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 Watercress

Early settlers brought watercress to America because anti-scurvy properties. Watercress was later identified as rich in vitamin C. As the Latin words nasus tortus, or "twisted nose," Watercress gives off a pungent odor that makes the nose wrinkle. The leaves and edible seedpods have a sharp, peppery taste, accounts for watercress's longtime popularity as a salad watercress is a succulent, aquatic perenial. This evergreen thrives in clear cold water, where it dense masses along the edges of slow-moving streams. collecting Watercress, be sure to gather only the watercress the poisonous water hemlocks, which somewhat resemble the carrot plant, often grow nearby. The watercress usually and floats on top of the water and is distinguishable from nearby plants.  more 

Watercress  is used for:

Acne
Anemia  
Arthritis 
Athletic aid
Bladder infection
Cancer
 
Cramps
Chronic fatigue syndrome
Cysts 
Digestion
Eczema 
Edema 
Endurance
Energy 
Fibromyalgia 
Gall stones 
Heart disease 
Indigestion

Kidney disease 
Kidney stones
Lactation 
Liver disease 
Lungs 
Mental disorders
Nervous problems 
Rheumatism
Rheumatoid arthritis 
Sport's performance
Stamina 
Stress 
Tuberculosis 
Tumors 
Urinary infection 
Uterine cysts 
Water retention
Vaginitis

image watercress herb Herbal & Nutritional Products with Watercress

Genesis Liquid herbal formula with Watercress and other herbs for healing all over the body and is very good for the bladder, kidneys, liver, and other organs for children and adults.
 
Dr. Mark Crapo - "As a specialist in herbal medicine, and having studied world religions for years, I have a special interest in what the sacred scriptures say regarding natural nutrition. The answers have now become Symmetry's newest product, Genesis - the scriptural solution to health - for yesterday, today, and tomorrow!"

On the American continent, Coronado during his explorations, found the herb watercress growing in abundance near the Gila river in Arizona The native Indians reportedly used Watercress for both liver and kidney troubles and to dissolve gallstones. Watercress is strongly alkaline due to its high potassium content. It is useful in treating acidity and purifying the blood. Watercress aids arthritis and rheumatism and clears up acne spots. Watercress is high in vitamin C content and therefore, was extensively used to prevent scurvy in the last century Watercress is literally a store house natural vitamins, minerals and trace elements

Watercress is used to treat water retention, mucus in the lungs, and indigestion. The herb is also used to help stimulate the metabolism and promote bile production as well. Watercress helps increase blood circulation and increases energy.

The herb has also been used to aid with urinary infections and bladder problems. It helps promote kidney function. It also helps with heart disease by relieving fluid retention problems. 

It is also used by people who want to increase their physical endurance and stamina for either normal activities or sport's performance. 

Watercress is also known as:

Nasturtium officinale, Scurvy Grass

 

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