities (PHR). PNC relates the antiin?ammatory activity to inhibi-tions with cyclo-oxygenase- lipoxygenase- and phospholipase A2. THC is not as effective an in?ammatory as cannabidiol and cannabigerol- olivetol- and some of the ?avonoids (PNC). Anal-gesic- cataleptic- and hypotensive Activities con?rmed in animals (PNC). 3-5-4'-trihydroxybibenzyl-methyl-ether is estrogenic (WO2). Caryophyllene on exposure rapidly converts to the epoxide- which is responsible for recognition by police dogs. Maybe that?s why those dogs were after my bag in Peru when I came in from Belize. ( = ) THC seems as affective as prochlorperazine in reducing chemotherapy-related nausea and vomiting (APA).' Medical Herb

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