Good Day to you Ready Nutrition Readers! Today’s article details Lomatium, the most powerful herb in North America for use as an antiviral or antibiotic.
After reading this article, you may wish to add this herb to your naturopathic first-aid arsenal and include it in your stores of preps. The bottom line: those who used Lomatium during the 1918 Spanish Flu pandemic survived the virus and all of its complications. Nifty, huh?
An Off the Grid Antibiotic and Antiviral Solution
There are 11 species of the genus as identified by the U.S. National Herbarium back in the year 1840, and three that hold special medicinal significance in the field of naturopathic medicine: Lomatium dissectum, Leptotaenia dissecta, and Leptotaenia multifida.
The one we are going to focus on primarily is Lomatium dissectum. The following list gives the indications and uses for the herb: Coughs and associated illnesses of the throat, allergies, bronchitis, pneumonia, asthma, influenza, tuberculosis, venereal diseases, and distemper.
Lomatium is also a healing agent in cuts, abrasions, sores, and rashes of the skin, as well infections of the eye and an external wash for smallpox. It has additional uses as an antiseptic rinse.
One of the pioneers of its study and use was an individual named Ernest T. Krebs, a biochemist with a very good background in medicine (as his father was a physician). He wrote a treatise that outlined the results obtained among the Washoe Indian Tribe during the time the pandemic was running rampant in the U.S. and throughout the world.
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