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Acacia Nilotica and Calamus Sweet Flag

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Acacia Nilotica


Acacia nilotica is a shrub or tree which is native to both India as well as Africa. Despite being native to both these region, it can also be found in Australia, though it is an invasive species there. This plant can be used to treat ailments such as cough, leprosy, and even dysentery.


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The Maasai of Africa are said to become intoxicated when they consume this plant, and that it can be used in the form of an aphrodisiac, even curing impotence. In the Western part of Africa, this plant is used to treat a variety of different cancers and tumors, as well as excess flesh.


Leaves of the Acacia nilotica are be used in the treatment of ulcers. The many uses of the Acacia nilotica has made it an almost miracle shrub, given its ability to cure so many different ailments.


Calamus Sweet Flag (Vacha)


The Calamus Sweet Flag is another important plant which can be found in the Ayurveda tradition. This plant comes in the form of a tall monocot which has leaves which are scented, and the rhizomes are often used as a form of medicine.


In addition to this, the plant is also used for its odor, and can also function in the form of psychotropic drug. This plant is naturally found in India, but can also be grown in Europe, Australia, and the Middle East. This plant has been traded in numerous cultures for thousands of years. It is highly valued because of its medicinal properties, as well as its fragrance, which has allowed it to be adopted by the medical industry.


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Throughout Africa and Asia, calamus has been used in the form of a strong aphrodisiac. It has historically been placed in some wines, and was also used by the Native Americans in the form of a stimulant.


When calamus is taken in large amounts, it can become hallucinogenic. It has also been found to be effective against strokes and other ailments. While the roots can also be consumed, they are not as effective as the other parts of the plant.




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