Official Dictionary Of Jamaican Herbs And Medicinal Plants And Their Uses by L. Mike Henry
LMH Official Dictionary of Jamaican Herbs & Medicinal Plants and Their Uses
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The following is a short list of Jamaica herbs, plants, trees and bushes that are used for various medical purposes. We by no means endorse any of these bushes, so use at your own risk. Aloe Vero aka Synkle-Bible A cleanse, acne, and used as a laxative. Bissy For food poisioning and upset stomach. Cerassee For colds, stomach problems and laxitive. Fresh Cut For poultice and colds.
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Aloe Vera is a versatile plant known for anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and antiviral, and energy-giving properties. Bissy is the local name for kola nut. It is widely regarded for its medicinal properties because of its effect as an antidote for poisons.