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Broadleaf Plantain - Plantago major overview

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Broadleaf Plantain in flower - a powerful broad-spectum healer

Plantago major
Common Plantain, Greater Ribwort

Family: PLANTAGINACEAE

Another of nature's miracle perennial herbs that I have discovered growing wild on our land is Broadleaf Plantain - Plantago major, also known as common or greater plantain or ribwort [1] [2] .

Word certainly has gotten around about how wonderful Plantain is for Menopause. I have clients from all over the world who have suffered terribly with hot flushes, mood swings and emotional highs and lows and the common words I hear from them is “thank you, thank you so much, taking your Plantain tea / tincture has given me my life back and my hormones are now balanced, the flushes are gone and my moods and emotions are balanced again”.

We have found that plantain is a superb eliminator of heavy metal toxins from the body.



Broadleaf Plantain can help you eliminate the heavy metal toxicity caused by mercury amalgam fillings

 



Some years ago I was helping a colleague learn to operate his newly-acquired blood analysis machine, there were about 10 volunteers having their blood analysed. My blood samples consistently showed a complete absence of heavy metal toxins - like lead, cadmium, mercury etc.
As I was one of the few there who still had mercury amalgam fillings in my teeth it seemed unlikely but it remained throughout the day. Finally we all got together and compared notes - the one item that was a regular part of my diet was plantain - and no-one else's!

It was clear that by adding plantain to my food on a regular basis I was achieving a heavy metal elimination effortlessly - one person there had paid thousands of dollars to have her amalgam fillings replaced!!

Plaintain is found all over the world, and is one of the most abundant and accessible medicinal herbs.This powerful herb keeps on astounding me as I see the wonderful results that occur with my patients.

Broadleaf plantain is one of the most abundant and widely distributed broad-spectrum medicinal herbs in the world [2] a characteristic it shares with it's close relative narrow-leafed plantain.

It is very effective used externally as a tincture or poutice applied to wounds, stings, and sores in order to inhibit infection and and accelerate healing.

It is an important component in our C-mix anti-cancer tincture.

Internally it is very helpful for a host of conditions [3] [4] including many skin disorders such as dermatitis, menopausal discomfort, burns, diarrhea, inflammation, infection, kidney and bladder problems, blood poisoning, hemorrhoids, ringworm toothache, tuberculosis, syphilis .............

Broadleaf plantain is also a highly nutritious edible plant with generous amounts of calcium and vitamins A, C, and K. The young leaves can be eaten raw in salads while they are tender but once they mature they are best boiled in stews or steamed.

It has a close relative, Narrow leaved Plantain which is so similar in it's characteristics that we combine the 2 when we make our Plantain Tea and Tincture.


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References

 [#]SourceTitle and link to resource if available
[1]  WikipediaRibwort
[2]  WikipediaPlantago major
[3]  SusunweedPlantain - First Aid in Your Backyard
[4]  Herbal LegacyPLANTAIN
[5]  kingdomPlantae.netCommon Plantain
[6]  Jim Duke’s Farmacy - USDAPhytochemical and Ethnobotanical Databases
[7]  GreenMedInfoPlantain
[8]  WellnessmamaHerb Profile: Plantain
[9]  WikipediaPlantago lanceolata
[10]  The Australian Naturopathic NetworkPlantago lanceolata
[11]  Duke, James (2001)Handbook of Edible Weeds (ISBN 9780849329463)
[12]  Natuurlijkerwijs.comPlantain (Greater or Common)
[13]  Pacific Island Ecosystems at Risk (PIER)Plantago lanceolata
[14]  Pacific Island Ecosystems at Risk (PIER)Plantago major
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