Kelp ( Ascophyllum nodosum ) is conventionally grown in France
Black Tang, Bladder Fucus, Cutweed, Fucus, Kelp Ware, Sea Wrack
Cautions please be aware that herbs, although natural can interact with certain medications, and that they may be ill advised to use under certain health conditions. Please consult a qualified health practitioner for cautions pertinent to you.
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Action: alterative [an agent capable of favorably altering or changing unhealthy conditions of the body and tending to restore normal bodily function, usually by improving nutrition], anti-fat, deobstruent [an agent that clears away obstructions by opening the natural passages of the body]
Brain and Nervous System Conditions - sustains the nervous system and the brain
Female Conditions - excellent boost for pregnancy and the developing fetus
Genitourinary Conditions - influences the kidneys
Glandular Conditions - goiter, obesity (particularly associated with an under-active thyroid gland), scrofula, strengthens and promotes the glands, stimulates activity in the thyroid gland
Inflammatory Conditions - arthritis, rheumatism
Metabolic Conditions - regulates metabolism
Other - diseases of the hips, joints and bones in children
Externally it may be applied as a poultice for: arthritis, enlarged or hardened glands, rheumatism
Externally the leaves were applied to: burns, scalds
or chewed for: bleeding gums