Liber Herbarum Minor (English)
The incomplete reference-guide to Herbal medicine

Rev.23-07-2014

Ambrette

Plant

Family

Malvaceae

English

Ambrette, Muskmallow, Musk Okra, Tropical

Latin

Abelmoschus moschatus Medikus, Hibiscus abelmoschus L.

Diseases & Uses

Diseases

Aids digestion, Anti-halitosic, Anti-spasmodic, aphrodisiac, Bad breath, benificial effect on the digestion, convulsive state, Cramp, cramps, Digestive, digestive trouble, Digestive weakness, dispepsia, dyspepsia, Eupeptic, Good for digestion, good for the stomach, halitosis, have weak nerves, improves digestion, Increases sexual desire, Indigestion, malodorous breath, Nervine, Nervous atony, Nervous debility, Nervous lassitude, Neurasthenia, Poor digestion, Promotes digestion, relax spasms, Spasm, Spasmolytic, stimulates digestion, stomach atony, stomach debility, Stomachic, stomach lassitude, stomach tonic, suffering from a nervous disorder, sweeten the breath, Warming digestive, weak nerves, weak stomach

Foods

Condiment, culinary herb, Spice

Other uses

Aromatherapeutic use, deters insects, Insecticide, Insectifuge, insect repellent, repels insects

Ingredients

 acetic acid, Beta-Sitosterol, Campesterol, Campherol, Cholesterol, Ergosterol, essential oil, Farnesol, fat, Fibres, Furfural, mucilage, Myristic-Acid, Oleic-Acid, Palmitic acid, proteins, Quercetin, resin, starch, Stigmasterol, Vegetable oil, water

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