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Bark, leaves, flowers, seed, raw and ripe fruits of mango have myriad medicinal uses. Texts of ayurveda mention various herbal preparations using different parts of mango tree. These preparations are used to normalize a variety of health conditions.

from Yoga Journal

Healing Herbal Tonics: Dried Herb Remedies

Kitchen Medicine Bowls of cumin, turmeric, cinnamon, mint, black pepper, and dried ginger as well as bits of tree bark and leafy sprigs a...

#Drumstick, a powerhouse of minerals, has been part of the South Indian diet since ages and is considered invaluable in #Ayurveda. The drumstick tree (#moringa), also called the ‘miracle tree’ is commonly found in the backyards of Kerala houses. Apart from the stick-like fruit, the flowers and leaves are also used in curry, and the bark is used in Ayurveda medicines.

#Pikun The creamy, scented blossoms of this evergreen tree accent its lush appearance throughout the forests of #SouthEastAsia. Its fruit and bark have a plethora of ayurvedic medicinal uses.

from Natural Living Ideas

10 Reasons Every Home Needs A Bottle Of Eucalyptus Oil

Maple: Cherokee used the inner bark of the red maple to use as a wash for sore eyes. The leaves of striped maple were used for a poultice for sore breasts. A decoration of inner bark of sugar maple for diarrhea. The Penobscot used striped maple bark in poultices for swollen limbs, and as a tea for kidney infections, coughs, colds, and bronchitis. Young maple leaves can be made into massage oil that will be soothing to sore muscles.