I have had some here ask me for native medicine recommendations. A good friend of mine Two Spirits Winterwolf is a medicine woman and has studied herbs in classes and has extended knowledge. She even wrote down some stones and what to use them for. This is all her works. I asked her to write down some of the herbs and using to share with others:
HERBS / MEDICAL ITEMS:
Willow bark ------ chew for pain and fever
Yuka and alovera ---- anteseptic heal wounds and burns
bear fat................. will pull out an infection
bergament salve.... for itching and rashes
black pepper........ it hurts, but will stop bleedings
blue short grass.... grows under the water of the falls - when dried and crushed, it has numbing qualities - powder aids in comfort and pain
brak bush............. a shrub whose leaves have a purging effect when chewed on the bowls, branches are also hung on house doors during "Waiting Hand" to discourage entry of bad luck into the house for the new year
cayenne pepper or levels out blood pressure, when made as
stinging spices... a tea helps to stop internal bleeding, when applied as a paste, stops external bleeding
chamonilein tea.... aids with sleep....especially during pregnancy
hemp................... works like dopamine to increase a blood pressure
honey.................. applied on a wound helps promote healing
lavenia flowers..... 1 tsp of the dried crushed blossoms brewed in a cup of water like tea, are used to relieve pain, headaches and discomfort
lyptus leaves, oil... Internal Use: 1-2 tsp of the leaves to a cup of boiling water - let infuse for 10-15 minutes - dose of tincture is 1ml, 3 times a day // Exernal Use: put 5 drops of the oil in a hot bath or 6 drops in boiling water, put towel over head and inhale the vapors
marigold............... natural antibiotic, grown, used in healing salves, boiled to oils, used to irrigate high risk wounds to prevent infection, it can also be grounded and added to foods for same effect
matchweed........... is an anti-coagulant
mud packs............ put around a sprain to help with pain and swelling
peppermint.......... will pull out an infection
sunflower leaves... crushed and smoked in a pipe - helps with a cold, and clears the head
Gem Root ..............Chewed eases pain
Hot Mustard poltice ...........Draws bad blood from chest of child when have cold
Witchhazle ........when in pressed liquid form rubbed on soles of feet helps with cold / Rub on arms and legs helps with muscle pain
Peyote .. smoked or chewed the leaves bring peace to spirit and mind
tubers................... grow in the falls - when dried, crushed and mixed with water, they make a good pack and aids in stopping external bleeding
white sage............ will pull out an infection
wild yam............... prevents cramping and bleeding during pregnancy
wylow/willow bark... leaves & buds are brewed in water or teas other than bazi, for non addictive pain management -- bark is chewed -- salve is used to numb wounds -- bazi tea has similar effect
Antiseptics. Bearberry tea. Sliced dandelion root. Goldenrod tea. Goldenseal root tea. Chewed hops roots. Juniper berry tea. Consentrated licorice root tea. Magnolia branch tea. Oak bark Tea. Sassafras root or berry tea.
Stones: Green Adventurine, Emerald, Green Frosted Quartz, Peridot.
Anesthetic/sedative. Bearberry tea. Wormwood tea. Yarrow tea. Passion flower tea calms nervousness, relieves pain.
Stones: Jade makes one calmer. Mexican onyx makes one sleep better.
Birthing & pregnancy. Squaw Root, Black cohosh tea relaxes uterine muscles. Black haw tea. Lady's slipper root tea. Raspberry tea drunk regularly through pregnancy and labor. NO SAGE! if pregnant or nursing. Squaw weed root tea. Mistletoe to stimulate contractions.
Stones: Mother of Pearl for knowing mother's love. Very Protective.
Bites/burns/cuts/rashes. Aloe based ointments. Chapparal resin for burns, also resin of white pine
Bleeding-External. Milkweed root powder. Nettle leaf powder or lightly pounded leaves. Yarrow tea.
Bleeding-Internal. Hawthorn tea. Horsetail tea. Nettle leaf tea. Squaw weed root tea. Yarrow tea.
Burns. Goldenrod poultice. Mullein flower poultice. Pine bark poultice. Plantain lotion or poultice. Juice from purslane leaves or tea from dried leaves. Juice from crushed passionflower leaves.
Delayed or painful menstruation/PMS/menopause. Black cohosh tea. Black haw tea. Gravelroot tea. Hops leaf tea. Lady's slipper root tea. Licorice root tea. Peppermint tea. Plantain (white-man's-foot) tea for heavy flow. Tea from sage roots. Sassafras root or berry tea. Squaw weed root tea. Valerian roots eaten dried or raw. Hot wormwood tea. Yarrow tea for heavy flow. Pennyroyal tea stimulates the menses. Passionflower tea. Raspberry leaf tea for morning sickness. Stones: Green Flourite, Malachite for harmony. Pink Tourmaline.
Eye problems. barberry, sasparilla, purple cone flower.
Fever & headache. Ginseng tea. Goldenrod leaf tea. Gravelroot tea. Licorice root tea. Magnolia branch tea. Mullein poultice on forehead. Oregon grape root tea. Peppermint leaves, dried and powdered leaves. Pine needles crushed and made into a paste for poultice. Sage tea. Sassafras roots or berry tea. Valerian roots eaten either dried or raw. Violet tea from fresh or dried. Willow tea with licorice powder to reduce stomach upset. Hot wormwood tea. Yarrow tea.
Fractures. Horsetail poultice. Tea from boiled white poplar bark (cooled,) poured over injury to reduce pain then use bark to make a cast.
Stones: Black opal can strengthen bones.
Headache: Red (better) or White Willow Tea, Squawmint (Pennyroyal) dried leaves as tea
Infections. Magnolia ashes and fat. Oak bark tea. Crushed pennyroyal leaves..
Insect bites. Mashed goldenrod flowers. Plantain lotion or poultice. Juice from Purslane leaves or tea from dried leaves. Yarrow poultice. Crushed pennyroyal leaves.
Insect repellant. Juniper berry/bark oil. Juice of wormwood in lotion. Crushed pennyroyal leaves.
Muscle aches/cramps. Juniper berry/branch oil. Magnolia branch tea. Pine resin salve.
Sedatives. Bearberry leaf tea. Hops blossoms in a sack used as a pillow. Lady's slipper root tea.
Skin conditions. Oat poultices. Oregon grape root tea. Plantain lotion or poultice. Sassafras root poultice. Sassafras root or berry tea. Juice from watercress leaves. The bark of wild rose root applied to boils. Yarrow poultice. Crushed red clover flowers.
Snake bite. Garlic raw, tea, or syrup. Milkweed root poultice. Plantain lotion or poultice.
Swelling. Black haw leaves, chewed and applied as a paste. Mullein flower poultice. Peppermint poultices. Yarrow poultice.
Vaginal yeast infections. Bearberry leaf tea. Goldenseal root tea. Squaw weed root tea as douche for heavy mucus.
Worms & parasites. Garlic raw, tea, or syrup. Goldenseal root tea. Wormwood tea.
Arnica: Strains, sprains and bruises and gas
Barberry: liver health, heal bladder infections, other internal infections
Cannabis: pain, nausea
Dandelion root: infection
Greasewood - tea form leaves to builds immunity
Hellebore: paralysis, gout, insanity, convulsions
Jimsom weed: swelling POISONOUS TO HORSES
yucca: root to make soap
green stone: promotes healing
moonstone: new and expectant mothers
purple stone: calms the flesh
Quartz: draw out bad spirts
red stone: strengthens blood
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