What is khella used for?
Khella is used for respiratory conditions including asthma, bronchitis, cough, and whooping cough.
Is khella good for kidney stones?
Khella has traditionally been used for the management of vitiligo, psoriasis, kidney and urinary stones, diabetes, asthma, and urinary tract infections. It is also a potent coronary vasodilator with antispasmodic effects, making it useful in treating angina.
What is khella in medicine?
Khella is a plant. The dried, ripe fruit is used to make medicine. People commonly prepare an “extract” by removing khellin, one of the active chemicals in khella, and dissolving it in a liquid that is then used as medicine. Khella is less commonly prepared as a tea.
What is the use of Ammi Visnaga?
Ammi visnaga is a widely distributed Ancient Egyptian medicinal plant used for treatment of several diseases including urolithiasis (kidney stones). The active chemical constituents’ khellin and visnagin obtained from the A. visnaga seeds have activity of antilithiogenic and pleiotropic.
Where is khella found?
(Visnaga daucoides Gaertn., Family Apiaceae), also known as Khella Baldi or toothpick weed, is an annual or biennial herb indigenous to the Mediterranean region of North Africa, Asia, and Europe. The plant is known to have been used in traditional medicine a long time ago.
What is khella oil?
The Khella Essential Oil (Ammi visnaga) is certified organic, 100% pure and natural. It is obtained by steam distillation of the seed. This plant is cultivated in Morocco. This organic essential oil is a HEBBD oil (Botanically and Biochemically Defined Essential Oil).
Is Ammi Visnaga poisonous?
Is Ammi majus poisonous? Ammi majus can be toxic.
Is Ammi Visnaga good for vitiligo?
Similia’s Ammi Visnaga Dilution is effective remedy for Vitiligo internally and externally.
Where does Ammi Visnaga grow?
Ammi visnaga is a species that belongs to the carrot family and is native to Europe, Asia and North Africa. This annual or biennial herb has been traditionally used as a medicinal plant but is now grown by gardeners for its airy clouds of lacy flowers and attractive foliage.
What is the difference between Ammi Majus and Ammi Visnaga?
Ammi Majus, has a wispy white lacy flower similar to Queen Annes Lace. Ammi Visnaga has a more solid and larger flower with a rounded top and a green tinge in the blooms, especially when immature. Both plants are members of the carrot family, Daucus carota.