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Scullcap - Nervine

Scullcap - Nervine

Scullcap - Nervine
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Scullcap (Scutellaria lateriflora) Pure Herbs Liquid Extract used Historically as a Nervine, calms and repairs nerves, hyperactivity, antispasmodic, antivenomous, insomnia, antiviral.

Common Names: Mad-dog Scullcap, Mad Dogwood, Pimpernal, Madweed, Helmet Flower, Blue Scullcap, Skullcap.

Parts Used: Dried herb.

Bodily Influences: Scullcap should be thought of at once when there is suffering of hypertension or stress. Scullcap does not produce a zombie-like effect as drugs often do, but works to normalize activity and prevent hyperactivity. Concentrating is again possible. Scullcap has been used for treating the bites of mad dogs. From this the determination of this herb once called Mad-dog Scullcap, can be seen. It is not necessary to have hydrophobia to use Scullcap to calm the nerves. In fact, a highly desirable side effect from long term use of Scullcap Pure Herbs Liquid Extract is repair of the nervous system itself. Nervous twitches and nervous irritation are a specialty of Scullcap. Epilepsy, convulsions and shaking, poisonous insect bites and snake bites have all been remedied by use of Scullcap.

The Dispensatory of the United States highly recommends its use on the authority of Dr. Cleaveland and others as a treatment for delirium tremens (alcoholic hallucinations). He indicates that he prefers it to all other nervines or antispasmodics except where an immediate effect is desirable. For those who suffer from insomnia, persistent use of Scullcap should definitely be considered.

Recommended Dosage: 10 to 40 drops three to four times per day or as needed for sleeping.

Directions on label: For adults, mix 2 ml of extract in 2 oz (60 ml) of water one time daily preferably with a meal.

References: Alma R. Hutchens, "Indian Herbalogy of North America;" Dr. John R. Christopher, "School of Natural Healing;" William Boericke, "Materia Medica;" Drs. George B. Wood & Franklin Bache, "The Dispensatory of the United States," 12th Edition.

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