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Latin name: Phytolacca americana Synonyms: Phytolacca decandra Family: Phytolaccaceae (Pokeweed Family) Medicinal use of Pokeweed: Pokeweed has a long history of medicinal use, being employed traditionally in the treatment of diseases related to a compromised immune system. The plant has an interesting chemistry and it is currently (1995) being ...

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Phytolacca americana, also known as American pokeweed, pokeweed, poke sallet, or poke salad, is a poisonous, herbaceous perennial plant in the pokeweed family Phytolaccaceae growing up to 8 ft (2.4m) in height. It has simple leaves on green to red or purplish stems and a large white taproot.

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Health benefits and medicinal uses of pokeberry. The berries of Phytolacca Americana are very interesting, as they contain medicinal compounds and fewer toxins than other parts of the herb, with the exception of their seeds. The truth is that this plant, when properly used, is both effective and safe.

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Phytolacca yields its virtue to water and alcohol. The leaves and berries possess some medicinal activity, but the root is the part principally used. This root loses its medicinal properties with age, consequently only recent material should be used for making the fluid preparations.

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Pokeweed leaves and roots have been used in folk medicine for the treatment of chronic rheumatism and arthritis, and as an emetic and purgative.3 The plant has also been used to treat edema4 skin cancers, catarrh, dysmenorrhea, mumps, ringworm, scabies, tonsillitis, and syphilis. Poke greens, the young immature leaves, are commercially canned ...

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/ Pokeweed: Poison, Edible, Medicinal & Other Uses. Pokeweed: Poison, Edible, Medicinal & Other Uses. March 2, 2016 by Mike 4 Comments. Pokeweed, Phytolacca americana, is a poisonous plant but if it is prepared properly it can be edible. It has been used by both American Indian’s and in western herbal medicine as an emetic, cathartic ...

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Use of pokeroot to treat serious conditions such as lymphedema, testicular inflammation, ovarian pain, or as an alterative for cancer, should be medically supervised. External use of the tincture for skin conditions should be only be attempted by those who are very knowledgeable in the use of herbal medicine. Mountain Rose Herbs (04-15-2010)

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A series of murine interleukin molecules which stimulate both murine and human lymphocytes. I. Production by Phytolacca americana (pokeweed) lectin 2 (Pa-2)-stimulated thymus and thymus-derived cells.

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Phytolacca americana is a PERENNIAL growing to 2 m (6ft) by 1.5 m (5ft) at a fast rate. It is hardy to zone (UK) 4 and is not frost tender. It is in flower from August to September, and the seeds ripen from September to November. The species is hermaphrodite (has both male and female organs). Suitable for: light (sandy), medium (loamy) and heavy (clay) soils.

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Poke weed Edible and Herbal Uses. Pokeweed is edible when cooked properly, and also used as a medicinal herb. The young shoots are boiled in two changes of water and taste similar to asparagus and known as "Poke Salet" - not Poke Salad as it is commonly called.