Posts Tagged ‘stimulant’


Thursday, April 8th, 2021


Medical Sage

Family: Lamiaceae

Medical Use: antiviral, antibacterial, antiseptic, antifebrile (decrease fever), gas reliefer, general stimulant, hiperhidrozis (against over sudation), emphysema, wound healer

Parts: Leafs and buds of flower

Side effect:

  • No serious side effect in recommended dose.
  • If boiled or infused too long, can be effect toxic.
  • Can decrease blood presure.

Drug interaction:

  • Can decrease the effectiveness of medications used to prevent seizures.
  • Can make downsiness, interact with antidepressants, sedatives.
  • Can decrase blood suger, interact with diabetes drugs.


  • Dont take more than 6mg Thujone in one day, it is neurotoxic. Dont use over stated amount or infuse/boil over.
  • Can decrase bloodpresure.

How to Use:


antiviral, antibacterial, antiseptic, antifebrile (decrease fever), gastrointestinal (gas reliefer), general stimulant:

Tea(infusion): 1 turkish tea spoon fine grinded herb, dry or fresh, add 150ml boiled water, brew for 10-15min, than filter. Drink 2-3 times daily fresh brewd.

general stimulant:

Wein liqueur: Put 100g of herb into a litre of good wine. Let rest for 10 days and filter. Use preventative or healer in small dose.


Tea(infusion): 5g fine grinded dry herb, add 150ml boiled water, brew for 10-15min, than filter. Drink 2-3 times daily fresh brewd.


antibacterial, antiseptic, wound healer:

Tea(infusion): 2-3 turkish tea spoon fine grinded herb, dry or fresh, add 150ml boiled water, brew for 10-15min, than filter. Aplly wounded area or gargle fresh brewd.

Tincture(1:10, %70 ethanol): Put 5-10ml tincture in 100ml water and gargle or aplly wounded area

The term ‘salvia’ comes from latine word ‘salvare’, which means healing.

It growns in south and west Europa. But the variate, named Salvia Triloba L. growns in Anatolia, can be used for similar aims. The content is similar, execpt ‘salvin’ which operates on RNA synthesis of Virus, cant be found in S. Tiloba L.

The history of use can be tracked to 2000bc. It is known that the ancient Egyptens have used it by pregnancy.

An old expression about importance of this herb, which should have been expressed at Salerno School, asks: “Why a person with Salvia in his garden would die at all?” and answers: “There is no answer to death in a garden!”

Content: Essential oil (etheric), thujone(toxic)(salviol, salvia), kaempferol, borneol, cineole, triterpene, tannen %5, flavonoids, protein, potassium


Wednesday, April 7th, 2021


Blackthorne, Sloe

Family: Rosaceae

Medical use: General stimulant, diuretic, sudorific, acne, dysentery, loss of apetite

Parts: Flowers, fruits, leafs and barks

  • No side effect reported in recommended dose
  • It shouldent be confused with Prunus Africana

How to Use:



5g of flowers, add 150ml boiled water, brew 10min, filter. One cup at morning and night.

General stimulant, diuretic, sudorific, loss of apetite:

3g of flower, add 150ml boiled water, brew 5min. Filter. Drink 30min before lunch. Also at breakfeast a small porsion of its marmelade can be eaten or a little cup of its wine.


50g seedless fruit and 10g leaf, flower (or bark) mix, let rest in 1lt red wein for a couple hours, than boil for 5min, filter. Start with 3 cups a day, reduce amount daily, use for a couple weeks

Naturaly growns in Europe, Asia and North America. In south european ancient civilizations (Romans, Greeks) its been used medicaly.

Fruits are to be use by wine and liqueur production.

Content: Flavonoids (Quercetin, Kaempferol, Binofuranoside), anthocyanins and phenolic acids, nutrients like vitamin A (beta-carotene), vitamin B3 (niacin), vitamin B9 (folic acid), vitamin C and vitamin E, calcium, potassium, phosphorus, sulfur and magnesium