Vitis Vinifera. The leaves of the English Vine being boiled, make a good lotion for sore months; boiled with barley meal into a poultice, it cools inflammations of wounds. The ashes of the burnt branches will make teeth black as a coal, to be as white as snow, used every morning.

GRAPES, the fruit of the Vine, are the most wholesome of fruits, containing much sugar, vegetable jelly, and mucilage, the characteristic tartaric acid in combination with potassa, gluten. on which depends its property of ready fermentation.

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This page and the rest of the encyclopedia of medicinal herbs was reproduced from old herbals written in the 1700 and 1800s. They are of historical interest to show the traditional uses of various herbs based on folk medicine and ancient wisdom. However the traditional uses for these herbs have not been confirmed by medical science and in some cases may actually be dangerous. Do not use the these herbs for any use, medicinal or otherwise, without first consulting a qualified doctor.

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