|Used for asthma, dysentery, painful urinary dysfunction, infections, abscesses and more.|
Modern medicine uses Honeysuckle Lonicera caprifolium in much the same way as it was used traditionally: Honeysuckle leaves are used as a mouthwash or gargle for gum issues and sore throats; Honeysuckle flowers are used to relax the airways, providing relief from asthma. Chinese used the Lonicera japonica variety of Honeysuckle for a wider range of ailments.
Research has shown honeysuckle possesses an antibacterial action that can successfully combat both staphylococcus bacteria and streptococcus bacteria. Honeysuckle was also shown in medical research to have some efficacy protecting the lungs results from the debilitating effects of TB (tuberculosis).
The Chinese also traditionally used Honeysuckle for swellings or abscesses, especially in the eyes, throat, breasts and internally. It has also been used for fevers, wind sensitivities, migraines and sore throats. Honeysuckle, with the Chinese characteristics of chilly and sweet, is also useful in cases of dysentery and painful urinary tract problems.
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