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Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis (Elsevier, 2002), Azza M el-Shafae en Maher M El-Domiaty. Departement Pharmacognocy, University of Zagazig, Egypt. Recent clinical studies demonstrated the use of diosmin and hesperidine for the treatment of venous leg ulcer and hemorrhoid, as chemopreventitive agents in urinary-bladder and colon carcinogenesis.


The Physiomedical Dispensatory, 1869. William Cook, MD. Its action on the urinary organs is most favorable in chronic rh of the bladder; in sub- congested conditions of the prostate, with gummy discharges and aching through the penis; and in recent gleet or old gonorrhea


The Physiomedical Dispensatory, 1869. William Cook, MD. It is also of service in those forms of spermatorrhea where the seminal discharges are thin, and a feeling of impotence is invading the parts


Scottish Medial Journal, 1998. D Simpson, Dept of Clinical Biochemistry, The Royal Infirmary, Edinburgh. Buchu, South Africa's Amazing Herbal Remedy. The medicinal properties of buchu were first discovered by the Khoikhoi who used the leaves for treating wounds, stomach complaints, rheumatism and diseases of the bowels and bladders.


Scottish Medial Journal, 1998. D Simpson, Dept of Clinical Biochemistry, The Royal Infirmary, Edinburgh. Buchu, South Africa’s Amazing Herbal Remedy. Buchu has been used for almost every disease which afflicts mankind


ulwazi lwemvelo - indigenous knowledge in south Africa: Buchu has been widely used for the treatment of kidney and urinary tract diseases. It is applied locally to bruises and rheumatic pains. Leaves are chewed to relieve stomach complaints. Infusions are used against fever, tiredness and congestion of the chest, and to strengthen the body.


Dr Jan van Elfen http://www.landbou.com/LandbouWeekblad: Dit was dan ook gou 'n gesogte en veelsydige medisyne onder die setlaars, verál vir maag- en blaasaandoenings, maar ook vir kopseer, griep en koorsbestryding ...


King's American Dispensatory, 1898. H W Felter & J U Lloyd. It is principally used in chronic diseases of the urino-genital organs, as in cases of chronic inflammation of the mucous membrane of the bladder, irritable conditions of the urethra, in urinary discharges with increased deposit of uric acid, and in incontinence connected with diseased prostate


The American Eclectic Materia Medica and Therapeutics, 1898. John M. Scudder, M. D. It is useful in diseases of the genito-urinary organs with excessive irritation and undue and altered secretions from the urethral glands


The American Eclectic Materia Medica and Therapeutics, 1898. John M. Scudder, M. D. In rh of the bladder, especially such as results from gonorrhea or irritant injections used in its treatment this remedy is very valuable.


The American Eclectic Materia Medica and Therapeutics, 1898. John M. Scudder, M. D. In long-standing cases of irritability of the bladder, and when the patient can not hold his urine use the following. This acts as an astringent, tonic and diuretic.


The American Eclectic Materia Medica and Therapeutics, 1898. John M. Scudder, M. D. It removes chronic irritation and increases tone. It may be used with good results in atonic dyspepsia. The infusion is a good remedy in dysmenorrhoea, amenorrhoea and leucorrhoea.


The Physiomedical Dispensatory, 1869. William Cook, MD. Among difficulties where it will occasionally give relief, may be named inability to retain urine in consequence of a congested prostate


Buchu is given to pigeons before racing as a tonic to enhance performance.


The Khoi considered buchu to aid longevity. Modern research indicates that inflammation causes various illnesses and hastens ageing and associated diseases. Buchu leaves are a natural anti-inflammatory.


5 Bales of buchu was on the cargo manifest of the RMS Titanic.


An infusion of buchu leaves are excellent to prevent the the after effects of drinking and dining. Best to have a cup before the party, but afterwards will also do.


Flavonoids are plant chemicals that have protective and disease preventative properties. Buchu contains diosmin, hesperidin, quercitin and rutin.


Buchu leaves are well-known sweepers or natural detox agents. Together with water they cleanse and flush the body on the inside and rid it of surplus water and toxins.


The British Pharmaceutical Codex, 1911. Council of the Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain. - Buchu is antiseptic and slightly diuretic; it is used principally in inflammatory conditions of the urinary organs as cystitis, pyelitis, vesical irritation, and gonorrhea


Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis (Elsevier, 2002), Azza M el-Shafae en Maher M El-Domiaty. Departement Pharmacognocy, University of Zagazig, Egypt. Diosmin is the major active constituent of Buchu leaf (Barosma Betulina) which was introduced in Europe early in the 19th century as a diuretic and as a urinary antiseptic


Diosmin is the major active constituent of Buchu leaf (Barosma Betulina) which was introduced in Europe early in the 19th century as a diuretic and as a urinary antiseptic Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis (Elsevier, 2002), Azza M el-Shafae en Maher M El-Domiaty. Departement Pharmacognocy, University of Zagazig, Egypt.


Diosmin and its flavanone analog hesperidin, are common flavonoids in Ruticeae plants. Both flavonoids are widely used for their phlebotonic and antioxidant properties and as vascular protectors

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