Thursday , July 22 2021

Sida

There are over 200 different varieties of plants in the Sida genus, all of which produce flowers. In the United States they are located in the Southwest, the lower half of the Great Plains, the Southeast, Mideast, and New England. A plant in the Sida genus is sometimes called a fanpetal, and they are spread worldwide in mainly tropical and subtropics regions.
Only a couple of the Sida’s have undergone research as to their application for natural antibiotic purposes, however many different plants in the Sida genus have been used in medicine throughout the world for many years.
Sida’s are fairly common and many of them are considered weeds. The ones that have been researched the most are Sida acuta, Sida cordifolia, Sida rhombifolia, Sida spinosa, and Sida tiagii. With continued research hopefully it is discovered that many other Sida plants have similar healing properties. If this occurs, because of the widespread access to Sida plants, it might be one of the most important natural antibiotics to cure disease.
Plants in the Sida genus have many different healing properties. They have been used to treat tuberculosis, staph infections, infected wounds, cancer of the blood, and anemia. Sida is active against bacterium such as herpes, listeria, and salmonella as well.
Most of the Sida plants can be used to cure the same conditions, but it’s recommended that you find Sida acuta to use as a natural antibiotic if you can. You can make Sida
tinctures yourself by harvesting the plant and preparing it, or you can buy your Sida online.
If you plan to find Sida yourself or have it growing in your backyard, it’s best to make it into a tea or tincture. You can also turn it into powder, which is great to apply to skin infections, or into a capsule if you don’t enjoy the taste. You can take the whole plant including the roots to turn into medicine or you can just use the leaves.
To relieve your skin of an infection or to heal eczema, apply the powder on your skin as often as necessary. You can drink Sida tea up to 10 times daily to treat anemia, diarrhea, dysentery, fevers, and cancer of the blood or drink a cup or two daily to prevent disease. Once the tea cools you can also use it to cure eye infections.
A few warnings about Sida: Women who are trying to get pregnant should not use Sida as it acts as a natural contraceptive. It’s suggested that you contact your doctor if you are pregnant or want to become pregnant before using the Sida plant. Sida also contains ephedrine, however it’s in a very lose dosage that isn’t harmful unless you’re taking other ephedrine products. Sida is also hypoglycemic so if you’re diabetic it might affect your medication. Check your blood sugar and be aware of any changes that Sida causes.
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